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Conor Devoy

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November 28, 2022 - 3:50 pm
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Got it, thank you.

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Yes, 

The total height of the cabinet, including doors, should be 2580 mm.

 

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Hi Alex, 

 

I tried again and when I put -20 on top 1 and top 2 it does overpass the top y 20 but it does it by reducing the height of the cabinet.

Do I have to increase the height of my cabinet and then add the doors then overpass the cabinet with the doors reducing the cabinet back down.

If this is the case does the angle stay the same?

 

Regards and thanks,

 

Conor

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Hi Conor,

 

When manufacturing a Multi-Slope top, the overall dimension must always be considered.

 

With your doors overpassing, that's changing intersection position

 

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and it is then the overall height to be taken into consideration

2590-30+20

 

Hope that's helpful, Alex.

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Hi, I have a series of four cabinets under a stairs starting with a square topped cabinet and three more with sloped tops.

On the square top I have a 30mm upper strip but I don't seem to be able to put the top strip on the sloped cabinets.

My problem is I want to extend the doors upwards 20mm higher than the cabinets.

This is ok on the square topped cabinet as I have the 30mm strip to extend into however when I extend above the sloped cabinets it reduces the overall height of the cabinets by 20mm.

I tried to extend the sloped cabinet height by 20mm, add the door and overpass the cabinet with the door by 20mm but my gables don't match the original and my surface splits don't line up either.

Is there a way to do what I want i.e. 30mm upper strips on the sloped cabinets or doors 20mm higher than the cabinet without changing the cabinets?

 

Regards and thanks,

 

Conor

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