Inset Drawers & Doors
The process of creating
inset drawers and doors are the same across all Universal cabinets, so we will
be using a Tall Universal in this HowTo document.
is by far the easier option. As the Tall Universal cabinet by default already
has doors attached, the method of setting the doors to be inset is the changing
of one simple checkbox. On the page Doors -> Doors, click the checkbox marked Inset.
This is the only
option requiring to be changed to set Inset doors in a Universal cabinet.
The process of
creating Inner Drawers is a bit more involved, as there is not one single
checkbox to change, and the cabinets do not have drawers by default.
The steps required
to achieve this are as follows:
the page Cabinet Details -> Area 1, set the Content of section Left to Drawers.
On the page Doors -> Div Doors, turn off the Include checkbox to remove the doors, so you
can see the drawers inside the cabinet.
the page A1L1:Drawers -> Fronts, turn on the checkbox marked Include & Height. This turns
on the drawer fronts.
taking note of the Carcass material thickness (which can be found on the page Materials -> Carcass), on the
page A1L1:Drawers -> Fronts, add the gap values of the Top, Left, Right and Bottom to the material thickness.
if the Left is currently set to 1mm and your material thickness is 16mm,
then you would change the Left to 17mm (1mm + 16mm).
take note of the Behind value below the Gaps measurements, as you will
need this in the next step.
2. While taking note of the Fronts material
thickness (which can be found on the page A1L1:Drawers -> Materials-Fronts), on the page Cabinet Details -> Area 1, set the Recess Front value to the same as the material
thickness, plus the Behind value from Step 4b.
a. Eg, if your drawer fronts are 18mm thick and the Behind value found in Step 4b is 2mm, then set the Recess Front value to 20mm (18mm + 2mm).
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