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Desk console unit
April 19, 2016
7:14 pm
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Hi Dean,

Choosing between changing manufacturing methods or editing board by board depends on whether you want the parameter to be applied each time you apply the method of not.

Personaly I would add both the rafix and keku as needed to the project. This is because I would consider that the double back could be also assembled with dowels, screwed or grooved. The Rafix also could be set inside or outside the cabinet depending on whether it’s assembled before or after installation. This would make too many variables and what ifs to justify hard coding into a method.

The same would go the keku fittings, I like to keep manufacturing methods for the general construction.

Setting up the hardware will require some explaining so,  I’d suggest that we do the actual setting up of the hardware when we have our 1 hour Team Viewer session.

All the best,

Ness

April 18, 2016
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forgot to add cabinet file embarassed

April 18, 2016
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Hi All,

I am designing some units to sit on top of desks and house consoles where space is tight and im struggling to do the following

* add rafix to my manufacturing method for the back panel

* made doors top hung or sliding with hardware

there are voids down each “leg” of the unit which will be for cables and power to and from the unit, i will be putting these on keku clips, as this is more of a one off would you recommend making a manufacturing method for this as good practice or add separatly and save/ export for the one job

many thanks

dean

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