Removing Hardware Hole Association

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Removing Hardware Hole Association

Postby Jim Lovejoy » Tue, Jul 29 2008, 10:06AM

I am trying to remove hole associations from blum slides I am using for Rollo outs so that I can add part editor holes in the ends to make the roll outs adjustable. I don't seem to be able to get rid of the association. I even tried to save a blank pattern as "None". The blank hole pattern wouldn't save.

Any thoughts?

Thanks,

Jim

Todd Miller

Re: Removing Hardware Hole Association

Postby Todd Miller » Fri, Aug 01 2008, 1:13PM

Jim,
To update changes like this, you need to refresh your cabinet. Do to this, click "Add Defaults/Define Items" button. Goto Cabinet Defaults and "clear" the associated hole pattern. Then click "ok". But now the holes still appear. Now just click on the Constructions settings button, then click "ok". Your cabinet should update and the hardware holes should be gone.

HTH

Dennis Englert

Re: Removing Hardware Hole Association

Postby Dennis Englert » Fri, Aug 01 2008, 1:53PM

To permanently disassociate a hole pattern,
1. Open the hardware hole editor.
2. Click on the Disassociate Hardware button.
3. Select the hardware hole pattern.
4. Click on the View Associations button.
5. Select the hardware that the pattern is to be removed from.
6. Click on the remove button.

There won't be any holes for the selected hardware.

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Re: Removing Hardware Hole Association

Postby Jim Lovejoy » Sun, Aug 03 2008, 12:45PM

Thanks for responding to my question. I would like to refine my question a little. I have a drawer front with an associated drawer box. This drawer box has a slide and associated hole pattern with it. This is fine. Now I want to add two drawer boxes through the drawer box editor to use as roll out trays. I don't want to associate hardware with these drawer boxes. Does the hardware hole association default to the entire cabinet or does it attach itself to the drawer? Is it possible to have two different drawer slides for a cabinet or can only one be possible for a cabinet. i.e. 230 M Blum slide for a top drawer and a 430E full extension slides for rollouts within thew cabinet.???

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Re: Removing Hardware Hole Association

Postby Rick Palechuk » Sun, Aug 03 2008, 9:05PM

I beleive it defaults to the drawer Jim.

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Re: Removing Hardware Hole Association

Postby jerry johnson » Mon, Aug 04 2008, 10:10AM

Jim, it is possible to associate a different slide and hole pattern to each drawer in a single cabinet. All you have to do is select your desired hardware before you add the drawer box to the cabinet. You can even have different drawer boxes with different construction or materials. Simply select what you want, while in db editor, and add to the opening desired. 8)


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