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Sloped shoe shelves

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April 22, 2024 - 12:59 pm
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Hi Dean,

Please see your questions answered below. Let me know if you need further clarification on any of them.

1 & 2. There is currently no way to search the forum chats although you can search the help centre which can provide many answers. The best way to see previous forum chats is to scroll back through the history and peruse the chat names/labels.

3. The best way to add a shoe shelf like you have described is to first add your free division at the desired angle to the unit. Then, add another free division parallel to the existing one at the desired height of your front rail and “nill” this panel (see below image 1).

Next, add another free division into this space at the reverse angle (see below image 2).

Finally, you can do one of two things. You can move the front rail toward the front of the unit, change its priority to “overpassing”, and then nill the excess material (see below image 3).

Or, you can leave the priority as “under passing” and manually adjust the front recess to suit (see below image 4).


Let me know if you need further clarification.



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April 21, 2024 - 12:25 pm
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Hi folks,

  Got a couple of questions I want to ask on this thread as it may say me a bit of time going forward.

1) Is there any way to search for a particular topic? Seems daft reposting something that may already of been asked and i now buried.

2) Can I see a list of my created topics threads so I can keep up to date with answers?

3) Can someone help with some angled sloped shoe shelves I am trying to create? Please see pic below of what I am trying to achieve. I have sloped the shelp, split it and would like to rotate the end split 45°.

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