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Offset Drawer slides

by zzMan
posted 11-05-2018 01:27 PM


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#1 posted 11-05-2018 02:23 PM

Sure. If the slides don’t stop equally you’ll get some racking when pull out fully which could cause one side to com off the slide..

You can play around with slide lengths to dial that in.

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#2 posted 11-06-2018 03:16 AM

I see no functional problem with them being staggered. It will be necessary to do so in order to access the release catch on the left side when the drawer is opened. The only potential problem I see is if the rear of the drawer is square, then the left rear corner will be unsupported. You can deal with that by keeping the drawer loads light, using heaver duty slides, or by using a longer slide on the left side.

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#3 posted 11-06-2018 03:37 AM

I think the bigger issue is being able to access what you put in the drawers. I think a 45 degree pull out is a better option:

https://www.ckkitchens.com/acatalog/--The-Classic--base-unit-right-hand-pull-out--400mm--full-extension--with-soft-stop--silver-chrome--KBU400FECR--74886821962.html

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#4 posted 11-06-2018 03:37 AM



Sure.

You can play around with slide lengths to dial that in.

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