Πώς να φτιάξετε ένα συρόμενο ντουλάπι



Στην πρόσφατα ανακαινισμένη κουζίνα μας, έχουμε ένα βαθύ ντουλάπι που το μετέτρεψα σε πτυσσόμενο ντουλάπι. Είναι η τέλεια χρήση αυτού του ψηλού και βαθιού χώρου και δεν ήταν τόσο δύσκολο να το φτιάξεις μόνος σου. Ελάτε να δείτε πώς μπορείτε να φτιάξετε κι εσείς ένα!
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  1. Yo, Bob! LOL, I'm just kidding! I have just one thing to say: If you aren't buying your wood glue in 55 gallon drums, you might want to look into that; seriously, you can use some glue! As always, another amazing video! Man, I want to go to a workshop to learn how to do all of this stuff, it would be so cool! I'm a wee bummed you decided not to do the adjustable shelves since that was a project I was looking forward to learn, but I'm sure you must have something made within your content that shows how to do this. Thanks again, I'm loving your content!

  2. I am doing the same concept for a pull out mirror I am going to do the same deal but add 2 drawer slides on the bottom also .

  3. Keep cutting wood without a mask and you'll likely end up like my friend at work. He retired, bought some acres, built a big shop full of tools, and started pursuing his lifelong love of woodworking full-time. 5 years later he was dead from pulmonary fibrosis caused by breathing in fine particulate wood dust. Mask up and live!

  4. You Did a Beautiful Job !! But That LG Refrig ( I sold Appliances for 35 years) and refrigerators ALL NOT standard Heights !! So A 36" wide Refrig will Come in Different Height !

  5. Great video! Thinking about doing something like this now! I think I would use Blum under mount slides with rotating casters and some top mounted slides also.

  6. Enjoyed the video and the design idea. Do you have design plans available? Also, a suggestion. I had a king size bed inside a 18" deep alcove with a structural canopy. The sleigh bed headboard had only 3/4" on each side which created a problem for changing the bedding. I detached the headboard from the side rails, attached it to the back wall of the alcove, added a frame support at the head of the bed for the boxspring/mattress, attached casters to the support rails on the underside and laid tracks on the floor under the bed so I could roll the bed out to change the bedding when I needed to. The floor tracks kept the frame from moving side to side and rolled smoothly in and out.

  7. the only thing that I may have done differently is use 3 wheels instead of 2 as they would be4 less likely to wander, and 4 wheels would inevitably find a high spot and wander as well

  8. How deep is that cabinet? I believe the option to make deep cabinets is a real benefit to DIY a kitchen.

  9. Have you had any thoughts on how you could improve the guide/runner (to be longer)? I really like this idea and how it could be applied around house/garage

  10. Great job.

    Only change I would have made is three wheels.

    Two up front, and one in the back.

  11. Definitely a great solution for an awkward sized space! For anyone looking to do something similar, Fulterer makes pantry slides that attach to the top and bottom of the drawer and are rated for higher loads than typical under-mount slides (up to 450lbs). I just installed two pullouts side-by-side in a large pantry and am very happy with how smooth they operate despite being loaded with cans and other heavy items.

  12. What's the current situation after using it for half a year
    Refrigerator heat may deform the wood

  13. I made a full length pull out spice rack like this, turned out great.. tips: dont underestimate the weight of the cupboard, make sure the casters are nice and beefy also dont rely on the rails to carry any weight either. you can hide the casters and anything unsightly by making a mitred box and mounting it to the bottom of the cupboard

  14. Great idea! How has this held up to real world use since you installed it? I'm thinking of doing the same.

  15. you did not need the wheels each hinge if you put them on the side as well would hold 100 pounds EACH 😉

  16. I know nothing about wood and building stuff like this but why put glue if your putting nails?

  17. I just used pantry slides. They hold 130lbs. If someone puts more weight than that into a sliding pantry, they need to rethink their life.

  18. Very nice slide out cabinet, but making it to complicated with slides and what not, they have special heavy load under mount slides especially for those pull outs like that no wheel needed, and only 2 slides underneath the pullout.