|Forum topic by lumberjoke||posted 05-06-2011 07:31 PM||4577 views||0 times favorited||3 replies|
05-06-2011 07:31 PM
I’ve decided to make my own frameless cabinets. I’ve never made cabinets before but I’ve successfully prototyped a full-size version. I plan on doing drawers only on the lowers. No shelves, doors, or hinges.
I was watching Blum’s excellent assembly videos for their corner cabinet system and noticed this:
There’s no cross members between drawers. Were they doing this for illustrative purposes or is it typical to not build cross members between drawers? I’m sure adding cross members would add a sturdiness and also prevent too much stuff in a lower drawer from interfering with the slides from an upper drawer.
What is your take?
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