Inner Tooling Query|Forum|WOOD DESIGNER

Avatar
Search
Forum Scope


Match



Forum Options



Minimum search word length is 3 characters - maximum search word length is 84 characters
sp_Feed sp_TopicIcon
Inner Tooling Query
Avatar
Guest
13
February 16, 2018 - 2:01 pm
sp_Permalink sp_Print

Thanks Alexandre! smile

Avatar
Alex

Forum Posts: 1654
Subscriber Since:
January 20, 2017
sp_UserOfflineSmall Offline
12
February 16, 2018 - 1:44 pm
sp_Permalink sp_Print

Hi ,

For doing this you must use CAD soft. like Draftsight after export in DXF 

Draft.pngImage Enlarger

Regards, Alexandre

sp_PlupAttachments Attachments
Avatar
Guest
11
February 15, 2018 - 4:13 pm
sp_Permalink sp_Print

Yep, got it now! Thanks Alexandre! 

Also, are you able to advise on how I would be able to display the dimensions of the feature in door and also the measurements showing the position within the door, like permanent dimensions? Is this possible?

Thankyou!

Yelda laugh

Avatar
Alex

Forum Posts: 1654
Subscriber Since:
January 20, 2017
sp_UserOfflineSmall Offline
10
February 15, 2018 - 4:04 pm
sp_Permalink sp_Print sp_EditHistory

Hi,

I’ve returned your file edited, 

Keep me informed

nil.pngImage Enlarger

All the best, Alexandre

sp_PlupAttachments Attachments
Avatar
Guest
9
February 15, 2018 - 3:51 pm
sp_Permalink sp_Print

Hi Alexandre/Ness,

Many thanks for your response.

Yes, this is what I am trying to achieve and I managed to do this with Alexandre’s first description, however, when I try the surface split option I am unable to cut out the the split I need to delete. I don’t seem to have the ‘nil’ option to clear this. See my practice cabinet attached – am I missing something?

Many thanks!

Yelda

Avatar
Alex

Forum Posts: 1654
Subscriber Since:
January 20, 2017
sp_UserOfflineSmall Offline
8
February 15, 2018 - 8:04 am
sp_Permalink sp_Print sp_EditHistory

Hi ,

Big thanks to Ness, I see i still have some tricks to learn

I’ve given a solution in detail below,

Step 1 : Slack door (like first time)

OverStaknega.pngImage Enlarger

Step 2 : Surface split

SurSpl.pngImage Enlarger

Step 3: InnerTool

Innertool.pngImage Enlarger

Step 4: Edit material

MaterialCha.pngImage Enlarger

All the best, Alexandre

sp_PlupAttachments Attachments
Avatar
Ness

Forum Posts: 1939
Subscriber Since:
October 4, 2012
sp_UserOfflineSmall Offline
7
February 14, 2018 - 5:13 pm
sp_Permalink sp_Print

Hi Yelda and Alex,

I’m back in my hotel room after spending the day setting up a cnc and giving training, so I have a bit of time to look at the forum.

I’m not sure I understand correctly what Yelda is trying to do.

Is it something like this?

2d_010.pngImage Enlarger

3d_010.pngImage Enlarger

If so you can make the door over lap the cabinet side and then add an inner tooling that you set the material to non nill.

Then use surface split to cut the door overlap and make the right part nil.

I post the cabinet so you play with this.

If this is what you are trying to do I can explain a bit more in detail.

If not can you post a picture or drawing ?

All the best,

Ness

sp_PlupAttachments Attachments
Avatar
Alex

Forum Posts: 1654
Subscriber Since:
January 20, 2017
sp_UserOfflineSmall Offline
6
February 14, 2018 - 4:05 pm
sp_Permalink sp_Print
To date,  I know of no other solution

Maybe Ness can help you latter!

Can you post your project? with upload attachments boton wink


Thanks, Alexandre


Avatar
Guest
5
February 14, 2018 - 3:46 pm
sp_Permalink sp_Print

Yelda Ibrahim said
Hi Alexandre,

Thanks for your help (learnt something new!), however, I need this door strip/feature to be a separate piece altogether as this will be a different colour/material to the rest of door. From what I understood in demonstration is the door is still one whole piece which is not what I am trying to achieve. The example I attached is exactly what I want (a separate piece to the door) I just need it to be a longer width to the door. Can this be done? 

Thanks in advance!

Yelda  

Hi Alexandre,

I have actually just applied your example to a ‘new’ door and now I understand how this works. I added 3 inner tools to get shape of the edge of door as required, then selected relevant inner tooling after closed window and changed ‘yes’ to ‘no’ in section ‘nil’ which filled in the empty space I created in inner tooling. 

By doing this I now know I need to increase carcass size and then add ‘slack’ to door side based on this type of design. Have I got this right or is there another/better way of doing this without playing with the carcass size etc?

Also, am I able to get the dimensions of this separate piece within the door displayed to show exact positioning on door?

Many thanks!

Yelda

Avatar
Guest
4
February 14, 2018 - 2:44 pm
sp_Permalink sp_Print

Hi Alexandre,

Thanks for your help (learnt something new!), however, I need this door strip/feature to be a separate piece altogether as this will be a different colour/material to the rest of door. From what I understood in demonstration is the door is still one whole piece which is not what I am trying to achieve. The example I attached is exactly what I want (a separate piece to the door) I just need it to be a longer width to the door. Can this be done? 

Thanks in advance!

Yelda

Forum Timezone: Europe/London
Most Users Ever Online: 256
Currently Online:
Guest(s) 65
Currently Browsing this Page:
1 Guest(s)
Top Posters:
Tom Cleaver: 162
mark nichols: 160
brendan kavanagh: 136
Conor Devoy: 132
Duayne Naugle: 129
Stu Robertson: 104
Zaheer Abbas: 86
Robert Coxhead: 63
Ray: 59
dean price: 56
Newest Members:
Per Thorsen
karameck@yahoo.com.au
ANETTE PISANI
Luke Maendel
Kirk Everhard
Tanya Snyman
Meelis Rätsep
Namhay-Thinley
KonradK
Gernot
Forum Stats:
Groups: 2
Forums: 7
Topics: 2052
Posts: 11227

 

Member Stats:
Guest Posters: 4
Members: 236
Moderators: 0
Admins: 11
Administrators: Ness, Stefan, Michel, Carole, Alex, admin, Laly, ipatrick, Crystal, Fatima, Darren