Even though there are a lot of options for putting up 10-inch drawer slides, we usually settle on all-around ball-bearing slides. The drawer doesn’t tip out or restrict as we would find with other models. They are also easy to introduce, so they are ideal.
Follow along with this DIY Drawer tutorial: notable saw or switch required and learn all the fine details along the way. Please read the following instructions.
Note the drawer slides position
The drawer floor is 814″ high, so close to each side divider you should mark a measurement of 814 crawls. Make sure the dividers are level on each mass inside the bureau by using the impressions and a straightedge. Each line should be etched seven-eighths of an inch from the edge of the bureau. The inset of 1/8-inch allows space for both the thickness of the drawer front and the thickness of the drawer back.
Place the slides in their proper positions
With the line in front of you, align the bottom edge of the 10-inch drawer slides. The slide should be positioned behind the marked sign toward the heart of the bureau.
Let’s get started with the slides
In order to see both screws opening arrangements for the slide, please push the extension forward after the slide is immovably set up. By using a drill/driver, make shallow pilot holes in front and behind a single screw opening. The slide can be mounted inside the bureau by screwing the screws provided. Similarly, the next drawer slide needs to be installed on the opposite side of the desk using steps 2 and 3.
Make a print on the drawer sides
Using a pencil, draw a line along with the dividers on the compartment’s sides. A straightedge should be used to draw straight lines on each side of the drawer box.
Put the slide in the proper spot
Separate the slide from each drawer, and place it on the side on which the drawers are stacked. Orient the 10-inch drawer slides flush with the drawer box so that they are centered.
Put the drawers into the slides
Drill a hole in the drawer and screw in the 10-inch drawer glides using the driver and screws provided.
Attach the drawer
Adjust the drawer so that it is level with the desk. There is a drawer slide inside the bureau that is attached to the drawer track. By gently pressing both sides of the drawer, it will slide into place.
Although the drawer might sometimes have issues gliding back and forth when the slides are locked in, it should generally glide back out again as soon as the slides are unlocked.
Affix the drawer front to the drawer
To finish the drawer box, the wood paste should be applied. Make sure the top and side edges of the holes are in the same place on the drawer front. Clasps should be used to attach the drawer front to the drawer box.
Join the drawer front
When installing the drawer, carefully open the drawer and insert the bolts through the openings and onto the drawer front.
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