Mission Camp Door

  • Beautiful Mortise & Tenon Joinery
  • Elegant Styling
  • Solid Hardwood Construction
  • Fully Custom
  • Hand Crafted in USA
  • Factory Direct
  • Expert Customer Support

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2 Material
3 Thickness
4 Width   "
5 Length   "
6 Finish
7 JambType
8 Casing

1 3/8" X 32" X 80" Mission Camp Door In Poplar. Unfinished)

Premium Quality Mahogany Mission Doors

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Factory Painting Available

Whether you are building an sliding partion for you living room, or an elegant room divider for a concert hall, Estate Millwork pocket doors are the best on the market. Each door is custom built to your exact specifications, and you can select from a wide variety of door species, panel styles, or even louvers. There are to-of-the-line pocket doors, made with the pre-ware joinery techniques that have created some of the finest homes in Ammerica. Estate Millwork doors are not flimsy, are not made with veneers and particle cores, are not formed from MDF or any of the other modern consturction techniques that result in doors that are hideous.

Interior and Exterior

Estate Millwork can offer paint grade doors painted in your desired color, ready for installation. We also offer a factory priming service as well as a staining and finishing service for selected jobs. Our pocket doors ship direct to you from our factory with no middle man. You get the best possible price for the best possible pocket door.

Wooden Doors Fabricated from Premium Lumber Grades

Solid Wood Doors Built with Premium Grade Lumber

Stain Grade Lumber

For our louvered door products ordered in stain grade, we use FAS clear hardwood grades for both domestic and imported lumber. For projects requiring environmentally sensitive grades, we also offer FSC certification when required. We procure all of our lumber electronically, and order only the FAS clear grades. Additionally, we pre-select and inspect each shipment of lumber, and moisture check to insure that it meets our 8% standard. And as part of our routine quality process, each board from a unit of lumber is inspected as part of our quality lovered door manufacturing process.

Paint Grade Lumber

Even our economical paint grade louvered doors are manufactured from FAS grade lumber. The FAS specification controls the type of defects that are permitted, including knots, which we exclude from our paint grade products. However, features that would be considered defects in stain grade products -- color streaks, mineral discoloration etc, are not pertinent in paint grade. Typically, we use Poplar and occasionally Oak and Soft Maple for our paint grade products.

Color and Grain Matching

For high end louvered doors, we can offer a pre-selection service whereby all of the lumber required for the entire louvered door job is picked, inspected, and designated to be assembled as a unit at one time, which often results in boards from the same tree ending up in the same door for maximum consistency. When specified we can also book match raised panels and flat panels when used in our louvered doors.

Milling and Sawing Specifications

For our highly discriminating louvered door customers, we can offer our various hardwood species to be sawn in certain way, to emphasize a desirable feature of the wood. If required, the door material can be specified as flat-sawn, quarter-sawn, rift-sawn or ribbon sawn. Talk with your Estate Millwork louvered door specialist to inquire about adding these specifications to your order.

Top Quality and Elegant Custom Wood Doors

Estate Millwork creates each custom wood door from your detailed specifications. We use premium materials, state of the art equipment, and an experienced, quality oriented staff to produce our doors. We follow each of the steps below to produce the finest wooden doors on the market.

Hand Selection and Inspection of Materials

Our lumber procurement process is computer driven so that we are sure to be getting the best possible price on the highest quality materials. Once your order is "green-lighted" for production in our plant, the lumber demand is compared to our shop inventory and automatic replenishment orders are placed if necessary. When production begins on each custom door, the material is hand selected and the best of our high quality stock is used for the solid stiles of the doors. Louvers and rails are generally selected from the same lot of material to afford the best match, within the natural variation of hardwoods.

Precision Ripping of Rails and Stiles

We minimize the costs of our high quality products by maximizing the yield on the rough lumber. Once the lumber of the appropriate thickness has been selected, it is passed through our ripping department where a specialized gang rip saw is used to get the maximum yield from each board. Our operators are trained to reject defective materials either during the selection process or during the sawing process, as some defects are latent and are not visible until the board is "opened up".

Hand Jointing of All Door Components

The next step is to hand joint each rough sawn board to get a true flat edge, and to relieve any internal stress in the solid wood. This is a step that is skipped by many modern door manufactures, but one that we believe is so important that we honor the tradition. Our most skilled craftsmen in the plant are responsible for this function which requires judgement, precision and experience. Lower quality door manufacturers skip this step, or use particle cores and veneers to fake the look of a real door. But by hand jointing each board, we insure that every other step in the process is operating on a flat, smooth board, and that the door will remain stable for its lifetime.

Precision moulding of all door components

Once the rails and stiles have been ripped to width and jointed on one face, we process them through a 5 headed moulder which reduces the wooden door components (rails, stiles, louvers) to their final cross sectional dimensions and profiles. We offer 3 stock louver sizes, but can customize them to any other size or profile. Again, at this phase, parts are inspected for defects to make sure that the final piece meets our high standards

Precision CNC Machining of Mortises, Tenons and Louver Slots

Because we do not cut corners, we also use old fashioned, but time tested joinery. Our doors are held together with true mortise and tenon joints, rather than the cheaper, less time consuming and lower quality options of dowels, screws, or biscuits. Our mortise and tenon joints are so precise and tight fitting that gluing the doors is not even necessary, they hold themselves together. Our CNC eqiupment is accurate to .001 inch, and is automatically programmed by our advanced plant management system that monitors your order as it proceeds through each department. Our CNC operators are highly skilled and go through a year of specialized on the job training where they learn the safe operation of the equipment, and advanced techniques like radius and pattern machining.

Hand Assembly by Experienced Craftsmen

Once all of the custom door parts are completely machined, they are pre-sanded and then hand assembled by a team of meticulous craftsmen. On fixed louver doors, the louvers are hand beveled and inserted into the deep seat louver mortises in the stiles, and then the entire door is clamped in a clamping system while the pegs are drilled into the tenons. Operable Louver doors are assembled in a similar fashion, where each louver is set in a nylon bushing for maximum life, and a custom louver rod is attached to the louvers to give trouble free, friction free operation for many years.

Machine Sanding to tolerance

Once the door has been completely assembled, it goes through our machine sanding department -- giant sanders big enough to sand garage doors are used for multiple passes to bring the surfaces to their final dimensions and grit. In most cases our doors are machine sanded to 150 which removes most visible roughness.

Hand Sanding.

The final step in our process is the hand sanding of the doors to break edges, and to finish sand areas that are not sanded by the machine process. Our finishers are the best in the business and during this phase, they carefully inspect the finished product and either prepare it for paint or stain, or carefully pack the door for shipment.


Mahogany, a Hallmark of Fine Work

Mahogany Wood Grain

When Mahogany first became popular in the western world, it was exclusively sourced Central and South America, but as supply began to dwindle due to poor logging practices, manufacturers began to search for alternatives. Today we find Mahogany still as a primary species used in fine furniture making but also so much more. Mahogany is a great exterior wood option as it is much lighter weight than many of its comtemport counterparts. Its stability makes it a great option for windows and doors and the clear quality and easy workability of the species makes for outstanding millwork where find details are needed.

Mahogany is an outstanding wood to work with and has experienced recent popularity as an exterior wood, it is used extensively by window and door manufacturers due to its exceptional moisture and rot resistance. Many cabinet and furniture makers prize the wood not only for its durability, but also for its ease of machining and its deep, rich color. As it was hundreds of years ago Mahogany still remains a hallmark of fine work.


MaterialMahoganyPremium FAS Clear GradeRot Resistant, Insect Resistant Premium Exterior Lumber
Joinery3/4" X 3"True Mortise & Tenon,Strongest solid wooden joint
Frame Thickness1 3/8 "Solid WoodRigid Integrity
Stile Width5 "Hand JointedVertical Stability
Base Rail10 "BalanceArchitecturally Correct
Crown Rail5 "BalanceHistorically Accurate
Flat Panels.75 " ThickSpline Jointed, Grain Reversed 2 X the glue surface and strength
FinishMachine Sand 120, Hand Sanded 150Drum,Edge & Palm sandedTop quality hand finish
PackingFoam Wrapped in Custom Built Carton1/8" Foam, 3/16 Trim Sheet 100lbProtection against damage in transit.
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