Cabinet Objects

This week, Grace has been exploring the use of cabinet objects to represent the doors of a cabinet, allowing a single source for changing the door style and configuration, but leaving the cabinet face and box to a more flexible and detailed modeling element.

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Essentially turning the toe kick and counter portions of the cabinet off. This is a great solution for “future proofing the BIM process“, but requires turning those portions off to achieve the required design and appearance.

You can not set these elements to 0′-0”, as the GDL requires a distance for its script. You can turn the countertop off in the counter edge settings:

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