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July 26, 2018 - 9:34 am
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Thanks for the feedback. Glad the inner tooling worked for you. All the best, Stefan

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Hi Ness and Stefan,
I made it by inner tooling.

Thank you very  much.TV-stand-2.jpgImage Enlarger

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Hi, can you post the file where you’ve used the double back method.

Did you try to add an inner tooling to the back panel, that should definitely work?

Dimensions shown below not accurate but hopefully this gives you the idea:

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Hi Ness,
I tried to use double back way, but there are two area has L shape space, so that it will be divided into 2 rectangular part to make L shape.
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Hi Ness,
Thanks for your prompt reply.
I am sending here the file for you try.
Best regards.

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Hi,

There are several ways to do this.

You can use an Inner tooling to cut the extra material from the back panel.

Sometimes it’s easier to delete the back and add a separate double back to each inner volume.

Can you post the Polyboard file so we can advise you better?

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Hi Ness,
I am creating this TV stand (as attached photo).
How to remove the back at the red circle?
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