Mitered Cabinet Doors
Mitered Cabinet Doors offer elegant design, detailed profiles, and outstanding craftsmanship. They add beauty and class to kitchen cabinets, free-standing furniture, and custom built-ins. Customers also use Mitered doors to create custom projects like mirror and picture frames, appliance panels, and more.
These doors are beautiful, but building them in a cabinet shop can be an expensive and tedious task. As a result, more cabinet shops are choosing to outsource their mitered doors. WalzCraft takes pride in offering Mitered doors with quality and options that are second to none.
Product Education for Mitered Cabinet Doors
Mitered Cabinet Door & Drawer Front Construction
WalzCraft’s high-quality standards are easy to recognize in the construction of Mitered Cabinet Doors. Using a True-Blind Mortise & Tenon Joint offers strength while avoiding any exposed end-grain at the corners. Custom-designed, fully integrated male and female cuts ensure maximum glue adhesion and tight joints. Custom spacers hold a floating center panel in place and prevent it from feeling loose. This method also allows for the expansion and contraction of the wood. Clamps hold the doors together until the glue sets, avoiding the need for pins. In addition, Door assemblers take care to ensure precise, smooth joints throughout the clamping process. This process helps to ensure that all Mitered doors maintain a clean look and perfect joint alignment.
Mitered Cabinet Door & Drawer Front Styles
The type and number of center panels define the style of the Mitered Door or drawer front. We offer an assortment of single and multiple panel door styles. Panel options include Solid Wood Raised and Reversed Center Panels, 1/4″ Veneered Flat Center Panels, or Glass.
Mitered Stile & Rail Profiles
WalzCraft offers hundreds of standard Mitered profiles for use with our Mitered Cabinet Doors. Mitered Profiles and Construction provide many designs that are not possible with our Traditional Mortise & Tenon Construction.
Each Mitered Profile is available in several different widths and grouped into a family. Profile families simplify selection when ordering a variety of door and drawer front sizes. Additional design options include mitered profiles with applied molding or profiles that simulate the look of inset doors, like our S328 Barrington design.
With such an extensive selection of profiles, homeowners are sure to find a Mitered Door to fit their taste. Above all, our quality and craftsmanship will ensure that our doors exceed your expectations not only upon installation but after years of use as well. Contact a WalzCraft Customer Support Specialist to discuss your Mitered Door needs.
Mitered Door Profile Types
MP700 Series Profiles
WalzCraft’s MP700 Series Mitered Profile Designs utilize a fully molded profile to create the Mitered Cabinet Door frame. A single pass through the router cuts the entire profile. Many of the MP700 profiles have an elliptical or contoured design that is not available with traditional mortise and tenon construction.
MP700 Stile & Rail widths are only available in the sizes shown, where the Stiles & Rails of a door must be the same profile and width.
These profiles also include an integrated Outside Edge detail and are only available as shown.
MP600/MP6000 Series Profiles
WalzCraft’s MP600 / MP6000 Series Mitered Profile Designs have added flexibility that is not possible with the MP700 Series profiles. For example, you can choose from a large variety of standard Outside Edge Profiles, including WalzCraft’s ME500 Series Molder Outside Edges. The ME500 Edges are only available with the MP600 Series profiles. Another flexible option is the ability to customize the width of the Stiles & Rails, as long as all outside Stiles & Rails of a door are the same width.
Note: When requiring different widths of Stiles & Rails on a single door, many of the MP600 Series Mitered Profiles can be used with a French Miter construction, complementing the rest of the Mitered Doors on the project.
MP900 Series Profiles
WalzCraft also offers the MP900 Series “Old World” Mitered Profiles. The MP900 Series utilizes the same construction method as the MP700 Series but in a 1” thickness.
Center Panel Profiles
Center Panel profile options are available in a range of designs from subtle and classic to innovative and creative. Most center panels are 3/8″ or 3/4″ thick solid wood or MDF, and are available in “Traditional” Raised Panel, Recessed Raised Panel, and Reversed Solid Center Panel (PR324-RVSCP).
Most Raised Panel profile designs are available in different reveal widths to satisfy both your design and functional needs. A common functional example is when the height of your drawer front does not allow for the use of a wider reveal profile used on a door. In most cases, you would choose a center panel profile from the same Design Family that has a smaller reveal or choose to use our Reversed (Flat) Solid Wood Panel (PR324-RVSP).
Outside Edge Profiles
For all 600 & 6000 Series Mitered Stile & Rail Profiles, you have the option to use any of WalzCraft’s Standard Outside Edge, Applied Molding Outside Edge, or Molder Edge (ME) Profiles.
Mitered Cabinet Door Design Enhancements
Mitered Cabinet Door Features
The WalzCraft standard is to finish / fladder sand all of its products to at least a 180 grit finish sand. Most WalzCraft doors are orbital sanded on both the front and back sides. All cross grain scratches are removed from the face of each door. Each door is then fladder sanded / denibbed on the front and backsides to remove any raised grain and to lightly break any sharp edges. This results in minimal prep work upon delivery for in house finishing.
All Finish Sanding is included at no additional charge.
Flexible MP600 & MP6000 Width
The following Stile & Rail part sizes for Mitered, French Mitered, and Adventure Series (ASMP) Products will not be subject to additional charges: 1½”, 1¾”, 2″, 2¼”, 2½”, 2¾”, and 3″. Any non-standard miter profile widths that are published in the WalzCraft Specification Catalog are exempt from Non-Standard part size charges.
When placing an order with WalzCraft, you have the option to run the product through the manufacturing process under our (SL) Standard Lead Time Schedule or our (EX) Expedited Schedule.
If WalzCraft makes a mistake on your order we will expedite those items, by producing them on our Expedited Order Schedule. Replacement items are then shipped out to you, via the shipping method originally elected for the order, at no additional charge.
WalzCraft warrants the outside dimensions of all products to be within a size tolerance of +/- 1mm. All component parts of an assembled product will have a size tolerance of +/- 2mm.
If you are interested in seeing a particular door style, wood species, grade or finish color, we suggest ordering a sample that can be taken to your job site. Discounts may be granted on single samples and displays for showrooms. We reserve the right to limit sample and display orders based on your annual purchases.
Our friendly Customer Support Team is available to answer any questions you may have from 7:00 am – 4:30 pm every work day.