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Internal Drawers
November 17, 2017
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Hi Elliot,

Just for clarity, to change a panel to nil click in the materials properties and change to “nil panel” (usually the first in the list).

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If using Quick Design  you can also place automatically a nil panel from the panel type list:

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November 16, 2017
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Hi,

i have deleted your 60mm shelves and i have replace them by 2 nil shelves

space with 60mm for 3d 

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November 16, 2017
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Thanks for this – sorry i dont quite understand. I added the shelf in as a reference point but couldnt then turn it into a nil panel – could you explain how i do this – i see the shelve is now classed as a zone?

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Elliot

November 15, 2017
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Hello,

when you add an object like a shelf or a vertical partition then it becomes a reference for the parts add after as a drawers and can not be removed anymore

PS I allowed myself to change the connections on the small drawers between the sides, the face and the bottom

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All the best Alex

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November 13, 2017
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Hi – i know how to do built in drawers now but how do i space them like the attached – ive added a fixed shelf between them to get the correct spacing but when i either delete the shelve or turn it to a nil panel it re-spaces them.

HELP!

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Elliot

October 30, 2017
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Hello,

If you did not use Quick Design before, no problem!

2 solutions

1 * Redefine the default folder of Polyboard before installation of Quick Design if you have not changed original (see attached image)

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2 * That I advise you, restore your methods from previously made furniture (see example)

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PS: don’t forget the little yellow star, thx 😉

All the best, Alex  

Thanks – ill think ill wait til i speak to Ness on thursday as i dont want to loose anything else – all my manufactoring method have gone toocry

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Hi Elliot,

I send you a mail to arrange the training session.

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Hello,

If you did not use Quick Design before, no problem!

2 solutions

1 * Redefine the default folder of Polyboard before installation of Quick Design if you have not changed original (see attached image)

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2 * That I advise you, restore your methods from previously made furniture (see example)

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PS: don’t forget the little yellow star, thx 😉

All the best, Alex

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October 29, 2017
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Hi – Thanks ive downloaded with but ive now lost all my manufactoring methods!

Ness can i book a session in with you to try and get these back and run through drawers ? Thursday at 5 – ill email Stefan

Elliot

October 28, 2017
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Hello, 



 

All Tandem slide for wood Draws are comptaible with Fittings

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associate with “Blum/drawer-Tandem//cab/z” rules

Have you install Quick Design Pro on https://wooddesigner.org/support/premium-support-benefits/??

PS. For new wood draws Ta’or Box you need to use Lagrabox fitting with Movento Slide!

Alex

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October 27, 2017
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Hi Thanks, is there already a fitting link for blum tandem runners already created?

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Elliot

October 25, 2017
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hello,

sorry my english so bad if draw is Built-in use fittings xxx/BIN

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i post you exemple with good fixation link on left and bad on right

Don t forget to see Ness Video on https://wooddesigner.org/support/polyboard-videos/quick-design-advanced/

and read ,Polyboard Library Manual.pdf in QuickDesign Guide folder on desktop since page 25 for more information 😉

All the best , Alex

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Blum Tandem runners….

Elliot

October 25, 2017
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Hi I now realise its not linking to the correct fitting link – is there one already created for built in drawer as im trying to adapt the applied link but its not working – well im not doing it correctly!

Elliot

October 24, 2017
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Hi – thanks i get the spacing of the drawers now but having trouble with adding the drawer drillings – when i add them they appear on the drawer frontage?Drawer-Drillings.PNGImage Enlarger

Thanks very much.

Elliotfrown

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Thanks for this Ness and Alexandre – ill have a little play around with this and let you know.

Thanks again.

Elliot

October 22, 2017
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Hi Elliot and Alex,

The drawer inners are different because they are calculated from the zone. To make the drawer inners the same use the calculation from the drawer top and bottom:

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The drilling for runners are not showing because the drawers facades are not over passing the sides and uprights.

The fittings links sub-method is only adding drillings when the Drawer Frontage is Overpassing:

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To have drilling when the drawer facades are underpassing the uprights you need to add a fittings rule and that uses the appropriate hardware:

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You can of course also add this hardware manually panel by panel.

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October 21, 2017
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Hello,

I’m not sure I understand everything.

The size of drawers is calculate with space available, if you want 3 identical drawers with the same 3 faces I advise you to add 2 additional shelves nil at the top and bottom, with an identical space with your spacing between drawers (30mm) at that

I think that 30 mm and too small to put and regulate the hinges without put separator linked with face -60mm to!

Or you can use hinges like

Blum 155°

Attach your furniture edit

All the best

Alexandre

October 18, 2017
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Hi im trying to create internal drawers within a wardrobe with a divider and a spacer panel to allow for hinges

I seem to have done this but the drawer boxes are coming out different sizes with the fronts being the same?

Also the drilling for the runners arent showing how do i make this happen automatically?

Attached file.

Kind Regards

Elliot

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