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Ness

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July 5, 2018 - 7:52 am
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Hi Both,

Thanks Alex for this way of making this table.

Best regards,

Ness

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Hi,

Fortunately there is your cabinet Ness,

because I can not do it in one part...

i used free division to do this O_o, with nil double back,

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You have post reply few minutes before me yesterday 😉 All the best , Alex
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Hi Paul,

To make the crosses make the outer frame and then apply a "Thickness split" to the inner panel.

Then apply a framed assembly to each sheet :

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This will give correct cutting lists but assembly details and the shaped feet and cross pieces can't be done in Polyboard.

Hope this is helpful,

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Ness

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Good Day

 I am trying to design a table with Cross Beam legs. Is there an easy way to design the cross-beam legs?

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I have tried using the Intermediate Cross-Bar option, but it does not give me the option to place one bar in one angle and the other one in a divert angle.

Regards Paul

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