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Outside Corner Cabinet

Postby Troy Hollinshead » Fri, Nov 14 2014, 1:04PM

Not sure how to word my issues, But basically I started with a corner cabinet removed the left and right sides. I am using the left back of the cabinet as the back and then using the right back as my right side. But no matter what I seem to do I cannot duplicate the cabinet as a mirror image. I cannot seem to change the way the back overlap each other. and the cabinet on the far right I cannot get to sit on the wall correctly. The doors and toe kick is a seperate issue. Am I going about this all wrong? Im attaching the .esj file maybe someone can decipher what my problem is. Any help would be great.

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Re: Outside Corner Cabinet

Postby Scott Marshburn » Sun, Nov 16 2014, 3:51PM

Hi Troy,
I was able to place the cabinet in question by using the rotate tool. I then made sure that the cabinet was associated to the wall. I Disassociated the other cabinets from the wall then in elevation mode I set the cabinet to be 0 distance from the right end of the wall. I went back into the overhead view and clicked to the cabinet to the left if the corner cabinet and clicked on the corner cabinet this gave me the distance that I set in move increments for objects for example 3 15/16 then I moved it over by holding down the shift key and taping on the left arrow key.
You might have better luck placing this cabinet if you made a right version of it. For example make the left back the long side and the right back the short side. As far as the overlap issue I recommend checking the option to mightier 90 deg. Corner. This way you can either mightier the backs or cut the one you choose for the overlap.
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Re: Outside Corner Cabinet

Postby Troy Hollinshead » Sat, Nov 22 2014, 2:18PM

Thanks for the help! I did end up getting it by using a standard frameless cabinet and removing the right end on one of them. On the other one I removed the left end. Drew the shapes in autocad and saved the .dxf's. Then used the part editor to cut the shapes.
Thanks again.
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Re: Outside Corner Cabinet

Postby Scott Marshburn » Sat, Nov 22 2014, 2:25PM

No problem Troy. I am glad that I could help
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