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Author Topic: Pocket door  (Read 8990 times)
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« Reply #15 on: May 17, 2006, 01:27:15 PM »

Another idea for mounting the drawer slides on the sides would be to build a hollow core door and mount the slide mechanisim on the inside before putting the final skin on.  This approach has an obvious maintenance problem, but it should look OK.  If you could fine a way to conceal screw on one panel, you could service the mechanisim by removing the door skin.  All in all, the top and bottom slides would probably be easier to maintain.

Craig MC7 - Oregon USA
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