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Dividing a wardrobe into separate carcases
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Ness

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August 27, 2015 - 1:03 pm
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Hi Bob,

There's no easy way to split a cabinet in 2.

The easy solution is to make 2 separate cabinets in Project mode and stick them together.

cheers,

Ness

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HI Terry

 

Im having the same issue, have you found out if there is an easy way for dividing the carcass in to two seperate ones ?

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Hi Terry,

No problem if you want open a topic on drawers. It'll be an interesting topic for everyone.

All the best,

Ness

 

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Cheers Ness

I will have a go at this tomorrow. I am a big fan of these little videos.....as you get to learn other bits and bobs as well 

as the topic subject. Ive had a look at the other videos on youtube etc. Thats a great range. Eventually you will have a video

to cover every question.

Ive had a quick look now at putting some drawers inside a cupboard. Would it be ok If I open up another topic at some point to

cover this topic exclusively as I think I'm going to need a fair bit of guidance on this.

 

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Terry

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Hi Terry,

It is possible to split a cabinet  into two parts but the best way is to use the project mode.

Project mode allows you to build cabinets on the fly and assemble them as you go.

In fact it's a very neat way of building any complex ensemble from simpler cabinets.

Click here for a short video that shows how this works

All the best

Ness

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Hi Ness

If I wanted to divide a taller type wardrobe into 2 separate carcasses for both design and construction.

is there a quick way to do this in the main design area. I.e without creating a project consisting of 2 separate cabinets.

If say I wanted a wardrobe of total height of 2300 but wanted a four door situation and the top and bottom carcass to be made 

separately at say 1800 x 500?

 

Also I can create a new project but Ive not found a way to import a cabinet? EmbarassedAny help.

 

With thanks

 

Tel

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