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  1. I’m so happy I came across this video. We had a snafu with our kitchen cabinets order and I know have to build a couple of drawers. I want them to be pretty similar to the look of the rest and they have under mount slides. I was thinking of using pocket holes and the same thickness for the material. It’s great to see exactly what I want to do has already been successfully accomplished.

  2. I had cabinets custom made. The drawers don’t fully close. Does that mean the side rail needs to be moved back?

  3. As an amateur with woodworker, I typically feel overpowered with the entire arrangement. Be that as it may, this arrangements drove me through with much clarity and effortlessness woodplans.works I now work like a genius. That is great!

  4. I have these slides in my bathroom vanity drawers. now I have another drawer project in my bathroom and I may or may not use this slide system (I want to not add height to my new drawer). This was very helpful to see, thank you 🙂

  5. Terrible products. The companies they use to sell their slides have no idea what they are selling. You can give them a number from your old slide and they will tell you anything to sell the new one. RIP OFFS!! Have to buy more than one slide to get the right one!!

  6. Why not show people how to do this without spending a fortune on buying jigs? These jigs are for professionals doing hundreds of drawer boxes, not your typical 'tuber looking to have a go. I find it hard to believe that this isn't sponsored by Blum.
    I have several of their jigs, but then I do this for a living, and therefore can afford/justify the outlay. All of the above operations can be done just as well with small homemade jigs made with scraps of plywood, or, heaven forbid, accurate laying out, marking and pulling a trigger.

  7. When I make drawer boxes I just make a simple box (no inset) with bottom nailed and glued to drawer frame. I have never looked at a Blum undermount slide, is the ½" inset of the bottom required for mounting the slides or just to hide them? If required I guess I could add ½ strips to the sides of my simple boxes as there would be no need for inset on front or rear.

  8. Good build. A lot of builders on YouTube show pocket screws for putting boxes together but nailing is faster and easier.

  9. Hey Johnny, this was really helpful, I've got exact same slides and plan to make trawers pit od plywood, thank you!

  10. I just bought the 12” Blum tandem plus blumotion drawer slides and they actually measure 12.5” in length! Did you also have to account for the additional half an inch?

  11. Did you do any kind of finish coating for the plywood part of the drawer? I'm building some drawers myself, and am looking for a good finish, so they don't get stained or dirty and scuffed.

  12. Why can people not just use normal tools every has… Looks like everyone has to spend shit loads money just in tools, before they can do anything

  13. It was worth watching to see Rockler's jig versus Blum's I have seen in a few other videos . Rockler's looks better. One question, your drawer box used butt joint and Kreg type screw connection … I am finding low strength when I use this joint w/ plywood panels. I am wondering how your corners are holding up?

  14. I’m. Holding these same exact width and depth drawers. But I think your math is ring for the fronts. The fronts need to be 19 7/8 because of the half inch plywood on each side. That puts the inside of the sides at 13/16’s.

  15. So relieved to hear you say you screwed up nearly every piece. I do too, its the only way to learn

  16. Watched about a dozen of these videos on these slides and still have not seen how to do the much advertised adjustments.

  17. Hey, thanks for the great video. Question: when you go through the math for drawer box width, you first say/show your drawer box interior to be 22 1/2". You do the math, which gives you 20 7/8" and then you say THAT's the width of your drawer box. How can the exterior (or even interior) be 20 7/8" when you say the interior is 22 1/2"? Thanks so much!

  18. Hey Johnny, what size self centering bit did you use when mounting the slide to the cabinet? Can’t seem to find the screw size anywhere.