Transposed edges in drw box designer

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Jeremy Schiffer
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Transposed edges in drw box designer

Postby Jeremy Schiffer » Wed, Feb 10 2016, 11:03AM

Go to the drawer box designer, load Std. drawer box.
Set drawer box bottom joinery to lock dado on all 4 edges.
Set KD/RTA max edge length to 100" on the left and right edges.
Click OK to return to editor.

Note which edges have been affected.

While we're at it, we would really like to have the full range of joinery options for drawer boxes that are available for cabinets, particularly the blind dado thru and lock dado thru... :mrgreen:
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Re: Transposed edges in drw box designer

Postby Ralph Balanik » Thu, Feb 11 2016, 1:32PM

Jeremy,
I loaded standard drawer and followed your instructions. The right and left edges were affected as they were expected to be. What issue are you having?

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Re: Transposed edges in drw box designer

Postby Jeremy Schiffer » Thu, Feb 11 2016, 2:35PM

Interesting, I get the same result on 2 different computers. I've attached an image to help clarify. Notice how the left edge and back edge are the parts that are affected by changing the max edge length settings for the left edge and right edge.
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Re: Transposed edges in drw box designer

Postby Ralph Balanik » Thu, Feb 11 2016, 2:55PM

Here is my picture. the only difference that I see is that you are using metric rather than imperial.
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Re: Transposed edges in drw box designer

Postby Jeremy Schiffer » Fri, Feb 12 2016, 8:36AM

Hm, the plot thickens. One of the two computers I tested on is set to imperial, so apparently that's not it either. I notice you have two RTA connectors on the left and right edges. With the huge Max Edge Length, you should only be getting one per edge. Are you sure you're not changing the Max Distance setting instead of the Single KD/RTA Max Edge Length? I've attached a picture to show which settings I'm changing to achieve the (un)desired result...
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Re: Transposed edges in drw box designer

Postby Ralph Balanik » Fri, Feb 12 2016, 11:01AM

Jeremy,
I misread your post and chose max distance instead of max edge. My apologies. Here is my new pic.
Drawer kdr problem.JPG


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