Wood Designer forum
October 4, 2012
As you say libraries and manufacturing methods are a very powerful aspect of Polyboard and will require a few series of videos to explore.
It’s for sure that I haven’t actually got a lot of spare time but making some videos on library and methods is certainly near the top of my list.
Polyboard provides us with an enormous number of resources, but as with many things it’s the “how they work” but more “how to use and organise” these resources that requires thought.
But be patient and don’t despair I’ll certainly get round to setting up some advanced training after we have finished the launch material.
All the best,
When you’ve got a spare minute (which is probably never) I’d love some more videos on hardware and the libraries etc
To be honest……..the most practical advice that I am after is where to start with the libraries and methods and sub
methods. Whist this is where the power of the software clearly lies……..I really need a some explanation of the best approach
of where to start with it. I find myself dabbling in the libraries etc but need some heads up on best methods.
Mounting plate 173L8100
mounting plate system: CLIP
Shape of mounting plate: Cruciform
Spacing: 0 mm
Finish: nickel plated
Fixing: with pre-mount. syst. screws
distance between fixing positions: 32 mm
distance cabinet front edge to first fixing position: 37 mm
diametre of fixing holes: 5 mm
drilling depth of fixing holes: 11.5 mm
Mounting plates height adjustment: with elongated hole
CLIP top Profile door hinge 71B9550
Opening angle: 95deg
Cranking: Overlay application
Boss assembly: Screw-on
Boss material: Steel boss
Closing mechanism: with spring
Side adjustment: +/- 2 mm
Depth adjustment: + 3/- 2 mm, convenient with spiral screw
Blum have many more but these are the ones I use often. Its really just to get an idea of the best way to approach adding
basic hardware and Im sure I can then add further hinges in time myself
October 4, 2012
Would you be able to do a short video (at some point) on setting up Blum Clip on hinges 107 degree which is what I use all the time.
I’d like to be able to then make it up in my hardware library for future.
Or am I being silly and should just watch your videos and work it out for myself?