Make a Wood Sliding Cabinet Door Track
Sliding cabinet door track – Starting by measure the length of the cabinet door opening. This is the length required for the sliding door doorway track. Measure the thickness of the sliding door. The cutter used to cut the groove on the track must be 1/8 inch wider than this measurement. Then, place the 1-by-2-by-96-inch flat-panel display on a work surface. Measure the sample to the length that has been measured for the cabinet door sliding track. Mark the board with a pencil. Place the 1-by-2-by-96-inch plate on the miter saw table. Slide the plate into the table.
Tighten the saw trigger and guide it through the plate in a constant motion until the cut is complete. Raise the saw back to the starting position and release the trigger. Next, place the cutting board on the milling table with the 2-inch side resting flat. Insert the router into the router, tighten and lock it in place. Adjust the height of the cutter to cut a 3/8 inch deep groove in the board. Adjust the guide on the router table to cut the slot through the center of the 2-inch width of the gasket and lock it in place. Guide the table through the milling table in a constant motion movement fast enough to allow the drill bit to cut the wood of wooden sliding cabinet door track.
Remove the plate from the milling table, once the cut is complete. Place the card on a work surface with the slotted side facing up. Sand the entire board with a fine grain to sand until smooth. Always sand with the grain of the wood. Last, apply a layer of wood finish even on board using a brush. Allow the finish to dry for at least 4 hours and apply a final coat. Wait the final coat to dry for 24 hours. In the slot of the sliding door guide of the cabinet, rub paste wax using a rag. The paste wax will allow the door to slide smoothly into the grooved sliding cabinet door track.