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Drawers into a slope top cabinet
June 30, 2018
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Sorry, no other way for the time being.

Cheers,

Ness

June 28, 2018
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Hi Ness

Yep, just the way I do it now, plus extending the drawer side up into the other volume…

Always wondered if there was another way.

Mark

June 28, 2018
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Hi Mark,

You can only put drawer boxes into volumes that have parallel top and bottoms.

So to build the box behind a sloped top you must first create a lower volume without the slope by inserting a nil shelf.

Then add a drawer to both volumes. This will create the drawer front without the box. To create the box you click into the lower volume and add a drawer. If you then make the inner box drawer front a nil panel you will have the correct cutting lists.

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Note that although you cannot make a drawer within a sloped topped volume, it is possible to make drawers with sloping sides that fit a sloping sided cabinet.

Hope this is helpful.

Ness

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Hi All

Does anyone have a workaround for adding a drawer into a slope top cabinet with the internal boxing as well, not just the drawer front?

I do have a workaround, but wondered if anyone else has a better one.

Mark

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