PolyBoard allows you to add virtually any hardware or fitting to your projects you want. All the machining for CNC manufacture is included.

Use our ready made Quick Design hardware library, or add your own configurations. Either way, automatically apply your favoured hardware using our Quick Design methods.

In this video we will show you how to add hardware to your models using PolyBoard’s links feature, and within that the fitting link option.

As well as applying hardware to each panel in turn, we’ll show you how you can apply a manufacturing method to add hardware throughout your project in just one easy step.

Using Quick Design hardware fittings

How to use Quick Design to change all the hardware in a project with one click of your mouse.

For example, it becomes easy to change 8mm holes to 6mm across a piece of furniture or project without creating new hardware or a new method.

Using Quick Design placement rules

This video explains the Quick Design rules for hardware placement.

Please note, these hardware rules are now organised into folders.

Setting up Fitting Links sub-methods from scratch can be a long and error prone process.

This video shows how to use Quick Design libraries ready-made Fitting Links to add assembly details automatically to your projects.

Using the Quick Design hardware template

The latest version of the Quick Design libraries contains a special hardware set up template to make it far easier to create and position your hardware drilling patterns.

This video explains how use the template to set up your own hardware.

Hardware positioning

How to use the fittings function to move hardware positions independently of the placement rules.

Blum hardware set up

An overview of the Blum hardware featured in PolyBoard’s Quick Design libraries, including drawer sliders, hinges and various miscellaneous items.

As well as accurate machining for the hardware, placement rules are also configured. These rules can be modified if required.

Similar set ups are available for a whole range of other hardware brands.

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