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July 3, 2018 - 8:01 am
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Hi Grover,

Sorry but there’s no way to tell the machinist which edges to do first.

For the information on straight or curved edging can you post a drawing of the different types of edge?

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Hi Syslab,

I’m not sure I understand your question here.

If you split a panel using surface split you can apply edging to the edge between 2 parts. You have to tick the Individualise Division Parameters button:

surface-split-edging.pngImage Enlarger

 

If your photo show 2 cabinets side by side, then you can edge around the top by choosing the link to left and right sides.

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Ness  

Hello Ness,

Thank you very much for the prompt reply.
The client wants a guild to identify which is straight edge and corner round. The machine operator wants further details on what sides to be edged first. Is there a way to achieve these requests?

Thank you so much,

Grover

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Hi Syslab,

I’m not sure I understand your question here.

If you split a panel using surface split you can apply edging to the edge between 2 parts. You have to tick the Individualise Division Parameters button:

surface-split-edging.pngImage Enlarger

 

If your photo show 2 cabinets side by side, then you can edge around the top by choosing the link to left and right sides.

Best regards,

Ness

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Hello everyone,

Is there any way to set edge‘ link priority like the way we set the joint between two panels?
I wonder if is it possible to hide edges on this case. (see attached)

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