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Miter Joints / Edge angle data
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Hi Rafal,

The edge angle is printed on the project print out:

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and also drawn into the dxf file of the part.

The edging material is calculated at it’s maximum length.

Hope this is helpful,

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Rafal Meckovski said
Hi Ness,

As on attached image: Example of how we would specify edging for this panel would be: 1 – 2mm ABS, 2 – 2mm ABS, 3 – [some amount of degrees, for example: 15°], 4 – no edge. All of this information I need on an Excel sheet. My question: where within the program can I find the information about this edge angle?

P.S. The wardrobe on this image is sloped wardrobe.pb-cab from Quick Design Libraries.  

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Hi Ness,

As on attached image: Example of how we would specify edging for this panel would be: 1 – 2mm ABS, 2 – 2mm ABS, 3 – [some amount of degrees, for example: 15°], 4 – no edge. All of this information I need on an Excel sheet. My question: where within the program can I find the information about this edge angle?

P.S. The wardrobe on this image is sloped wardrobe.pb-cab from Quick Design Libraries.

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Hi Rafal,

I don’t really understand your question;

are you asking if you can get drawings or indication of the 45° angle on the edging materials?

Polyboard will calculate edging the same length as the total board length, so if a board is 1m long and mitred the edging will always be 1m too.

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I am having a problem with exporting the data about the egde angles. Lets say I have a miter joint and I want to export the data about the edge angles for the cutting list. How do I do that?

My work-around for now was to create an egde material, call it “45°” and create an edge style sub-method. It works for 90° joints but what about if I have non-90° angles?

Thanks in advance. wink

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