To optimize wood box design, the following top edge profiles are available at no additional charge with the exception of the step down construction (See Green dovetails, CM-070).
For the bullnose radius, the default is step down construction:
The following top edge profiles are available with an upcharge for your wood box design.
The following bottom edge profile options are available. “Square edge” is the standard profile for our wood box design and has no upcharge. Radius edges are available with an upcharge.
For standard wood box design, the radius is put on the outside bottom edges. For a pullout, the radius is also put on the front bottom edge.
Drawer box assembly includes dovetail or bore & dowel construction. It can include assembling the sides with or without a bottom ( if there is a bottom, it is pinned with 3/8” staples). The standard assembly tasks, based on side material type, are specified below.
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Drawer boxes are designed to be finished with a waterborne clear finish, which contains low volatile organic compounds (VOC), and no formaldehyde. This finish exceeds the requirements of ANSI/NKCA resistance for kitchens, passes KCMA, and meets Mobelfakta (an internationally recognized quality standard) basic requirements for tabletops (domestic use). Also, this finish has been given the MAS Environmental “Certified Green” approval for LEEDs projects.
The finishing option consists of 1 sealer coat and 1 top coat.
Two (2) standard undermount slide notching widths are offered for the bottom rear of the box, along with a hook hole. The depth of the notch matches the requested inset (i.e., 1/2”, 9/16”, etc.)
Front hole drilling is offered for attaching a drawer head.