WWGOA GOLD LIVE: Cope and Stile Joints

This WWGOA GOLD LIVE event is all about the router table, cope and stile joints. George Vondriska used a two-piece rail and stile set and shop-made coping sled, while sharing lots of door making secrets along the way, to help you produce perfect cope and stile joints for your next door project.

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34 Responses to “WWGOA GOLD LIVE: Cope and Stile Joints”
  1. Rodney

    I connected, watched the countdown timer to 8:00 p.m. and only see a message on the screen “Waiting for WoodWorkers Guild of America” ???????????????

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  2. John

    In the past, you’ve always been using a Jessem router lift. It appears you now have a new table with a Woodpecker router lift. Is there a reason for the new table and lift?

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    • George Vondriska

      I’ve still got a JessEm table and lift, but am working with the Woodpeckers table as a different brand for my students to see. I’m also working on a router table class, in which students will build a cabinet, that we’ll use the Woodpeckers top and fence for.

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  3. Daniel

    Watching From Tulsa! There’s all kinds of door cutting bit styles available. Generally speaking is it usually necessary to be using two router bits?

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  4. Joel

    Can you use these router bits and these techniques on thicker stock, say for an interior bedroom door?
    Go Badgers

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  5. Rodney

    Your push block works great for short pieces, but won’t work well for pieces which extend beyond the table. ???

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  6. PAUL

    RE: Door dimensions – the height of the door would seem to be easy on the stiles, but how do you figure the length of the rails for the width?

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    • George Vondriska

      The formula for rails is: Width of door – width of two stiles + length of two tongues

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