Dividers For Cabinet door and drawers

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Dividers For Cabinet door and drawers

Postby Nicholas Kiss » Thu, Feb 01 2018, 10:40AM

So i've been trying to figure out how to add some dividers for my door and drawer so when i close the door it stops on something and im not sure if they have an automatic option for that or if i would have to add a stretcher and manually do it.
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Re: Dividers For Cabinet door and drawers

Postby Brad McIntosh » Thu, Feb 01 2018, 6:03PM

Nicolas,

First off, your inquiry should have been in the "eCabinet Systems Software" forum section.

If you are looking for a "Drawer Stretcher" in a frame-less construction method, then...

In the "[b]Shelf/Partion Editor" -[/b]
  • Add a "Fixed Shelf".
  • Select the "Fixed Shelf" you want to make a "Drawer Stretcher".
  • Right-Click and select "Construction Settings". (This allows you to edit the parameters for the selected shelf.)
  • Modify the "Back Inset" using the "Formula" [f(x)] button.
  • Click the [Depth] button under "Cabinet Dimensions".
  • Then insert "-" and "5" (or whatever width you want for the "Drawer Stretcher").
  • Click [OK] to exit the "Formula Editor".
  • Click [OK] to exit the "Construction Settings" for the selected shelf.
  • Return to the main "Cabinet Editor" screen.
Your cabinet will "rebuild" and you will now have a "Drawer Stretcher" with a fixed width of "5" (or whatever you chose). It is parametric, so it will remain the width..errr...depth (depending on how you look at it) you selected even if you change the cabinet depth.


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