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Drawer runners

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  • #552142

    Rowdy Whaleback
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    Hello all,
    I’m thinking about designing a kitchen. I like making Chests of drawers with flush fitting drawer fronts and was wondering if there was a ball bearing slide system that could mount under conventional half lapped dovetail drawers. I have searched t’interweb and found various side and undermounted slides and runners but none that don’t require bringing the mount out to the sides rather than sitting on a wooden frame/runner.
    Do you know of any such product? I’m basically after something that reinforces/replaces the wood to wood slide which for frequent kitchen use may be less convenient.
    First world problems eh?!
    Rowly

    #552149

    harry wheeler
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    They’re called concealed drawer slides Rowly, and I know Rockler has some. I’m sure you can find them from other suppliers as well.

    Harry

    #552258

    Rowdy Whaleback
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    Thanks Harry,
    Thos Go-Ez ones are the nearest to what I’d hoped to find. There are lots of the Blum type but they all appear to need side plate connection to the carcass.
    I will see if I can find a supplier here in the UK.

    #552389

    Daniel Willis
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    Lee Valley has an incredible selection of hardware. Drawer slides included. have a look at their site, you’ll probably find more than what you need.

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