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Alex
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September 28, 2021 - 12:15 pm
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Hi,

 

This is not a problem, but a solution especially for dividing cabinet with single-door, Polyboard can easily manage the fittings link of 2 separate areas

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I know it has been an issue for a long time. I am just trying to post the issues I see at the moment rather than ignoring them and working around them as we have been doing for the last few years.

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Hi,

I apologize if there is a problem of comprehension on my part, but it is indeed the case since Version 6

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I have been using a groove to get around the issue. It just seem odd that it doesnt act the same way as any other combination of panels in Polyboard. When something is over passing else where it does not split the panel in to two pieces.

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Hi,

 

After having done some tests on previous versions and by doubt, it was always the case

A piece that changes priority on another one cuts it in two, to avoid cutting another piece you have to use a tenon or a groove

 

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When putting in filler pieces using a double back in an external zone, especially if it is in the top of the unit you get unexpect results if the double back is over passing the side pieces.

 

In this case we want the double back to be flush with the outer edge of the side panels, here I would expect to use over passing but it is then also cutting the side panel into two pieces. Please can this be rectified - file is attached. This is when using 7.01a1

 

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