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September 25, 2017
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Ness

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Hello Thusitha,

You should insert first the upright and then add a double back flush to the front on one side which is then linked to the upright with a groove and extended to the other side. This will create the correct cut out in the upright.

Here’s a quick video I made for you:

Note that it’s better to use double backs rather than free divisions for vertical panels parallel to the back/front

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Ness

September 25, 2017
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Thusitha Karunatilake

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Dear Ness!

Good Morning to you!

Kindly find the attached and let us have the solution, at your earliest.

The free division of the Vertical Division is Grooved 3/4″. This resulting the free division to get cut in to two. We need the free division in one piece. Please solve this.

IF, we reduced 3/4″ from the vertical division, the free division comes in one piece. But then the dimensions are wrong. 

Appreciate your assistance.

Thusitha.

September 23, 2017
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Hello Thusitha,

Please post the Polyboard file this will help us understand much better the project.

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Ness

September 23, 2017
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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.

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