I normally use a block on the back of the drawer to set the drawer about
1/16th proud of the face, shim the drawer front to correct position, use
double-sided tape to hold in position, then screw from the back. The
over-sized hole is probably a good idea. You can also get drawer-adjust
buttons - little round adjusters with concentric cams that let you make
On Fri, 11 Mar 2005 19:11:23 -0500,
mare*Remove*All*0f*This*I*Hate*Spammersemail@example.com (mare) wrote:
depends on the drawer pulls, if any..
I like to cut the fronts a little over, maybe a couple of plane shavings over,
than drill the holes for the pulls and use the pulls/knobs to hold the faces on
while I'm adjusting the alignment, etc..
The "overhang" is enough to scribe a line for when they're glued on, and a
little "fudge factor" in case one has to slide a little sideways... not that any
of mine ever needed that, of course.. *g*
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