Upper angle end cab

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Re: Upper angle end cab

Postby Damon Nabors » Sun, Dec 30 2007, 12:26PM

Ok, One more question about these built in coffee cup holders?? :beer: or maybe you hang the handle of your beer mug on them???
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Re: Upper angle end cab

Postby DanEpps » Sun, Dec 30 2007, 3:21PM

Damon Nabors wrote:OK, Dan

Here's another question. Assuming you wanted adjustable shelves on this corner cabinet. I can get the holes on the left side, but what about the holes that would need to be drilled on the back?


That's up to you and the Part Editor. :wink: If you do something like this often, save the hole layout as an x_t file and you can reuse it when needed.

As for your "cup holders", that's pretty cool. I got the same thing when I changed to blind dado construction but they went away when I changed all right side construction to butt. Remember, to change an existing shelf you must go into the Shelf/Partition Editor and select all shelves/partitions to be changed before going into Construction Settings.

Those things must be some miscalculated tenons??? If right side construction is butt before adding the shelves it doesn't happen.

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Re: Upper angle end cab

Postby Rick Palechuk » Sun, Dec 30 2007, 3:30PM

I think that's something for the wish list.

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Re: Upper angle end cab

Postby DanEpps » Sun, Dec 30 2007, 3:59PM

Rick Palechuk wrote:I think that's something for the wish list.


Holes in the back?

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Re: Upper angle end cab

Postby Rick Palechuk » Mon, Dec 31 2007, 2:50AM

You bet Dan, AWMAC standards require mid shelf support on cabinets over 24" wide. How do you router guys deal with this issue?

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Re: Upper angle end cab

Postby Brian Shannon » Mon, Dec 31 2007, 11:29AM

I would make a butt joint between the left end and the back, then cut 2 left ends and no back. You may need to rip 3/4" off of one of those to use it as a back but it works.


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Re: Upper angle end cab

Postby Damon Nabors » Mon, Dec 31 2007, 12:27PM

Good Idea.
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Re: Upper angle end cab

Postby Damon Nabors » Wed, Jan 02 2008, 11:47PM

How do you place a Faceframe on this cabinet? I guess I am overlooking something.
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Re: Upper angle end cab

Postby Greg McCorkill » Thu, Jan 03 2008, 4:19AM

Damon once Dan showed me how to draw the cab i loaded anonther cab into the editer and deleted all the parts exept the face frame and combined them into an assembly that i saved.

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Re: Upper angle end cab

Postby Damon Nabors » Thu, Jan 03 2008, 6:04PM

I was able to do it that way before, but I guess I was looking for a way to just add the face frame without having to make an assymbly.
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Re: Upper angle end cab

Postby DanEpps » Thu, Jan 03 2008, 7:12PM

Yep, if you angle the front of the cabinet, you have to add the face frame as a separate cabinet.

Maybe the next version will add face frames to the Angle Part settings (hint, hint, in case anyone from Thermwood is reading this :wink: ).

Edit: And maybe the toe kick will actually follow the sides in the next version.

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Re: Upper angle end cab

Postby Mark Hesketh » Mon, Jan 07 2008, 8:00AM

for that you can always create manual holes and constrain them on the back... might just want to do the same on the side as well to ensure that they will always line up. Takes a little longer on the initial set-up, but might be faster than trying to Macgyver another solution :)

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Re: Upper angle end cab

Postby Mark Hesketh » Tue, Jan 08 2008, 7:11AM

Wow... I completely missed the second page to this post when I replied to it yesterday...

Pay no attention to it... I apparently was still on vacation (a mental one at least)


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