Cabinet parameters – Body

Corner formation of the body sides

Here the corner formation can be set with successive values for the corners left bottom, right bottom, left top, right top. Possible values for this are:

  • S – page continuously. Floor bumps into
  • B – Floor throughout. Page toasts
  • G – Miter between side and floor
  • R – Side bottom continuous and extended by the base height (only available at the lower corners)

Page Thickness

Here, the strength of the page on the left and right can be specified with two consecutive values.

Distance of the page

Here, the distance of the sides to the front / back / top and bottom of the body can be adjusted with four consecutive values. The first four values refer to the left side, the rest to the right side.

Draw page left and right

Here you can specify with two consecutive values whether the Linke or Rreal page should be drawn.

Another value of 0 or 1 indicates whether the drilling patterns are drawn for invisible (hidden) parts. For example, the hole of a shelf beam would be drawn in a middle side of a hidden shelf if a 1 is entered here. (This does not apply to rows of holes defined by a grid, these are always drawn). Drilling patterns for invisible components are also used for a cabinet composed of several cabinets.

Soil thickness

Here, the strength of the soil can be specified with successive values for each soil from the lower soil to the four intermediate floors to the upper soil.

Ground distance front

Here, the distance of the soil to the front of the body can be adjusted with successive values for each floor from the lower floor via the four intermediate floors to the upper floor.

Width of the floor, version as traverse

Here, the width of the floor (in the direction of the cabinet depth) can be adjusted with successive values for each floor from the lower floor via the four intermediate floors to the upper floor. A positive value indicates the absolute soil width. A negative value determines the distance of the floor to the rear to the inside of the rear wall (if any, otherwise the trailing edge of the body) and thus the floor width relative to the back of the body.

Furthermore, with an addition of two letters to the width, it can be determined whether the floor is drawn as a traverse at the front and / or back. The following values are possible:

  • Horizontal
  • Vertical
  • Ndo not draw

An input of 120HV would draw the floor as a traverse horizontally at the front and vertically at the rear with a width of 120.

80NV draws the floor as a traverse only vertically at the rear with a width of 80.

-100 draws the floor with a distance from the back of 100

Thickness of the middle side

Here, the strength of the center sides can be specified with consecutive values for each segment from bottom to top

Distance center side front

Here, the distance of the middle sides to the front of the body can be specified with consecutive values for each segment from bottom to top. If the stop type of the front is set intermediate and with visible center sides, this value should be 0.

For each segment, two values are specified separated by an I (for the inside). The first value applies to normal middle pages. The second for internal central sides, which are dealt with in the parameter door stop direction and visibility of the middle side and enable cross-central side fronts.

Width of the middle side

Here, the width of the center side (in the direction of the cabinet depth) can be set with consecutive values for each segment from bottom to top. A positive value indicates the absolute width. A negative value determines the distance of the middle side to the back to the inside of the back wall (if any, otherwise the trailing edge of the body) and thus the width relative to the back of the body.

Thickness of the shelves

Here, the thickness of the shelves can be specified with consecutive values for each segment from bottom to top

Distance to the bottom of the front floor

Here, the distance of the shelves to the rear of the front can be specified with successive values for each segment from bottom to top.

Width of the shelf

Here, the width of the shelves (in the direction of the cabinet depth) can be set with successive values for each segment from bottom to top. A positive value indicates the absolute width. A negative value determines the distance of the shelf to the rear to the inside of the rear wall (if any, otherwise the trailing edge of the body) and thus the width relative to the back of the body.

Thickness of the intermediate floors within a segment

Here, the thickness of the intermediate bottoms within this segment can be specified with consecutive values for each segment from bottom to top

Distance of the intermediate floors within a segment to the front

Here, successive values for each segment from bottom to top can be used to specify the distance of the intermediate floors within this segment to the front. If the stop type of the front is set intermediate and with visible intermediate shelves, the distance refers to the leading edge of the body and should be 0.

Width of the intermediate floors within a segment

Here, the width of the intermediate shelves within this segment (in the direction of the cabinet depth) can be set with consecutive values for each segment from bottom to top. A positive value indicates the absolute width. A negative value determines the distance of the shelf to the rear to the inside of the rear wall (if any, otherwise the trailing edge of the body) and thus the width relative to the back of the body.

Continuous central sides on the floors

Allows, among other things, continuous center pages. For each floor (lower floor to upper floor with intermediate floors) it can be indicated with a letter whether:

  • B – pass through the soils
  • M – run through the middle sides
  • Z – the floors run through except for collapsible middle sides

Joinable center sides are in two superimposed segments in the same position.

In the case of lower and upper floors, Z only allows the middle sides to pass through, which are already continuous above or below the segment.

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