I'm making a cabinet with a miter saw wing, but the wing isn't important in the overall discussion. I've cut the pieces, but have not assembled it yet and I am trying to figure out items related to the eventual drawers.
The sides were cut 24" wide and 36" tall. The cabinet height will either be 36" or 36.25" tall, and will have a face frame. I was probably going to use the Blum 3/4 epoxy slides as shown here, and the technical sheet shown here. I'm confused as to which one I need, and if the back panel needs to be more robust than 1/4" ply.
The cabinet will not be secured to the wall, and the depth could be adjusted down from the 24". That figure, BTW, doesn't include the face frame.
I won't be buying the slides tomorrow, but I do want to get it assembled and start being usable so final dimensions and technique needs to be buttoned down. Any insight you could provide would help.