TIP-ON depth adjustment

TANDEM TIP-ON: What is depth adjustment for and when do we use it?

White cabinet with TANDEM TIP-ON runnersDifferent materials are used in the manufacturing of wooden drawers, which is why each wooden drawer is individual and has slightly different lengths, widths and heights. To counteract these “production tolerances”, we have developed depth adjustment for our TANDEM runner system in connection with our TIP-ON motion technology.

This helps to ensure an optimal connection between the wooden drawer and TANDEM locking device.

 

 

To connect the TANDEM profile with the wooden drawer, there are locking positions on the TANDEM locking device to ensure the necessary grip when opening and closing. The depth adjustment ensures the runner locks securely in place (third tooth of the locking device).

The depth adjustment is made of a soft rubber material and is adaptable, which ensures that the drawer is positioned correctly on the TANDEM runner. The entire depth adjustment is fastened, tool-free, to the hook located at the end of the runner.

TANDEM TIP-ON depth adjustment assembly on a runner

TIP-ON depth adjustment
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8 thoughts on “TIP-ON depth adjustment

  • March 15, 2019 at 9:52 am
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    My tip on soft close does not lock close. It keeps opening. Is there an adjustment I can make to ensure the drawer stays closed?

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    • March 15, 2019 at 2:35 pm
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      Dear Graham,

      could you please let us know if you have TIP-ON BLUMOTION or a regular TIP-ON system installed?
      The following information will help you find out which motion technology you are using exactly: https://www.blum.com/eu/en/products/news-specials/4-motiontechnologies/

      If it turns out to be TIP-ON BLUMOTION, we would need to know which kind of runner- or boxsystem you are using:
      https://www.blum.com/eu/en/products/motion-technologies/tip-on-blumotion/overview/

      Thanks in advance for providing the additional information needed so that we can help you fix the issue.

      Kind regards
      Matthias

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      • March 19, 2019 at 12:23 pm
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        Hi Matthias

        I have the same problem and found this link searching the internet.

        I believe I have blumotion tip on. The drawer sounds like it is latching but then springs open again. I have tried adjusting the two wheels but that doesn’t make a difference. Very occasionally the drawer stays latched. Any help or ideas greatly appreciated or I will need to get my cabinet maker back as these drawers are only a year old.
        Thanks

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  • March 19, 2019 at 3:08 pm
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    I’ve just fitted 3 identical wooden drawers using tip-on (not blumotion) runners. 2 drawers work perfectly. The third has a problem that the left-hand runner doesn’t always lock and then if I press the drawer LHS to try to lock it then the RHS runner unlocks.
    I’ve tried to adjust the adjusting wheels in the tip-on but can’t get the runners to synch.
    What is the solution?

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    • March 20, 2019 at 8:37 am
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      Dear John,
      we are sorry that you have problems with our product. I will forward your comment to our customer service, they will help you as soon as possible. Please tell me which country you reside in so we can be sure you are connected to the correct customer service.
      Kind regards
      Andrea

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  • July 8, 2019 at 10:10 am
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    Hello, I have a Tip-on Blumotion drawer installed in April that has always taken more than a simple push to open. It made a kind of twang sound when it did. Now it has stopped opening automatically. We have to open the drawer below and pull it out. It closes OK though. Do I go back to the installer now or contact a local rep for service?

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    • July 8, 2019 at 10:39 am
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      Hello Ashley,
      I am sorry to hear that you are experiencing problems with our product.
      Our subsidiary in Australia will contact you as soon as possible.
      Kind regards
      Andrea

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