I asked a follow-up in the (very deep) Domino drawer thread but nobody
answered so I'll try a new one and see if that was 'cuz nobody had any
better ideas or just got overlooked there.
Am refacing cabinets in kitchen that built in place 30+ yr ago for the
folks (we're located here now, not that it really matters).
The drawers are 7/16" oak side material w/ an overlaid front that was
just a butt/rabbet glued at the time and Dad used the inexpensive (ok,
they're cheap) center undermount slides. I'd like something that is a
little better feel if there is something; at worst a new set of the
same/similar would help.
I'm going w/ inset doors/drawer fronts instead of half-lip on the remake
and was planning on cutting off the existing drawer fronts and cutting
the dovetails in the existing sides for new fronts.
The problem is that there's insufficient clearance for side mounts and I
don't want/can't afford to give up the depth in the smaller drawers to
go w/ the fancy Blum or similar good undermounts.
Is there any other choice anybody knows of or a better quality version
of the center under-mount that has better rollers, etc, so feels a
little better action?
Otherwise, I could fit as if were doing a dresser drawer w/ thin UMHF
slides and dovetail guide system but that also is a fair amount of time...
Anyways, just asking for other idears, if any...