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can i add dynamic single panel fitting
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Mohamed hamza

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Hi Mohamed, this forum is for general enquiries only. We were happy to point you in the right direction, but for us to look at this in more detail, please consider ordering one of our training packs – the Library Set Up Pack – as Ness mentioned below. Thanks very much for your understanding, Stefan  

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Hi Mohamed, this forum is for general enquiries only. We were happy to point you in the right direction, but for us to look at this in more detail, please consider ordering one of our training packs – the Library Set Up Pack – as Ness mentioned below. Thanks very much for your understanding, Stefan

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Hi Mohamed,

To achieve a dynamic component you can use several different methods.

You can create a generic hardware that you change and all the instances of the hardware will also change. this is how our Quick Design  elements are set up.

Or you can create specific structures that apply your specific hardware elements.

Both are possible, very practical  and each have their specific advantages.

Both principles are extensively used in our Quick Design  libraries.

To see how Quick Design works, please read the Quick Design  manual that comes with the libraries or look at Quick Design  Advanced videos here:

https://wooddesigner.org/suppo…..-advanced/

For a more detailed look into how to organise your hardware and libraries to get a maximum automation from Polyboard I suggest you buy one of our training packs:

https://wooddesigner.org/train…..g-service/

Best regards,

Ness   

Thank you  ness

but i attached photos for what i mean wehn i copy the structure of the door with the handle to another door 

it gives me the * beside the handle name and did not count it with the oregional handle name but it consider it as a new item 

so if i have 20 handle it will gives me 20 item in the cost sheet 

so how to let polyboard make it as 1 item and count the qty of all handle together 

Thank you 

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Hi Mohamed,

To achieve a dynamic component you can use several different methods.

You can create a generic hardware that you change and all the instances of the hardware will also change. this is how our Quick Design  elements are set up.

Or you can create specific structures that apply your specific hardware elements.

Both are possible, very practical  and each have their specific advantages.

Both principles are extensively used in our Quick Design  libraries.

To see how Quick Design works, please read the Quick Design  manual that comes with the libraries or look at Quick Design  Advanced videos here:

https://wooddesigner.org/suppo…..-advanced/

For a more detailed look into how to organise your hardware and libraries to get a maximum automation from Polyboard I suggest you buy one of our training packs:

https://wooddesigner.org/train…..g-service/

Best regards,

Ness 

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i facing a problem with single panel fitting specially for handles ,

i have different models from handles , every handle have its won boring coordinates and its overall dim .

so how can i make this dynamic when i need to change handle model it changes for all the cabinets with its boring concordats and according to its overall dim .

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