Here are some picture samples.
East wall kitchen.png
East Kitchen wall, pretty close to final result. Lower right hand
"blind cabinet" as normally designed
Door shown could be hinged right or left but the actual door opening
would be a maximum of 20 inches on a 48" cabinet.
Stove on left limits swing, dishwasher not shown limits the door
opening as well, and although it could be hinged for a 105 deg swing
the stile plus the spacer plate on the ff limit the access.
rough idea for sliding door. It would fit flush with the FF and look
like a normal full inset door. The right stile of the door would be
extra wide so as to act as a space where the dishwasher spacer meets
up with it, (a slight gap between the two) This way the door can slide
all the way to the right for full or maximum opening.
Right behind the ff would be the normal brackets for the drawers that
slide from the hidden part into the cabinet you would have normal
Sliding door top.png
Shows a "T" inserted into the door frame. While it shows as about 3/4
the length of the door, I would actually make it in two pieces so as
to minimize any drag when opening of closing. The brown colored piece
is screw to the top of the frame so it can be removed for any reason,
mainly for installation or removal of door once in place.
Sliding door bottom.png
Shows the bottom of the door with a straight insert. It two can be in
two pieces and the amount extruding from the door is shallower than
the groove of the bottom rail. It will allow for stuff falling into it
without jamming the door, and should be vacuumed out periodically.
Slides are none reacting SS or a polymer (slicker than snot plastic)
both top and bottom. with the edges filed at an angle / or \ slightly
to allow easy movement.
Idea is mine, not for resale, but for usage by all who have helped me,
if you find it has any use for you.