Joints

Link parameters describe the relationship between adjacent panels, including doors, drawers and the front of the cabinet. You can adjust these parameters to accommodate a huge range of construction methods and joint types.

Links overview: assembly details between panels

Links describe the join between 2 panels that are neighbours to each other. Links apply to the outer panels of...

Link priority: overpassing, underpassing and mitre joints

The link priority setting is one of the parameters that allow us to edit the nature of the link or...

Overlapping joint (overpassing panels only)

If you set the link priority of a panel to overpassing, you have the option to add an overlap, which...

Recess joint (underpassing panels only)

In this video we’ll create a recess joint, which allows us to add a gap between two panels. It’s not...

Groove joint / rebate joint (underpassing panels only)

In this video we’ll show you how to create a groove joint. The first step in the process is to...

Mortise and tenon joint / tongue and groove joint (underpassing panels only)

The mortise and tenon feature is really a feature for creating tongue and groove joints, with a shoulder to hide...

Halving joint

How to add a halving joint assembly to your cabinets. For extra flexibility the second panel you add to complete...

Apply a chamfer

In this video we’ll see how a chamfer is applied to a cabinet and how you can modify it. A...

Adding slack to grooves in Polyboard

How to use the Groove and Oversizing sub-method to add slack to your groove joints to make assembly easier.