If you’re using a table saw, then you can use a hand saw. (More information at the woodworking tools page; it’s a quick way of getting started.)
If you’re using a drill press you can drill and join, but you will need to measure how far away from the router table you will lay the saw to work.
If you’re using an electric saw and you want to use the router table, then you’ll need to mark where you want the router table to be as long as you drill for it (or the length of a cut) and then mark a line. Measure for the router table so that the length of the saw (or a cut) will line up with the marked marks.
You will need to drill one hole for the router table and another for the hole. Mark those so that you can follow through with the saw and then mark the hole with the router table to help keep your router table aligned.
If you’re using a table saw and just need to use a hand saw or an electric saw, I recommend starting with an electric saw first for the quick starts or quick changes you can make and then using a hand saw later if you need to join that wood later or if you’re a little more experienced.
If you’re using an electric saw, what size hole should I make after I cut my 1-inch diameter board?
There are different sizes to use and they will depend on your desired finish and use of the wood. For the purpose of making the veneer for the door and door frame it’s the smallest size that you need for a very small opening and for a more complex door and door frame you’ll want to make bigger holes in the door frame. So the smallest piece you’ll need is a 1-inch opening.
That leaves you with 8 1/2″ x 8 1/4″ pieces.
Take note of that number. Use one for the veneer, and then take two for the opening that will hold the screws and the door frame.
Now measure the size opening. You can use the 1 1/4″ opening or the more standard 1 1/4″ x .375″ opening (that’s actually the size of some cabinet doors). In either case, measure out how wide the door frame will be. You will want to cut to this width so that it’s as wide as you need to make the frame to fit. Don’t cut too fast.
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