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June 20, 2016 - 4:38 pm
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Those two wardrobes one bigger With 3 led lights above on a motion sensor and smoller without doors.

thanks.

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June 20, 2016 - 4:25 pm
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That are commode and bookcase With 2 sliding door.

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June 20, 2016 - 4:19 pm
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Thanks very much for posting the finished projects and Polyboard 3D screenshots too. Great to see them.

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June 20, 2016 - 4:15 pm
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Hi, Thanks Stefan for you sent e-mail back to me , that led me so i can resize files myself.
All Project -Kitchen cabinets, bookcase, commode, and 2 wardrobes were done for one client

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June 19, 2016 - 5:36 pm
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Hi Stefan, Ness, Michal, and everyone at the forum.
I have finished those furniture 2 months ago.
During manufacturing process i have done some amendments, like extra uprights in cabinet With folding doors. I used jigs for dowels and minifix, so I did not included it in polyboard Project.It vas very important to me to check dimentions of doors and drawers because I installed aluminum handles(2 mm), which changed size and slack between doors and drawers.All fronts are done to a high gloss.
Width of bookcase was 360 cm so I divided into three parts 120 cm. each.I instaled 2 sliding doors so the middle part could be opened.
In order to increase strenght of shelves, I used as the back 10 mm laminate, and scruedfrom the back side.

Under I Attached photos of polyboard Project I ve sent customer before he agreed and finished cabinets.

thank you Stefan for you help, all the best Tomasz.

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March 11, 2016 - 10:55 am
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Hi Tomasz, Polyboard Lite is limited to rectangular cabinets only, so L shapes and boxing (and sloping walls and tops for example) are not possible. You would need a Polyboard Pro for this. The only other difference is that Polyboard Pro comes with hardware management, Lite doesn’t, but it sounds like you wouldn’t be needing that anyway. All the best, Stefan

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March 10, 2016 - 5:08 pm
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Hi Michal,
Yes thats right but step by step my skills with polyboard go up and next project or model i will try to set up fitting links and edging method.
I work in traditional workshop so we use jigs to fix dowels or any other hardware.
I have done in this project lots of mistakes – especially in the position of drawers and doors fronts slack.
I have question for Stefan – Does polyboard lite Version work with L shapes cabinet or only Box cabinet, and is it possible to use unboxing option.

thankswink, Tomasz

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March 9, 2016 - 9:55 pm
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Hi Tomasz,

I just had a quick overview on your project. It is nicely set up and I think that the cutting list sent by Stefan can help you a lot in your work. It can even be more helpful if you set up edging method, fitting links… depending of how you work (CNC or traditional workshop). Especially the edging method , because Polyboard can give you net dimensions of your panels, without the thickness of your edge if there is some.

Cheers,

Michal

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March 9, 2016 - 6:59 pm
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Ah, Dortmund, I’ve got family there! Glad showing the 3D helped close the deal with your client. Let us know if you need help interpreting the calculations or have any queries. It should be very accurate, but as I’m sure you’ve seen, there are lots of different ways you can set things up.

Taking the time to make sure things mirror your way of working is well worth the time though…makes for a very efficient workflow in the long run. Cheers, Stefan

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March 9, 2016 - 6:52 pm
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Thank you Stefan for your quick response, I will check and compare these with classical calculations. Overview of material (it is very useful) on wooddesigner and Just learning polyboard and stair designer, by the way this Project will be installed in Dortmund – I`ve caught a customer beacouse demo Version helped me to show good Project in 3D.
thank you very much again, Tomasz

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