I already had at home a piece of IKEA furniture (model Gnedby) used as a library.
I still had to cover a gap between the fridge and the cupboard, so I decided to buy another Gnedby.
I set to use only the fasteners provided in the IKEA Gnedby kit:
– First of all I sawed the side boards in the sizes I needed. (At some point you will see the cut but being internal parts I let it go)
– In the second part I made the holes for the lock tab;
I used a suitable drill bit and to try to maintain the correct measurements, I drilled, from side to side, a tablet prepunched (one of the central ones) in order to use it as a template for the other holes.
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