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Options for invisibly mounting slats on ceiling & walls

Option #1, brads or nails A brad nailer or pin nailer may be a good solution here, with or without the help of a little adhesive. The smallest gauges of brads and pins (18-23 gauge) shot from nailers ...
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Adding linear motion capability into a piece attached to wooden surface

You could I suppose drill the rail so you could pin the block in place at each position; even using a piece of dowel would do, no need for a metal pin1. But there's a much simpler solution, think ...
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Options for invisibly mounting slats on ceiling & walls

I can think of a few options: Screws installed from the back. If you can build the slat panels outside the van and then install them, you can screw through the supports into the back of the slats. ...
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Invisible wall mounts

If your sides are approximately 3/4", as they appear to be, you could use these Starhanger Green Glide inserts routed into the back edge of the sides, and then hang them on these Mount Bolts for a ...
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Best way to mount bench vise for my particular bench?

Where you have your vice placed for the photos is pretty much exactly where I'd mount it, in addition to the front-back placement being ideal it appears to be nearly directly over a leg which gives ...
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Flush Mount USBC Port In Wooden Desktop

Your life would be easier if you bought something designed for your application. No endorsement, but as an example (source Etsy as linked): USB insert (Alternative, more professional looking; google &...
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Bookcase mounting question

How can I secure this bookcase to the wall behind with me opting not to use a backing piece as to show the coloured wall behind? Generally for this sort of thing you have quite a few methods to pick ...
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Options for invisibly mounting slats on ceiling & walls

If you don't need it to come apart, wood glue should be enough.
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Is there anything out there that I can attach to the wall with no-damage tape and then drill the mounting screws into that wood instead of the wall?

I've had good results using 3M Command Strips to attach wood to painted drywall. The Command strips remove completely without damaging the wall. Below is a rough drawing. You would have to look at ...
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Is there anything out there that I can attach to the wall with no-damage tape and then drill the mounting screws into that wood instead of the wall?

I thought I'd expand on my Comment as well as provide a direct solution to the your query, although I'm not certain it's the best way to go about this. But it is what you asked and that's what we're ...
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Mounting method for tabletop

I'm working on designing a table for my kitchen (no A/C for moisture control) and I'm not entirely sure what the best method for securing it would be, and if I should even bother accounting for ...
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Is this shelving wall mounting idea stupid?

Assuming your vertical pieces (standards) are on studs, I would drill through them and run a long screw into the stud. It should hide everything. If you want to use the brackets from Ikea for ...
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Invisible wall mounts

Good job on the case, it looks neat and solid. The problem is, I don't like the way the cleat looks. I think it looks sloppy. Agreed. I think the ideal ways to mount something like this invisibly ...
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