I need to know what kind of inner cabinet (carcass) framing support, I need , for installing under mount drawer slides. I think I can make a reasonab ly standard drawer, with these uneven boards, but I'm not sure how the slid es would be mounted/supported, on the interior of the carcass.
Does anyone have a pic of the interior support "system" of a cabinet for un dermount slides? .... so I can get some idea of an appropriate support syst em.
I haven't found a pic, online, of the interior of a carcass, but I may not know what I am suppose to be, specifically, looking for.... in other words, I'm confused with online pics.
Do you need pics of my cabinet, before recommending/suggesting anything, to know what I'm trying to describe? The cabinet is not assembled, yet, but I think I can do a reasonable dry fit, for you get a better idea of what I 'm working with..... what I might best need to construct. Does this make sense?
I should be ready to assemble the carcass in a few days, and I need to cons truct this support/inner-framing, as/before I complete the carcass assembly .
I haven't shopped for slides, yet, and I suppose I need to decide what slid es to use, before considering/building their support system. The lower cab inet will have a large/long bottom drawer (I assume 3 slides for a 45"W X 5 "H X 20"D) and above this drawer will be two smaller drawers (two slides ea ch, 20"W X 5"H X 20"D). The smaller drawers might require a load of 6-8 bo xes of shotgun shells (30 lbs?) each, and the larger drawer might require a load of 100lbs(?, probably an over estimation).
More so than normal load, I suspect the drawers and slides would suffer mor e from the rough (often time, inconsiderate) handling/usage, by my nephews, the older kids, guests, and other drunk fools that, sometimes, come around , so whatever slide support, I need, may need to be beefier than normal.