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Andy Brown
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February 19, 2024 - 9:03 am
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Hi Alex

 

Thats worked

 

Thanks

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February 19, 2024 - 7:46 am
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Hi,

Can you upload your cabinet? to be sure of my answer

But in first view, If you have maderecess from front, you should applied similar slack in depth on your drawers

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February 16, 2024 - 3:13 pm
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Hi 

just a question on inset draws, is there anyway to get the draws to be inset so on the attached image i need the draws to follow the fixed shelf. this is because there is a full height door going on and need room for the hinges and these doors are push to open 

 

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February 2, 2024 - 8:43 am
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Hi,

After adding your drawers you can edit drawers sub-method, for temporary editing well edit sub@cabname

Edit Slack from top on built-in drw, then Slack from top into assembly

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January 31, 2024 - 3:31 pm
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thanks

 

when using the method of nil shelves, whats the best way to adjust the space in-between drawer fronts to allow space for hand 

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Hi,

When you using Blum applied = spaced drawers, they using rules by default ( Blum/drw-TANDEM/= ) 

This rules said at Polyboard need to look Overpassing frontage panel (drawers), and start drilling from frontage at 19mm

which allow you to work with standard bottoms of 19mm or less, but which reduce all the drawers above to be interchangeable.

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If you use this with built-in drawers, Overpassing panel become side and as Side haven’t go Surface split like drawers it only applied single fitting and need change rule to Underpassing

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But in case of equals Built-in drawers, The best way without editing rules is to use Nil division in use with Blum/drw/z method

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January 22, 2024 - 10:25 pm
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when using the applied = spaced drawers, the holes in the cabinets side are correct

but when switching to built in = spaced drawers, the holes are not correct and also not showing on all drawers.

also the drawers start a lot further off the base of the cabinet

hope you can help thanks

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