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May 22, 2014 - 5:32 am
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Hi Terry,

For side scribes have you seen this video on adding fillers?

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May 18, 2014 - 8:31 pm
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Hi Terry,

Here’s a short video that I made for setting up kick frames:

All the best,

Ness

 

That works great thanks Ness, I just made my first plinth! Do you have a way to do something similar for side scribes for when furniture is built up to a wall?

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Hi Terry,

Here’s a short video that I made for setting up kick frames:

All the best,

Ness

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March 13, 2014 - 2:13 pm
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Thanks Ness

Double back then leaves no option to insert dividers!

Ive worked around it by putting a divider in first and then added a door to the front part.

First time I’ve swung a door on a 70mm plinth!! and I wouldn’t  want to do it in real life, but the workaround has 

left me with an easy plinth now (easily adaptable) for all my projects as saves all that messing around in future.

That is the flexibility of the software……just take a bit of imagination and you can get everything set up the way you like.

 

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Hi terry,

Just add a double back or vertical division at 0 from the front.

I attach an example with a division but it’s easier to use a double back.

All the best,

Ness

 

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Hi Ness

I’m not keen on the way Polyboard deals with plinths (its too much aggro and time) Ive tried to make a workaround by just

creating a cabinet to represent future plinths, sizing it to a realistic size which easily Is changeable for each project. Ive removed

the top and bottom components as they are not needed. The problem is I have no front part (which is where the doors would

normally go! Is there a way for me to add this front part? I can add diveders etc.

 

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