Connecting a wood panel door to a fridge door, to open together.
A few fridges sold as fully integrated fridges are white boxes that have a kit to attach the fridge door to a wood door panel that has its_hinges on the_wall or on_cabinets. When they both open, there is some movement between the two doors as they both pivot on their separate hinges and go through their range, so they need a slider that holds them together.
This is not overlay panels on built in fridges or on other fully integrated fridges.
Examples of each are E.g. Liebherr HC-1001 and E.g. Liebherr HC-1011
What to use for clip-slider-connectors?
What key words or what do I need to know to get started?
Clips and sliders to attach a wood door to a fridge door to make them move together. A built-in install.
Ability to connect plastic / slider / hardware so that opening a wood door panel opens the fridge door with it.
Here is Why: I don't need to fully integrate to lineup to other cabinets, it's a stand-alone that I'd hide as a column with custom doors, so any fridge that Can Be built in will do fine. I don't know where to get the connecting hardware -sliders- or where to start looking. Instead of reinventing all the necessary dimensions and building it from scratch I think it would be good to ask who might know.