Cabinet parameters – Corner cabinet

It is possible to create a corner cabinet via the Field Cabinet Type . A second cabinet is added to the main cabinet rotated by 90° (base cabinet). Both cabinets have the full list of parameters and can therefore be individually adapted.

90 ° corner cabinet assignment via ID

ID Cabinet Right A83

This field is automatically pre-populated when selecting the cabinet type as a corner cabinet. Here, for example, with the ID of the base cabinet A83

If you enter the sign ‘-‘, an existing cabinet can be removed.

With the character ‘+’, a cabinet is created and rotated by 90° and added to the existing one.

It is also possible to use an existing cabinet as a counterpart by entering its elements ID (or object name) in the field.

Define aperture for a 90° corner cabinet

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For the main and base cabinet of a corner cabinet, an aperture can be defined on the left and right. The position and size are defined as follows:

  • Width (X-inside): In relation to the position of the bezel of the adjacent cabinet
  • Width (X-outside): In relation to the door front plus the front joint links or Right
  • Thickness (Y-outside): From the front edge of the strongest door front of all segments
  • Strength (Y-inside): … up to the strength of the aperture
  • Height (Z-Bottom): From the lower edge of the lowest door front
  • Height (Z-Top): Up to the upper edge of the top door front

Aperture Strength Addition OffY: 19 0 0 19

The parameter Aperture Strength Train OffY now influences these dimensions of the aperture:

  • Thickness: Moves end-Y
  • Train: Two values for addition to the calculated width (X-inside) and (X-outside)
  • OffY: Shifts (offset) the aperture and thus (Y-outside)

The width (X-outside) can also be influenced horizontally indirectly via a front addition. Here, the end of the aperture changes and thus its width analogous to the beginning of the front.

Example: Aperture Strength Addition OffY: 30 50 19

Creates an aperture with

  • Aperture thickness: 30mm
  • Overlap of aperture and front: 50mm – thickness of the front joint vertical left or left. Right
  • 19mm offset to front edge: 19mm

Define rear bezel for a 90° corner cabinet

Bezel Rear Strength Width Red°: 19 80 0

Depending on the setting of the red parameter, the rear panel can be built in two parts or one-piece and obliquely:

  • Red 0: Two-piece and the bezel of the corner cabinet bumps into the bezel of the base cabinet Cabinet parameters - Corner cabinet - ElementsWiki
Cabinet parameters - Corner cabinet - ElementsWiki
  • Red 90: Two-piece and the bezel of the base cabinet bumps into the bezel of the corner cabinet
  • Red between 0° and 90°: One-piece, diagonally over cornerCabinet parameters - Corner cabinet - ElementsWiki
    If you set the strength to 0, a bar is built to the cornerCabinet parameters - Corner cabinet - ElementsWiki
Cabinet parameters - Corner cabinet - ElementsWiki
Cabinet parameters - Corner cabinet - ElementsWiki
  • With width 0, the aperture can ultimately be switched off