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Shelf/rear double back - clash/error/bug (urgent)
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September 3, 2021 - 1:09 am
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Hi Connor,

 

The current latest version 7.07 is solving this issue. eventual new features will be on the forum soon. 

 

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Hi,

 

i've seen comments that there has been some further updates. Has this been resolved in these new versions? I currently have 7.06F. Do you have a list of what's been updated, as it's not appearing on the update page posts that Stefan used to do?

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Hi Connor,

 

this will be solved in our next release but we have no timeframe yet on this release 

 

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Hi Michel,

did the developers get anywhere with this fix?

 

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Hi Connor,

 

As explained. the problem occurs when your double backs are positioned in the extremities. 100% and 0%. It does work with the 2 top shelves as the Dbacks are on  0% and 100 % only on the front side and not the backside.

 

The bottom shelf is on 0% and 100% for both Dbacks. So you have to move one of them to 99.99%. In your case, it is to be done on the Dback in the back. This will take away the clash.

 

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Ok Michel, thanks for your help. Hopefully the developers can find a solution, as it worked before!

See attached file from previous when Ness converted a file for me, I cut this out a month ago and it fit perfectly.

It appears to be working correct on the middle/top shelves (no clashes). Not on the bottom shelf though, maybe because of the latest update?

This was from 30th March, if that helps..

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Hi Connor,

 

Yes, this happens when you have 2 double backs on the same shelf. The first one will work but adding a second one will create the problem. And indeed the solution given by the developers is solving the problem.

 

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Thanks for the feedback. I tried to do this on my laptop and couldn't replicate the same issues, so this is very strange!
Not had this problem before either.

If you try do a simmilar unit, do you get the same outcome Michel?

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Hi Connor,

 

Here is the reply from the developers

 

This is due to the simultaneous presence of 2 double-backs in extreme positions (0% and 100%).

An easy method to get around this limitation is to move the second double-back by a very small
distance (a shift of 0.001 mm will be enough to generate the cut out).

We shall take a deeper look at this situation, and see if we can bring an improvement.

 

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Hi Connor,

 

I did request it. This was to help you out on this one. I keep you informed

 

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Hi Michel,

 

that doesn't seem like a solution really if i have to do that for every unit i design. It's never done this before on my previous designs, which are the same set up. Can you ask dev team to look into it please?

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Hi Connor,

 

It seems the link is not working when overpassing the double back compared to the fixed shelf. The solution however is to select the fixed shelf and put a recess of the thickness of the double back in reference to the back. 

 

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See attached correct file (ref: rear double back/shelf clash)

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Appologies, i've sent the incorrect PB file across! I will forward the correct version tomorrow to review.

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Hi Connor,

 

Is this the result you want to achieve?

 

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Hi Michel, 

 

the double back at the front sits within the groove and adjusts the shelf, so the shelf sits 12mm further in so they don’t clash. 

The double back at the back with red circle is doing the same. However, the shelf has not reduced by 12mm. So the double back won’t go on because the shelf comes past where the double back sits. 

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Hi Connor,

 

This is not very clear to me. I do not see this in the PB file?

Can you be more specific?

 

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I have created a shelving unit today and only noticed when i cut it out that the rear double back has not reduced the shelf so it clashes. It's not affected at the front, the shelf has been brought inside of the double back.

 

See attached file and image. Black circle area is fine, red circle is where the clash is.

The shelf needs to sit inside the recess like at the front.

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