Facet-hung drawers work nice, however the slides don’t present a option to maintain drawers from being pulled out too far. It will also be tough to place the drawer face for a flush match when the drawer is closed. To maintain the drawer from falling out, rout a stopped slot within the case facet and drive a screw by way of the again of the drawer facet so it’ll move into the slot. Withdraw the screw to permit the drawer to slip into place (or be eliminated) after which lengthen it into the slot. To exactly alter how far the drawer will go into the case, add one other screw to the entrance of the side-hung runner.
—ROLAND MATTISON, Lincoln, N.H.
Illustrations by Dan Thornton
From Effective Woodworking subject #292