Jig For Drilling Cabinet Adjustable Shelf Holes
Homemade template for drilling adjustable shelf holes in cabinet sides. This jig was made out of a piece of maple hardwood. They will generally last for a few hundred holes before they need to be replaced. Just get your scrap piece of wood and mark your adjustable self holes one and a half inches in from the edge and about two inches apart. I would start the holes around six inches down from the edge of the board. This will allow room so that the adjustable shelf holes do not interfere with the hinges. This image came from an article on our site at http://fixmycabinet.com about making an upper storage cabinet.