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May 16, 2018 - 6:55 am
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Hello Hung Vu,

I see you got a lot of replies ūüėÄ Please ignore my solution i posted in another thread (with edge tooling). My solution is only relevant for generating optimal Holzher’s .hop files, Michael¬īs or Ness¬īsolution you should be implementing – it is much easier.

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May 15, 2018 - 6:01 pm
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Hi everyone,

Here’s a quick video :

cheers,

Ness

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May 15, 2018 - 4:09 pm
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Hi Hung

it is possible to create. Just learn to play around with shapes in the inner tooling library and shift them into place so that you only use a part of the needed shape.

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You can also create your own inner tooling by drawing in cad what you need and load the dxf as a new inner tooling via Library/ + sign to add a inner tooling shape . You will be able to load your file from your computer and name the inner tooling. You can now use it on your doors 

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Michel

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May 14, 2018 - 4:33 pm
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Hello sir,

 I have another design front of drawer Рand i practiced about INNER TOOLING РSo i can not find a mode like this. Can you help me, please?

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Thank you

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May 6, 2018 - 1:48 pm
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Hi Hung,

ofcourse you can do that. Polyboard starts in the quick design mode. You can create your own sub methods and manufacturing methods . For this I would like to advise you to look at all videos we have on the site to this subject. 

https://wooddesigner.org/suppo…..rd-videos/

You can adapt manualy¬† the assembly’s as below¬†

When you add a drawer you need to select assembly first.

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This will open a window where you can define the width ( lateral slack) , the heigth by using by using a top reference , the depth bij using the back reference. Also you can choose which element you want to have or not 

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regards

Michel

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May 5, 2018 - 4:06 pm
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Hello Mr Michel

Thank you so much, you are my master. I can do that easy

By the way, if you don’t mind please help me one more problem: I want to set inside drawing (drawing defaut so hight) i want to set for my style about drawing (left – right side and back inside drawing shorter) – mean: adjust height – width – depth of insside drawing

I can do that?

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Hi Hung,

A better way is to use the surface split as this is also working on doubble doors 

first you make the 45 degrees

then you select the drawer front and use structure/surface split

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You set 0 percentage on position and select a slack as you wish. This slack will reduce the front height and so create the flat surface you need. As your angle is 45 degrees means that the slack you use will define also the flat face width. So a slack of 4mm means a flat width of 4mm.

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The result is now as below and you have to define the slack to the top panel. This defines the heigth of the drawerfront. I took -4mm to keep a 3mm slack from the top panel. 

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Pay attention to your cabinet height. When you use the slack to reposition the door or drawer height it impacs the volume. So in this case if  you need a cabinet height of 700 mm you have to set it to 704 mm to reach the initial height of 700 mm. This is only when you do not use a upper strip.

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Michel

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Hi,

I am try and it’s ok to Door but can not with drawing still 45 degree for all thickness panel (i don’t know what’s wrong)embarassedInner-tooling.PNGImage Enlarger

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Hi Hung

I made a small video to show how it is done. 

regards

Michel

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May 4, 2018 - 12:39 pm
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1 Add door and select it

2 edit inner tool as picture

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3 angle an slack (slack to be ajust as you need)

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All the best, Alex

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