Camar Legs and Suspension blocks

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Camar Legs and Suspension blocks

Postby Mitch Cain » Sun, Aug 27 2006, 3:42PM

Anybody using these? They don't seem to be available through the program and I want to start using this system or the Blum system but again, I can't see them when ordering hardware - also, it would be nice to have a 3D image of the parts to use in my drawings...anyone got one?
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Postby BenRatt » Mon, Aug 28 2006, 11:13AM

I use the Camar legs and would also like a way to integrate them into the cabinets. Right now I just use a detached toe. I am going to start using the doweled design (right now I use the screw on). It would be very nice to have a preset way to just click on legs and have the part edits for the holes done automatically. They require a 10mm hole I think 5/8\" deep.

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Postby Mitch Cain » Mon, Aug 28 2006, 11:22AM

Bill Rutherford just made me aware that Hafele carries both the legs and the suspension blocks for hanging the cabinets on a rail - they are in the hafele catalog, but I don't see them in the eCabinets offering - how would we go about getting those added?

Looks like hafele also has cad drawings of some of their stuff - once I get an account set up with them online I'll post back and see if there are 3D files for the legs....
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Postby Joe Dusel » Mon, Aug 28 2006, 11:58AM

There are leg levelers, suspension brackets and hanging rails in the system. I use the Hafele products. There are also some Wood Technology versions in the system. There are more products in the software than on the web site. The software contains a wider variety of Hafele levelers.

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Postby Mitch Cain » Mon, Aug 28 2006, 12:00PM

what categories are you looking under to find these Joe? I thought I looked pretty well but I didn't see them...how do you get to them from within ecabs?
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Postby Joe Dusel » Mon, Aug 28 2006, 12:44PM

It's under Cabinet and Furniture Supplies / Levelers /Hafele or Cabinet and Furniture Supplies/Misc/Hafele. Of course you probably know you have to select the shopping cart and select Add Components first.

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Postby Mitch Cain » Mon, Aug 28 2006, 12:45PM

Um....sure!....I knew that.... :oops:

Thanks Joe! :wink:
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Postby Jay Waters » Wed, Dec 20 2006, 7:47AM

Has anyone had any luck in locating the 3d files that we could use in ecabs ? I have recently started using these legs and hanging brackets and really like them and would like to be able to use them within ecabs. Thanks....

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Postby Nick M Singer » Wed, Dec 20 2006, 8:04AM

I use the Blum Suspension hook and use a KD fitting with an associated hole pattern to cut the hole in the backing that lets the hook through.

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Postby Frank Shic » Thu, Dec 21 2006, 6:46PM

Ben, the doweled camar leveling legs require a 15mm hole - the 10mm refer to the dowel. I found this out the hard way several months ago!


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