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Stefan

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February 28, 2020 - 1:17 pm
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Hi Anthony, please also note, with Premium Support you’ll be able to use our cut list and processing service CabinetFile. This allows you to continue to use the free version of Polyboard for your project. All the best, Stefan

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Hi Anthony,

for any further technical advice please sign up as premium support

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I am able to do it the way you posted but on;y if I use a thinker material. The shelf is made of 3/4″ but the front strip is using 1″. is there a way to have it use the same 3/4″ but 90 degrees rotated, so it shows in my cut list?

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Hi Anthony,

This can be done by selecting the shelve and using the assembly in the structure field on the right-side property screen.

You can set the parameters of the assembly to get the result. Once it is done you can copy the structure and paste it to other shelves.

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I’d like to add a front face frame to my shelves. Example of what i’m talking about in this video around 5:45. I just want a front face to hang down so I can add an LED strip and hide it under. How do I do this in polyboard? ThanksCapture.PNGImage Enlarger

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