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brendan kavanagh

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February 8, 2023 - 12:47 pm
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Thank you both for replies 

Caroline

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February 8, 2023 - 11:40 am
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Hi,

To complete Michel’s answer, you can set the chamfer option to ignore in PostPro.

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This exported the pieces in dimension capable maximium

 

Cheers, Alex

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February 7, 2023 - 11:30 pm
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Hi Caroline,

 

The part is outputted on its largest geometry. So, in fact, you are going to cut it square as the CNC is not able to cut an angle. You can look in your documents afterwards as your angles get indicated so that you can cut these angles manually after the CNC cutting.

 

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Michel 

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Hi Alex

Brendan has a question see unit attachd i have done

Top 1 and top 2 has mitre joints we cant do this on cnc can we? we want them square (eg underpassing or overpassing like rest of unit) but with the same dimensions 

 

Thanks Caroline 

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Hi Alex

yes video helpful as always 

Thanks Caroline 

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February 7, 2023 - 12:16 pm
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Hi, 

 

Hope this video helpful,

Remember, if the door is included in the total dimension, to include it in the cabinet dimension. 

This will then also increase the start of the slope

For example, with an 18mm door and a 2mm slack in depth, the start of the slope would be 190+20 = 210mm

 

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Hi

We want to design a unit with a slope at the back to suit the ceiling 

I have attached a sketch of unit hopefully all info on sketch, how would we do this? Can you advise and send me video please 

Thanks Caroline 

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