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Tom Cleaver

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September 27, 2019 - 11:56 am
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Hi Alex,

Thank you. That’s a very different method of creating cabinets. May take me a while to get my head round this…

Kind regards

Tom

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Hi,

Hello,

It took me a little time to understand how you had created your furniture,

Do not block this on the default cabinet elements

To do a Door overpassing use a fixed shelf instead of the Top

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to create double thickness shelves use triple surface split like with your 0.6mm panel

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and for the radius it’s best is to look at attached example

And apply the doors in local mode, 

I used a shelf with tenon and angle toolings

hope that’s helpful

Cheers, Alexandre

(If you can’t open this cab check your mail for another link)

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Hello,

I have a model where I need the doors to be inset to a faceframe on the sides but then also overlay the cabinet top and bottom. I have achieved this to a point with a groove on the doors although as can be seen its not quite right.

Also any idea why the hinge tooling is doing what its doing?

Secondly I would like the side panel to be housed into the thick face frame. I have attached a drawing of what I am looking to achieve. 

And finally is it possible to add the radius to the face frames i have on the side panels as per drawing?

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