Mitered Glass Ready Cabinet Doors

Our Mitered Cabinet Door Glass Frames are machined to accept your glass. See photos of our Glass Frame machining at the bottom of this page.

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Mitered Glass-ready frames can be ordered in any wood and any size.

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Aspen Cabinet Door | Mitered Glass Cabinet Doors

Product ID : 903 OG
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Bellingham Cabinet Door | Mitered Glass Cabinet Doors

Product ID : 907 OG
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Charleston Cabinet Door | Mitered Glass Cabinet Doors

Product ID : 910 OG
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Connecticut Cabinet Door | Mitered Glass Cabinet Doors

Product ID : 913 OG
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Danish Cabinet Door | Mitered Glass Cabinet Doors

Product ID : 915 OG
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Delaware Cabinet Door | Mitered Glass Cabinet Doors

Product ID : 917 OG
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El Dorado Cabinet Door | Mitered Glass Cabinet Doors

Product ID : 918 OG
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Fallbrook Cabinet Doors | Mitered Glass Cabinet Doors

Product ID : 958 OG
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Frontier Cabinet Doors | Mitered Glass Cabinet Doors

Product ID : 922 OG
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Islander Cabinet Door | Mitered Glass Cabinet Doors

Product ID : 926 OG
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Malibu Cabinet Doors | Mitered Glass Cabinet Doors

Product ID : 930 OG
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Manhattan Cabinet Door | Mitered Glass Cabinet Doors

Product ID : 931 OG
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Mendocino Cabinet Door | Mitered Glass Cabinet Doors

Product ID : 933 OG
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Monaco Cabinet Doors | Mitered Glass Cabinet Doors

Product ID : 935 OG
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Monterey Cabinet Door | Mitered Glass Cabinet Doors

Product ID : 936 OG
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Normandie Cabinet Door | Mitered Glass Cabinet Doors

Product ID : 937 OG
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Pinnacle Cabinet Door | Mitered Glass Cabinet Doors

Product ID : 939 OG
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Ponderosa Cabinet Door | Mitered Glass Cabinet Doors

Product ID : 940 OG
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Ramona Cabinet Door | Mitered Glass Cabinet Doors

Product ID : 942 OG
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Ranchero Cabinet Doors | Mitered Glass Cabinet Doors

Product ID : 943 OG
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Saratoga Cabinet Door | Mitered Glass Cabinet Doors

Product ID : 947 OG
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Sheffield Cabinet Door | Mitered Glass Cabinet Doors

Product ID : 949 OG
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Sheldon Cabinet Doors | Mitered Glass Cabinet Doors

Product ID : 950 OG
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Sunset Cabinet Door | Mitered Glass Cabinet Doors

Product ID : 959 OG
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Vermont Cabinet Door | Mitered Glass Cabinet Doors

Product ID : 954 OG
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Waterford Cabinet Door | Mitered Glass Cabinet Doors

Product ID : 955 OG
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Wilmington Cabinet Door | Mitered Glass Cabinet Doors

Product ID : 956 OG
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Woodhaven Cabinet Door | Mitered Glass Cabinet Doors

Product ID : 957 OG
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Below we explain the difference between Cabinet Doors and Glass-Frame Cabinet Doors:

Glass Frames are cabinet doors without the panel in the center of the door. All cabinet doors can be made in a Glass Frame version, including all of our 5-piece drawer fronts.

When the frame components (the stiles and rails) are machined through a Moulder, the inside detail is given one of hundreds of available stile-cuts, and each of these stile-cuts consists of the stile pattern with a 1/4-inch groove where the door's panel will be installed. The placement of this groove is critical to the door's design and adjusts the face of the raised panel to be exactly flush with the face of the frame. The groove placement also sets the thickness of the flange at the back of the door. This rear flange is designed to securely hold the panel within a raised or inset-panel cabinet door.

This rear flange, which is about 3/16-inch thick is removed on all Glass Frames allowing the glass to be installed from the rear of the completed door.

Whether the Glass Frame is of Cope & Stick or Mitered design determines the method used to convert a standard cabinet door into a glass frame.

Cope & Stick doors have the back flange removed from the rails and the back flange removed from the stiles except where the rails join to the stiles. An example of the differences between a Cope & Stick cabinet door and a Cope & Stick Glass Frame can be seen in this picture.

The Glass Frame is shown at top and the stiles & rails for the panel door is shown below.

Cope & Stick doors and Glass Frames

The design of Mitered Cabinet Doors makes the process of building a Mitered Glass Frame easier than with the traditional Cope & Stick process.

Because the components of the frames in mitered doors meet at a 45-degree angle, instead of the 90-degree angle in Cope & Stick doors, the flange that normally holds the panel can be completely removed from both stiles and rails. This simplifies the process for Mitered Glass Frames and allows for a perfectly square opening in the back of the Glass Frame for the glass to be installed.

An example of the differences between a Mitered cabinet door and a Mitered Glass Frame can be seen in this picture.

The Glass Frame is at top and the stiles & rails for the panel door is shown below.

Differences between Mitered doors and Glass Frames

Notice that on both the Cope & Stick and Mitered stiles and rails that the groove that accepts the panel is placed the

same dimensions from the face and back of the door. This spacing of 400-thousandths inches from the face is standard on every door or frame we produce and is constant on all Cope & Stick and Mitered Cabinet Door and Glass Frame.

Our investment in State-of-the-art, computerized manufacturing machinery allows us to make cabinet doors at a quality level, and a volume not possible from smaller manufacturers. Our high manufacturing volume also provides an economy of scale that allows us to offer superior quality cabinet doors at a cost significantly below other internet sources.

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