Wood Designer forum
January 20, 2017
Oh i’m sorry in reading this back I see that it wasn’t clear what I was meaning.
What’s happening is my dowel fittings are being centred in the panel which i have applied a thickness split to, and I was wondering if there is a way to apply the fittings to both panels of the split?
And in walking through this and trying to explain it better I have realised I have the solution. To not use a thickness split and instead just have 2 shelves which touch each other.
Attached 2 images of what I was getting, as well as my accidental solution should anyone else have this in the future:
January 20, 2017
To complete your work, you can select “N” to follow the split side (Underpassing / No priority panel).
Then specify you have surface split, (Green arrow)
If you have enough hings, you can already manage them by selecting the fitting number, move them or deactivate them. ( Pupule arrow)
I have a somewhat odd (for us at least) cabinet to make and need a little assistance to get it worked out.
A client has requested that we do full height doors, but we need to make the cabinet boxes as 2 seperate pieces due to material size & transport constraints.
My idea to be able to have the door run over 2 cabinets was to build a single cabinet that has thickness & surface splits so i’m still able to build it in cabinet mode and apply the doors across both.
Is there a way for me to have Polyboard put seperate fitting links across the thickness split instead of what it is currently doing where it puts it in the middle? Even just a quick workaround as I don’t imagine it’s something I’ll encounter too much.
Attached is a stripped down version of the cabinet to better visualise what I mean.