Training Update: 18th March 2015

Training Updates

Hi everyone!

Welcome to a new Training Update.

We’re creating new videos, templates and other training all the time. To help our members quickly find out what’s new, we use this series of Training Updates on our Blog.

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Latest Training & Resources

1. Free Shape Cabinets

How to use the Free Shape function to create irregular shaped pieces of furniture. In this example, we create a cabinet that follows an angled wall. A good way to get the correct co-ordinates to set this up is in a CAD programme, which we run through here as well. – click here

2. Spiral Stair

StairDesigner does have a useful helicoidal command for certain circumstances, it is limited. Instead, this options uses the multi flight stair commands – click here

3. Importing materials from Polyboard to OptiCut

The best way to set up OptiCut from your Polyboard libraries – click here

4. Quick Hanging Rail

A very quick and simple way to set up hanging rails in pieces of furniture for presentation purposes – click here

5. Edging on Sandwich Panels

Polyboard doesn’t directly put edging on a sandwiched panel. This work round shows you how to do it – click here

6. Edging with Assembled Panels

Alternative method for adding edging to assembled panels using a library. Quicker in the long run than the method in the preceding video – click here

7. Upper Strips on Sloping Panels

Polyboard doesn’t immediately let you add an upper strip onto a sloping top. Instead, this method works by adding a free division and double back – click here

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