Grouping doors

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Grouping doors

Postby Jason Stephenson » Mon, Mar 26 2012, 5:17PM

I am trying to group door slabs but they are on three different carcasses the grain is running horizontal not verticle and also have a draw above a door and wanting to group them all together is this possible to do this we have 60 units to do and all of them are like this

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Re: Grouping doors

Postby Scott G Vaal » Tue, Mar 27 2012, 7:50AM

Jason Stephenson wrote:I am trying to group door slabs but they are on three different carcasses the grain is running horizontal not verticle and also have a draw above a door and wanting to group them all together is this possible to do this we have 60 units to do and all of them are like this


Jason,

You can only group door/drawers on a single cabinet. However, depending on your circumstances you might be able to group each cabinet and then filter only these items and nest them together on one sheet and get close or just right. If you post the assembly or job, we can take a look and give further suggestions or tips.
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Re: Grouping doors

Postby Jason Stephenson » Tue, Mar 27 2012, 3:58PM

Scott

I am still setting it out what i will do is once i have set it out i will forward it on to you

Thanks Jason

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Re: Grouping doors

Postby Scott G Vaal » Tue, Mar 27 2012, 4:01PM

Jason,

No problem, take all the time you need. When your ready, just attach and post.
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Re: Grouping doors

Postby Michael Moulton » Fri, Apr 27 2012, 10:53AM

Scot,

Can you give us a quick overview of how to group doors/drawer fronts on a single cabinet?

Thank you,

Michael

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Re: Grouping doors

Postby Scott G Vaal » Fri, Apr 27 2012, 12:41PM

Michael Moulton wrote:Scot,

Can you give us a quick overview of how to group doors/drawer fronts on a single cabinet?

Thank you,

Michael


1.) Load or create a cabinet that has slab doors and or drawer fronts (grain must match each other).
2.) Right-Click and select Group Parts (should see the Door/Drawer Front Group(s) dialog in upper left corner appear)
3.) Click on the doors and or drawer fronts you wish to be grouped (you will see them populate the list)
4.) Select done when finished.
5.) Save the cabinet.

Then you can write CNC or nest it and they will be kept together but spaced for the outline tool.
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Re: Grouping doors

Postby Michael Moulton » Mon, Apr 30 2012, 10:39AM

Scott

That is quick and easy.

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Re: Grouping doors

Postby Jason Stephenson » Sun, May 06 2012, 4:36PM

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Scott, here is the attachment of the doors i wanted grouped together they are all off different cabinets let us know if its not the file you are after

thanks Jason


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