Wood Designer forum
October 4, 2012
Adding the structure of your drawer backs with the inner tooling to the structures library, my Polyboard doesn’t crash but I can’t seem to be able to restore the structure to another panel from the library.
This is probably an actual limit of Polyboard, the structures libraries are very complex and we are still working on them to get them to work in all circumstances.
However, adding these cutouts and drilling the back of the drawers is better done using a Fitting link.
In this way you can apply the link through a Fittings link submethod and the drawers will always come with the right machining.
I attach your model with the submethod that you can restore to your own libraries.
Another way to set up the Tandem box is to have the drawer back flush to the bottom so that you don’t have to cut the notch in the corners.
All the best,
October 4, 2012
I added some inner tooling to the back of a drawer to accept Blum tandem slides with the locking feature. This consists of 2 notch’s and 2 holes in the lower bottom corners. When I try to add this to the structures library, I can copy the structure and give it a name, but when I hit ‘OK’ the program crash’s. When I try to restart the program, it gives me a “problem opening …… library” error.
I have now reinstalled the program 3 times and it still does the same thing once I try to add the structure to the library. I have added structures before and never had this problem. Is it due to being part of the drawer? All the other structures have always been to the outside ie: doors / notch’s for plinth’s.