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Face Frame
May 29, 2016
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Ness said
Hi leo,

I’m not very sure that I understand exactly what you are trying to do but you might find it easier to use double backs to build the frame.

I attach a model as an example.

In anycase Polyboard will not be good at face frames until we develop a specific module.

All the best,

Ness

Hi Ness, Sorry for the confusing on the cabinet. I understand that Polyboard currently has a quick fix for face frame. I see what you did on the cabinet. Thank you helping!!!!!  What I was trying to get is the face frame stile  and the bottom rail increasing them to be flush with the inside of the cabinet, as in the current layout the face frame is flush with outside of the cabinet. Thank you for clarifying, I’ll have to wait for when the face frame module will be add in the future.

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Hi leo,

I’m not very sure that I understand exactly what you are trying to do but you might find it easier to use double backs to build the frame.

I attach a model as an example.

In anycase Polyboard will not be good at face frames until we develop a specific module.

All the best,

Ness

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Here is what I started learning from the video, i think it right

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Hi Leo,

Please post the Polyboard cabinet so that I can have a look at how you set it up.

All the best,

Ness

May 24, 2016
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I build a cabinet that is 31 inch tall and 22 width and 12 inch depth. if you look at the picture it shows that the plywood is the same length of the face frame. confusedif the top and bottom of the face frame should be smaller, then that would make the face frame smaller by 3/4 for both, bring a 3/8 inside the cabinet for both sidecab.JPGImage Enlarger

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Hi Leo,

Can you post a drawing with a few dimensions of what you want?

All the best,

Ness

May 24, 2016
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If the plywood is 3/4 and the face frame is 1 1/2 making the face frame 3/8 inch from the outside of the plywood, is there a way of create this type face frame for the left and right size of the cabinet? I notices that in the video that the plywood and face frame are the same size, should the plywood be same size of the cabinet not the size of the face frame( 31 cabinet size and face frame 32confused)?

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Hi Leo,

Here are a few videos that show different ways of setting up Face frames in Polyboard.

Note that actually Polyboard doesn’t have a real face frame function and these are just work arounds.

We are hoping to publish a version with face frame management later this year.

All the best,

Ness

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When building cabinet door’s with a face frame, how to inlay the doors? it look that I only can create the door over the face frame.

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