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Alex

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May 2, 2023 - 11:45 am
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Hi,

 

To try to keep it simple it will be more visible with a panel with a grain direction

in conventional mode as the cabinet sub-method ( as default part ar oriented “Along cabinet Height”)

Right edge as front edge, (in direction of CN ref)

but for plinth as default are oriented in “Maximum capable dimensions” (most of time equals to “Alon cabinet Width”)

and in this case top edge are in CN ref direction

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And you can change direction of plinth by changing axe “reference axis” to “Along cabinet height”

and like other parts it is the right edge as front edge

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Hope my explaine helpful, Alex

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Zaheer Abbas

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May 2, 2023 - 10:17 am
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Thank for your help,

What if we have a plinth, it dont have front edge.

But it has:  floor, bottom, left side , right side .

 

Which side will be on origine?

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April 28, 2023 - 12:33 pm
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Hi,

 

In horizontal mode, the parts are always on the same direction.

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Depending on your machine origin, the front edge will be towards the machine origin

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Or in opposite by selecting the PosrPro option “invert rotation”

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I don’t have any biesse software to take screenshots, but I have tested the common cabinet so you can check it.

 

Cheers, Alex

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Zaheer Abbas

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Here is a cabinet uploaded. Where u can see the part name top, it need horizontal drill on 3 side. So sometimes when we send to the skipper machine, 1 side with horizontal drill, will be where the clamp hold the panel, so it can nit make the drill.

I need it always to not use that side for horizontal drill

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April 28, 2023 - 9:38 am
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Hi,

 

In order to answer you better, would it be possible for me to upload a cabinet

 

Cheers, Alex

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Zaheer Abbas

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April 28, 2023 - 8:57 am
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Dear sir

We have skipper 130 biesse machine 2011.

It work on 5 side. The side number 6 , where the clamp hold the panel, can not work horizontaly.

How can i adjust the post in polyboard, to never give me horizontal drill on side of clamps, even if we have only 1 horizontal side to drill or 2 or 3

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