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This IS thinking outside of the box.
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That's right, Harry, the drawer slide is outside the box. Couldn't resist that one! Unique, to say the least.
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With a bit of soap or wax it should do well. A whole lot easier to install to. I'm in the middle of installing my 28" deep drawers on the miter saw station. 12"x 28" and 25"x 28" drawers, 16 in all then on to finish the plywood fence extension.
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With a bit of soap or wax it should do well. A whole lot easier to install to. I'm in the middle of installing my 28" deep drawers on the miter saw station. 12"x 28" and 25"x 28" drawers, 16 in all then on to finish the plywood fence extension.
They're BIG drawers, what are they for?

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It's thinking outside the box but not necessarily a wise idea. The angled runners put lateral pressure on the legs and the upper joint. It should definitely have cross pieces at the bottom of the legs to help resist splaying forces. The standard support configuration has zero lateral force. There are often good reasons why things are the way they have always been. Our forefathers were much smarter than we often give them credit for.
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The joint above that looks pretty tricky too.

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I've seen slides like that used in jewelry boxes. I don't that I would use them on anything that would require holding very much weight but for lightweight drawers, they would add some interest.
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Hi, Mike.
As a woodworker I´d put more attention to the table and the drawers than the jewelry.
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They're BIG drawers, what are they for?
Harry,

I never did answer this question and will start a post shortly with some supporting pictures. Let's just say this will be a good portion of my shop storage for now.
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