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Hi Bilou, to learn the software before you order, we offer our Polyboard video tutorials.

Unfortunately we cannot offer technical support before buying unless you sign up for Premium Support here.

We do also offer online demonstrations to help you make a decision on whether Polyboard will work for you.

If you’re interested in a demo, please contact us with your availability and company details.

Normally you will then have enough information to make a decision on ordering or not.

And after that, we can help you learn how to use it…with Premium Support (first 6 months free with your order) and optional 1-2-1 training sessions.

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thans alex for all this information.i see that you have took the time to create my model.i think it is easy for you because you master the programme.for me its not clear yet .allow me please to ask you one more question.

how can i link between this too cabinets…this1.jpgImage Enlarger

is a major issue for me.cry   

  

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thans alex for all this information.i see that you have took the time to create my model.i think it is easy for you because you master the programme.for me its not clear yet .allow me please to ask you one more question.

how can i link between this too cabinets…thiss is a major issue for me.cry   

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Hi Bilou,

3Ds max and Polyboard have very good compatibility and if you have both software then you would have a major advantage.

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I invite you to download the demo version on our download page which includes a models folder so you can see some examples:

https://wooddesigner.org/polyb…..-software/

If you need further technical advice, please register for a Premium Support subscription then post your query in the Polyboard forum.

This subscription also includes access to our cut list and plans processing services which allows you to use the free version of Polyboard and receive the manufacturing output. See our CabinetFile page for more information.

Cheers, Alexandre

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thank you Kerf Works for your reply i appreciate it .and by the way you are doing a wonderfull workwink.

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Yes that should be totally possible, although you will not be able to get any renders even close to those. We use it almost solely and make Kitchens, Wardrobes, Bootrooms etc.

Yesterday we cut this unit and this is the type of render we can get after a little bit of playing with the lighting.

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hi i am new in this forum.and i have  accidentally discovered polyboard on the net.

actually i am an architect and sometimes i do some furniture design .i use 3ds max to model and render my models .then i use autocad to finalise execution plan or manufacturing process. as you may know my method takes a lot of times…well its not   a professional way to get the work done.

i find polyboard very interesting .but i have some fears about its ability to model complex models .i mean free modeling like 3dsmax .

i am asking the professionals here if polyboard can model furnitures like the ones i have attached .

thank you for replying. 

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