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Travel blocks/ skid blocks10/24
I build commercial laminate cabinets and casework.
"I don't welcome the battle that would come with a change..."
Welcome it and more. If you can't get them to 1. Do what is viewed as better, and 2. Do what you require, then you need to question your abilities in your position.
If you can improve with this change, but are afraid to make it, what will happen when other, larger - and more important/necessary - changes become obvious?
"The only constant is change"
We don't install but do put skids on the bottom of cases. Usually 3/4 X 4 X slightly longer than the case. The ends are beveled 45 degrees to allow sliding w/o tearing them loose. Scrap strips of melamine usually. Stapled on.
we use scrap off the cnc router or saw cut into 2 or wider x24" long. Forget what the guys want, tell them what they are going to do.
I think you are going pretty much right as the 3X3 blocks will be easy enough to install and remove. Moreover it will be more stable rather than the one single long block.
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