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MOC: Sliding door wardrobe

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How to build a sliding door wardrobe?

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Let’s see

Sliding doors

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Some perspectives on the wardrobe

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Without doors…

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The wardrobe is handy

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The love-mate can hidden inside

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But not only love-mate…

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That's a really good technique. I can't read the image but did you comm up with this yourself? It looks like it works out pretty nicely.

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That's a really good technique. I can't read the image but did you comm up with this yourself? It looks like it works out pretty nicely.

Thank you ^_^

This picture illustrated isometric perspective on opening sliding device:

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My construction is very easy, but dependable.

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Hello!

Many times I caught myself sliding two of these grill tiles against each other while thinking of something completely different. But it never came to mind to make something like this great sliding door with the grill tiles themselves. Great technique and idea for a wardrobe! :classic:

Cheers,

~ Christopher

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A very nice technique I must say, and the wardrobe doesn't look half bad either. I too noticed that you could slide two tiles together nicely, but was thinking more along the lines of making a monorail or something with them.

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Thats a very good technique. :thumbup:

Thank you for sharing it with us. :classic:

The grill piece sliding is something i would never have thought of.

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What a clever technique! Too bad the wardrobe itself isn't really minifig-scale...

But instead of a wardrobe, this technique could be put to use in actual sliding doors, like the ones leading to a garden or a patio in contemporary houses. Now that I think about it, I think I've seen sliding doors made with a different technique in some MOC or real set...

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I had this idea a while ago, but I couldn't make it due to my lack of bricks, so it's really cool to see it in reality :thumbup:

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Very well done, I've never thought of this before. So I might use it for some sliding obect or another, thanks. :classic:

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