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January 12, 2024 - 7:08 pm
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Works perfectly. Thank you

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Hi,

We don’t have any specific documentation or video on this subject, as it’s a topic covered during training sessions.

The points to remember before making a configuration are

– a panel that overlaps another and is said to be a priority ( OVERPASSING  )

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– A fitting link can follow three different references: the zone (rules ending in -N), Overpassing panel (or Priority panel -P) and Underpassing panel ( or No-Priority -N)

-hardware, depending on the assembly, will have to be made on the priority panel (Overpassing) and/or on the non-priority panel ( Underpassing)

* In this case and without information, I have created a fitting for Applied doors and fitted on the Underpassing panel

I have done a new fitting for Built-in doors ( and in this case, doors, underpassing side), and need to use N-rule, and fit on overpassing panel.

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Please find attached in ZIP both fitting for applied and built-in doors

Hope that’s helpful, Alex

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Hello.

 

I think I figured out how to add the rule. I think its not working for me due to the doors being builtin. I messed around with the actual rule but I still dont think that its drilling the holes in the right place. I dont think Its calculating material thickness plus door offset.tip.jpgImage Enlarger

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Thank you.

 

Can you please point me to documentation that will tell me how to add this to the methods. I could not find it in the documentation section.

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Hi,

Please find XLM into ZIP file,

To applies link automatically per panels type you need to use fitting link sub-methods,

For more details please read this pages

https://wooddesigner.org/help-…..g-methods/

Cheers, Alex

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Hello.

 

Thank you. It seems like there is a problem with the xml file. I am having trouble downloading it. Can you please re upload.

 

As far as the cabineo. Thank you. Can you please tell me how to select one specific fitting for all the panels without selecting each individual part? Or even better can I select a few panel parts and mass apply the desired cabineo to them?

 

Thank you

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Hi,

– For Blum Tip-on, I have set it up for you to use with the rule Unique/Top; please find *.xlm you can restore in your libraries

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-For Cabineo, I have added all solutions

On the surface > Lamello/Cabineo/Milling/ext_top ( with milling in “cloud” ) or Lamello/Cabineo/Drilling/ext_top with 3 Drillings

Flush with the surface > Lamello/Cabineo/Milling-Flush/ext_bot or Lamello/Cabineo/Drilling-Flush/ext_bot

Flush cover cap > Lamello/Cabineo/Milling-Cap/ext_top/3D or Lamello/Cabineo/Drilling-Cap/ext_top/3D

You are free to choose fitting in function of your needs

I have joined a PDF from Cabineo Lamello

Hope that’s helpful, Alex

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Hello.

 

Can you please tell me how to add holes for the blum push to open (tip on) to the bottom faces of horizontal parts for inset doors so that I can use the push to open mechanism as a stop for the door. Also for the cabineo connector what is the default setting in your library. I would like to know how deep I need to bore the holes and the pocket for the cover. Cabineo has different options for flush, mounting and so on. I am worried that this height setting if not correct will cause alignment issues for the panel that this connects to. I have uploaded the pdf that outlines the options as well as the picture of the tip on mechanism.

 

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