Sides are 1/4\" short at top?

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Sides are 1/4\" short at top?

Postby Ted Allen » Sat, Mar 17 2007, 8:03AM

Hi,
I have a corner cab from the standard cab library that I have developed.
The sides are supposed to be 30.5 in height. They are showing 1/4\" too short at the top. Face frame is correct at 30.5\".

This corner cab has a full top in it set flush to top of faqce frame but no matter what I do the sides are too short by 1/4\"

Thanks for any help
Ted

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Postby greg youngken » Sat, Mar 17 2007, 9:29AM

Hi Ted, I tried to duplicate this problem but can't. Is this a base or wall cab? have you double checked your construction settings in both the main and face frame editors?
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checked settings and

Postby Ted Allen » Sat, Mar 17 2007, 5:10PM

they are good. Checked another cab in this library and looked at settings and did the corner cab the same but it comes up 1/4\" short only on the right and left sides.
Cutlist shows it wrong also.

Thanks Greg,

Ted

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Postby Leo Graywacz » Sat, Mar 17 2007, 5:25PM

Try putting a 1/4\" into the offsets to compensate, you may need to use a negative 1/4\". Should correct the problem visually and in the nesting.

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Postby Joe Dusel » Sat, Mar 17 2007, 10:56PM

You might want to post the cabinet so we can see what you changes you have made.

Joe

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Postby Justin D Melhiser » Mon, Mar 19 2007, 9:56AM

Ted

Would you send me your cabinet to cabinets@thermwood.com so I can take a look at your files?

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Offending cabinet

Postby Ted Allen » Mon, Mar 19 2007, 7:36PM

Here is the files for this cab. All my other cabs I did not have to put offsets for the sides. Why this one?
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