Invisible cabinets

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Tom Nienow
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Invisible cabinets

Postby Tom Nienow » Wed, Apr 24 2013, 8:05AM

I have tried to associate a peninsula cabinet to a wall in custom layout, when I view the wall view, the cabinet doesn't appear. I deleted the cabinet the placed it in the room while viewing that wall, it appears in the overhead view but not the wall view. I am having the same issue with a couple of corner cabinets in the same job. I've got an awful lot of time in this design and don't want to start from scratch. What gives?

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Re: Invisible cabinets

Postby Scott Marshburn » Wed, Apr 24 2013, 8:13AM

Check The Build Direction of the wall It Is Possible That the Cabinet is on the back side of the wall
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Tom Nienow
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Re: Invisible cabinets

Postby Tom Nienow » Wed, Apr 24 2013, 8:20AM

Not the case, in the overhead view the cab is in the room

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Re: Invisible cabinets

Postby David Egnoski » Wed, Apr 24 2013, 8:32AM

Tom,

Post the job and I'm sure someone will be able to solve this for you.
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Dennis Englert

Re: Invisible cabinets

Postby Dennis Englert » Wed, Apr 24 2013, 9:44AM

"In the room" is not necessarily "In the Room". There is a solid line on one side of the wall that identifies the interior of the wall. If you draw your walls counter-clockwise, then the interior of the wall is outside of the room and your cabinet's, though seemingly inside the room, they are not. So Scott's question is valid.

If you attach the job file, then someone can take a look at it.


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