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V17 - 2017 Looking for Help? / Re: Inserting kitchen benches without a wall
« Last post by Patricia G. on May 14, 2017, 07:43:01 AM »
Hi Kendall

When you use the Cabinet tool (Floor Tab), you have two options to place the cabinets.
- If you place the cabinet by clicking on the floor of the room, the program will set an island cabinet.
- If you place the cabinet by clicking or dragging on the wall of the room, Punch will set a wall cabinet using the selected model => go to the cabinets' menu => select the desired model => click inside the wall.

Tip: you can insert the cabinet first and select the model after.

In my Facebook page you will find a tutorial about this topic, with images.
https://www.facebook.com/notes/punchhelpers/pats-tip-10/1268657373206500/

Hope this helps!
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I'm sorry Patricia. I'm new to the language.
I did mean a cabinet not a bench. Every time I try to add a cabinet that doesnt sit on a wall it turns the cabinet into an island bench.
I dont want the island bench look. I want a cabinet.
Kendall
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V17 - 2017 Looking for Help? / Re: Inserting kitchen benches without a wall
« Last post by Patricia G. on May 13, 2017, 05:00:36 PM »
Hi there,

I am not sure what do you mean?
A bench is a seating element. If you go to the Furnish library and search for "Bench" you will find lots of difference benches (see attached). You don't need to attach these elements to a wall.

Otherwise, try to detail the problem as specifically as possible, so we can understand the issue. Let us know exactly what you want to do, what you tried, what seems broken, etc. Or, if you can, post a picture of the desired element.
 
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Hi
I am trying to insert a kitchen bench without a wall. I want the kitchen bench to protrude past the end of an existing wall. I can use an island bench but it doesn't look right and is too fiddly.
Please help
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Hi there,

Exactly. You can choose the desired angle, flip the door, etc.
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V17 - 2017 Looking for Help? / Re: Four door pantry
« Last post by Patricia G. on May 12, 2017, 05:21:49 PM »
You're welcome!  :)

Your model looks nice!
There are different options to create cabinets.
When you use the full cabinet, there is a slight difference in the material shadow (up and down)
This is why I prefer to use the bookcase or a base cabinet. In the case of the base cabinets, you can use the drawers as doors => remove the counter and backsplash => set the dimensions and doors heights => set the styles to match.
See attached.
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I have actually just figured this out. To close the door you simply change the swing angle to 0  from the default of 90 and it will now appear closed.
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V17 - 2017 Looking for Help? / Re: Four door pantry
« Last post by bjbateman on May 12, 2017, 03:05:31 PM »
Thank you.

Another way we figured out to do it was to insert a full cabinet (wall and base)
change to base cabinet height to 61"
remove the backsplash by unchecking the box next to "back"
remove the countertop by setting thickness to 0
remove drawers from base cabinet by setting count to 0
change the base door height to 56"
change top cabinet elevation to 0, it's depth to 24" and it's height to 31"
And the top door height was set at 2' 3-7/8"

This allows there to be two top doors of the pantry and two longer bottom doors of the pantry for a 4 door look that we normally do for out kitchens.

I have attached a pdf showing what this would end up looking like in a room with 9' ceilings
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When we add a door to a wall the door shows as open in the 3D view. Is there a way to change it so that the door is closed in the 3D view.

Thanks,
Brian
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