Flat Panel Doors

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Flat Panel Doors

Postby Phillip Fletcher » Tue, Jun 02 2009, 11:53AM

I cannot seem to find a style drawer front that suits what I generally produce for my bookcases. I need a flat panel drawer that is very similar to the slab drawers that I have applied to this bookcase, but I need it mitered with 1.5" style and rail.
Is it possible for me to edit these slab drawers into what I am looking for?
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Re: Flat Panel Doors

Postby Mike Seisser » Thu, Jun 04 2009, 12:31AM

Are you looking for a drawer front to look correct in your drawing or one that will produce an accurate cut list?
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Re: Flat Panel Doors

Postby Phillip Fletcher » Mon, Jun 08 2009, 10:47AM

I really just need it to look correct in my drawing.

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Re: Flat Panel Doors

Postby Joe Dusel » Mon, Jun 08 2009, 12:20PM

Sounds like you are going a bit overboard for your renderings. It also sounds like you are looking to have a wide edging for these panels and not rails and styles. If I were doing it I would just created 1 1/2" thick banding material and then apply that to the slab drawer fronts. It won't give you miters, but it should be close enough for the look.

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Re: Flat Panel Doors

Postby Phillip Fletcher » Mon, Jun 08 2009, 12:59PM

That sounds like a good way to construct what I am aiming for, how do I add banding material to a slab?

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Re: Flat Panel Doors

Postby Al dedenus » Mon, Jun 08 2009, 10:30PM

Go to settings/prefrences>define stock materials>banding stock, and create your banding stock here.then when in the door/drawer editor under door selection set it as your default banding stock

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Re: Flat Panel Doors

Postby Phillip Fletcher » Tue, Jun 09 2009, 7:43AM

That gets me the look that I wanted.
Thank you very much.


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