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Adding hardware to my cabinet.

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September 2, 2020 - 8:38 am
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Here’s a video of your full project reworked.

Hope that’s helpful.

All the best, Alexandre


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I’ll look at your project later,

You should know that you have several work possibilities and 3 different levels,

1°) With Manufacturing methods, that include a range of Sub-methods

Applying a Manufacturing method applies all the Sub-Methods it contains ( interesting tutorial here > How to set up a Manufacturing Method )

2°) With a specific Sub-methods, part of a manufacturing method you can apply to your cabinet

Like the Sub-method “Fitting links”,  this changes only the fittings on a cabinet ( more information here > Hardware )

3°) Manually change links, panel per panel, used more often for a specific set up

Hope that’s helpful,

Cheers, Alexandre


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Hi Shakeel, your Premium Support subscription didn’t complete in full, I believe because we had one email for your account with us, and a different one for PayPal. That’s all sorted out now, your Premium Support is up and running correctly. You can now post in the Polyboard or other technical forums. I’ve moved this post to the Polyboard forum as you can see as well. One of the team will be in touch soon to discuss your query. Thank you.

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I am trying to add some dowels, screws and hinges to my design, but when I use the manufacturing methods tool, it changes the all the link priorities from mitred to over/underpassing. I attached my design to this post.

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