Kreg - Drawer Slide Installation Jig
The KREG® Drawer Slide Jig takes the guesswork out of installing drawer slides. This easy-to-use jig holds slides in position as you drill mounting holes in the cabinet, and it supports drawer...
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• Two brackets clamp in place inside the cabinet, one on each cabinet side, and align with cabinet face frame or with designated marks on frameless cabinets
• Built-in tabs make the jig easy to align to for either operation inside to cabinet, outside to drawer box
• Brackets are reversible to clamp in place to support the drawer as you mount slides to drawer box
• Works with most types of drawer slides: ball-bearing, epoxy-coated, and under-mount slides
• Minimum cabinet depth 14", 12" slides and longer
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Not great for face-frame without a rail
If you look at all the pictures and videos on the web, you will notice for face-frame application, the only examples are those where the face frame stile and rail are present (like a top drawer of a base cabinet). But you won't find any where you just have to mount where there is only a stile. Instructions are the same. So I would say overall, it has limited usage.