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Hi guys.

I'm probably being really stupid here, but I cant see any way to use the drawer slide jig to fit the bottom drawer of a set?

I actually have a couple of questions:

Firstly, should the drawer slide fit flush with the bottom of the drawer?

(That seems to be how the jig would fit it)

I need the base of the drawer to sit 13mm above the floor of the wardrobe, but the jig sets the drawer slide at 100m.

So do I need to create a home-made jig (13mm wide length of ply on each side) and use that instead, or is there a way to use the jig?

Or could I place the drawer slide at 100mm (each drawer-box is 200m tall), but if I do, then how do I align the middle of the drawer to the slide?

(Thinking about it, do I turn the jig around and clamp it 87mm below the 100mm slide line for the 13mm gap that I need?)

Sorry to ask complete numpty questions, but I 'm new to the big project work and I want to know what the more experienced users do for this type of situation?

Thanks in advance.

Craig

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Craig,

         It would be a lot more helpful if you where to post some photos of what you are talking about and i am sure some body will be able to  answer all your queries.

  regards  jock

Thanks Jock.

I'll add some photos to the post

jock sloan said:

Craig,

         It would be a lot more helpful if you where to post some photos of what you are talking about and i am sure some body will be able to  answer all your queries.

  regards  jock

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