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Tom Cleaver

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July 2, 2019 - 9:30 pm
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Hi Ness,

I’m still confused as to how the details of the groove in the rail parts (to accept the centre panel) are dimensioned on the polyboard drawings? As the attachments I sent show there are no details about the width or depth of this groove.

And it is this groove that I would also expect to be costed the same as the groove in the sides of a drawer box (that is detailed for width and depth).

The door parts in my structure are all panels and not bar.

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Tom

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Hi Tom,

In the actual versions Polyboard only calculates assembly details for panel materials.

Bar materials are not taken into account.

To get the drawings and details of frames you must set the material type to Panel.

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The Mortise & Tenon in price calculations in reality refers to tongue and grooves between panels. 

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and not the mortise and tenons in frames.

I don’t know what the “machined sections only” refers to, I’ll ask the developers and get back to you.

Cheers,

Ness

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Any thoughts?

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Hi,

I have notice that when applying a panelled library structure to a door/ drawer front etc the groove in the frame parts that accommodate the centre panel are not detailed in the tooling costings or dimensioned in the part drawing (they are shown but with no details). This is not the case with grooves in drawer sides that are both dimensioned and included in tooling costs as grooving.

Please can you let me know how the groove in the frame parts can be dimensioned and costed as a groove just as it is for drawer sides.

I am also a bit confused that when using the mortice and tenon in the panelled structure it shows this a grooving and profiling in the tooling costs. However there is a function under tooling costs to calculate mortice and tenons, but this isn’t used in the panel structure.

Also what is the difference between whole section and machine sections only?groove1.jpgImage Enlarger

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Tom

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