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Ness

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September 22, 2017 - 11:58 am
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Hi again,

Sorry I forgot to answer your question about the back grooves.

To make it easier for us to follow, can I suggest that you post a thread per subject ?

In your cabinet, you can adjust the depth of the back groove either using the panel Properties-Links menu :

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You can also use a specific sub method, although it seems that you are not using a sub method to set up this cabinet.

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Hi Buddika Thusitha,

There are several ways to change the frame sections and this depends on how you are working and how you have set them up.

If the component is in bar material, the simplest way is to just change the material in the Properties list:

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If the component is in a Quick Design  design material it’s possible to change the Quick Design  material specs:

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It’s also possible to set the components up as panel materials, in which case you can change the width using the Assembly Edit button:

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Hope this is helpful,

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Dear Ness,

We did not get any reply for several matters, we raised while you were away from office.  Kindly check them and send us solutions, as they are very critical points in our process.

Thusitha.

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Dear Ness,

While you are away, we are posting these for you, whenever you can check them and reply us.
Here, in the forwarded mail, the sizes of the components of the  high lighted panel, can’t be changed as per our requirements. Please show us how to change the sizes.
If any of the matters raised by us are not compatible with Polyboard, please inform us. 
Thusitha
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Dear Ness,

Dear Ness,

Attached drawing depicts a Back panel of a bedside. There, when we do the drawing,the horizental piece inserts 1/8 inch in to the vertical piece. But we need both of them to be leveled.
Please advice how to do that. I had attached the other drawing in the mail. You You may check that.
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Hi Thusitha, I think you probably saw Ness’s reply to one of your other queries. He was away yesterday and today, and we need him to take a look at these particular points, so we apologise for the delay. He’ll take a look at your queries on his return. Best regards, Stefan

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 Dear Ness / Stefan,

We raised this at the team viewer session, but it was not possible to finish at that time, and we kept it aside. 

Here, when we add the middle panel, as per the second image, the front piece gets divided in to two. But we need it in one piece. Please show us how to do that.

Thusitha

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HI Thusitha,

No problem to draw these designs in Polyboard Pro.

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Stefan said
Here are the other attachments I’ve resized for the forum.

Thusitha, when you click on ‘upload attachment’ you will see the maximum size allowed. Please resize future images so they can be uploaded and seen on the forum.

Thanks, Stefan

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Dear Ness, 

Please check this attachments and confirm whether all these can be done with Polyboard Pro or not. 

Thusitha.

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Here are the other attachments I’ve resized for the forum.

Thusitha, when you click on ‘upload attachment’ you will see the maximum size allowed. Please resize future images so they can be uploaded and seen on the forum.

Thanks, Stefan

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Hi Thusitha,

I can’t see all the files you have listed in your post but to answer your questions:

Yes, you can set back the back panel 3/4″ from the edge, this can be done in Lite and Pro.

Framing can be done in Pro but not in Lite.

All the Face Frame options you show are only active in Polyboard Pro.

The only images I can see in your post are a screen capture showing the Face Frame options in the Structures menu, I can’t see the images of your projects.

Can you upload them?

Otherwise from you description you should be able to do what you need with Polyboard Pro.

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Hi, we’ll reply in full as soon as possible. I know it’s urgent as you would like to upgrade from Polyboard Lite to Polyboard Pro.

I can only see 2 images attached though, which I think are the same as each other. Can you upload the other items you’ve referenced in your message. Thanks, Stefan

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Dear Ness,

How are you? Hope you are doing good.

In the first attachment, we have shown the back panel of a cupboard. Back board is fixed three quarter of an inch inwards from the outer edge. Is it possible to do with Polyboard Pro?

In the second and third attachments we do the face frame, with two inch frame. In between the drawers we attach a 2.75 inch width piece. This enables us to do finger groves for the drawers.

In the fourth attachment, in your drop down list we have circled some options. Are they included in Polyboard Pro, or we have to add them?

We need your confirmation whether we can do all these with Polyboard Pro.

Hope to hear from you shortly.

Regards.

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