> "LdB" wrote
> I'll have to decide on side or bottom mount slides. I bought a
> jig for this project. I hadn't concidered using bottom sliders to show
> the woodwork. I suppose that when you do the work you have the right
> show it off.-
> On the practical side, ... just be aware that under mount slide systems
> often require more precision in drawer building.
> IOW, it is good practice to decide upon and buy your slides _before_
> build your drawers, then pay _very_ particular attention to the
> drawer dimensions in the spec sheet.
> A few responses picked up on my interest in a lifetime warranty.
> I build things to last a lifetime and then some. Building to code is
> minimum I will accept.-
> Don't look now, 'building to code' _is_ building to 'minimum
> standards'. :)
> With a bit of maintenance this house will-
> be standing a few hundred years after I'm gone. I intend to build a
> set of
> cupboards that will last as long as the house does. Some of you may
> agree with that philosophy but it has done well for me.-
> You'll do alright then ... I expect all the kitchens I build to outlast
> houses they go in, even though I try to build the houses they go in
> with the
> same attitude that I build the kitchens. :)
> However, don't expect today's buyer to appreciate that philosophy ....
> Karl ...
> Cell 281-414-0127
> Fax 713-664-1393
this is good info thanks for this kind of topic,
Great thing to know about 'busby seo test'
If money is no object, sounds like a plan.
As an alternate, check out the Accuride web site.
(SFWIW, I use their 100 lb, plated steel slides)
Select your slides, then develop a bill of material allowing about
3%-5% for spares.
Find the distributor in your area.
You will probably need a "Company Name" for billing purposes.
Since you have a boat, how about "Keel Haul Marine" or maybe "Kreative
Kitchen Koncepts" or some other creative name.
Pay with cash or credit card, forget a personal check.
Haven't bought any for a while, but best guess is no more than about
SFWIW, I'd buy slides first.
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