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michel melon
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July 5, 2019 - 8:15 pm
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Hi Tom

Here I add the reply from Jade on the subject 

Regards

Michel

Hello Tom,

Thank you for sending your cabinet file.

After analysis, we found that you did not use regular drilling at all in this design.

If it was the case, the below option, which prints only the dimensions of the first drilling
of each group, would have lighted your drawings, at least for drilling.

However, the current PolyBoard printing mode is definitely not prepared to handle such
a quantity of individual drilling and grooves on a single part.

Depending of feasibility, we may consider more printing options in the future.

Best Regards,

Jade Hatem

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June 28, 2019 - 12:13 pm
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Hi Alex,

Cabinet attached.

Regards

Tom

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Hi,

can you send me your cabinet to see if we can make changes in the print setting options,

All the best, Alexandre 

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June 28, 2019 - 9:39 am
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Hi,

Polyboard has created the manufacturing drawings for a recent project. On some of the panels there are many manufacturing details (holes, grooves etc). Because of the amount of details on the panels the drawing produced is difficult to comprehend. Please see attached drawing. 

Is there anyway to overcome this and/ or change the way the details are displayed?

Kind regards

Tom

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