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Hi Sam and Alex,

Firstly a big thanks to Alex for his reply, in spite of the fact that he is not fluent in English.

The problem with using a double back is that you have to first divide the inner volume with a nil panel to be able to put the door beside it. It then becomes difficult to add shelves and hanging rails that extend into both volumes

One way to build this cabinet is to use a free shape that contains two lines aligned to form the front. One is defined as a side panel and the next a facade:

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The inner volume now remains intact and a hanging rail shelf will extend fully across the inside of the cabinet:

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Hope this is helpful,

All the best,

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Small bug when loading the file,

This is just one example 😉

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Thank you Alexandre

Thank looks right except for the rail I was talking about is a hanging rail to hang cloths on. But the fixed panel next to the door is correct. I just can’t figure out how to do it and the Polyboard file you attached opens as a blank box

Regards, Sam

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Hello,

I use a translator, I do not know if I understand correctly your request.

Here is an example of what I understood

A double backs as a left door with the retreats and overflow that it is right.

A right door with link on the top and bottom of the cabinet to represent the rail fixing system.

Regards Alexandre.

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Hi,

I’m struggling with designing a reach in wardrobe. basically instead of double opening doors, i need a single door on one side and a fixed panel on the other in place of a door (probably double back function). And with in the cupboard i need hanging rail right through. Fixed panel needs to be in line with the door and overpass the top, bottom and side. I can get this right with a nill panel separating but then i cant get the hanging rail to go right through.

Any advice for me on this would be greatly appreciated

Cheers

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