Drawer Front Slide Mount

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Drawer Front Slide Mount

Postby FredHirsch » Tue, Feb 23 2010, 9:00PM

Adding a drawer and drawer box V6. Can someone help me understand the Drawer Front Slide Mount and in particular how the hole pattern works. I'm trying to add the Hafele Metal Box with the Front Fixing Bracket but can't seem to understand how that Slide Mount hole pattern works.
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Re: Drawer Front Slide Mount

Postby BEN HOLM » Wed, Feb 24 2010, 12:29AM

I think that this is used if you have a face frame cabinet and use the Slide bracket that mounts to the back of the cabinet (so that the slide only mounts to the face frame and sits in the rear bracket). So the hole pattern would be applied to the back panel. This is how I understand it, but have never used it.
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Re: Drawer Front Slide Mount

Postby FredHirsch » Wed, Feb 24 2010, 10:52AM

Ben,
Thanks for the quick reply. I did an experiment and I'm not seeing the hole patterns on drawer front, face frame or back of the box. Just not sure how this works and not finding any documentation. If this really does put hole pattern on back of drawer face, it would be a real time saver.
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Re: Drawer Front Slide Mount

Postby Sean Jakob » Wed, Feb 24 2010, 1:22PM

Fred
It doesn't put the hole in the back of the drawer for the front fixing bracket, but I sure agree this would save lots of time and frustration if it did.

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Is there a chance that this feature could be added so that not only do you get the slide holes in the carcase, but you also get the front fixing clip hole in the back of the drawer face. Kind of similar to the hinge pattern which drills the hinge plate holes in the carcase and and the hinge holes in the back of the door.

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Re: Drawer Front Slide Mount

Postby FredHirsch » Wed, Feb 24 2010, 2:43PM

Sean,
Thanks for clarifying. I saw the hole pattern option and hoped for the best :D .
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Re: Drawer Front Slide Mount

Postby jason galbraith » Thu, Feb 25 2010, 3:43PM

Sorry to be a squeaky wheel, as i've said it before, but I DESPERATELY NEED THIS FEATURE. Having to manually put in drill holes and constrain them every time i change the height of a draw is maddening and time consuming. You can do dovetails, and put hinge holes in back of doors but not this. Please put it on the high priority list.
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