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In Cabinet Mode you design a single piece of furniture. In Project Mode you create the environment (normally the room layout) of your project. You are then able to quickly position, move and modify individuals units within it. Project Mode is great for 3D presentations and assembly plans, and to check your project is workable in situ. It also allows you to build more complex units in smaller parts, so they are easier to design and manufacture. Note: please watch the Quick Design Toolbar videos on the Getting Started page first. These cover many of the basic commands in Project Mode.

Adding cabinets to your project

Drop new cabinets into a room layout, measure and resize to fit the space you’re working with exactly. Note, Polyboard...

Fillers

Fillers are used to bridge the gap between walls and fitted furniture. Often, it’s a good idea to make your...

Plinths

As well as adding a plinth to a single cabinet in Cabinet Mode, you can add plinths below multiple cabinets...

Worktops

How to add a worktop or countertop across multiple cabinets in Project Mode. Editing options include the ability to adjust...

Cover panels

In Project Mode you have the ability to add cover panels in front, behind or to the side of your...

Move and rotate models

It’s easy to use the clipping function to position your cabinets in a project. However, sometimes you need finer control....