Strip Handles - NZ Edition - User Guide
Contents of this Article...
- UCS Public Variable for Pre-mill Settings
- Job Properties
- Base Cabinet - Strip Handle Positions
- Upper Cabinet
- Using the Center Profile
Before we start, lets consider whether you are pre-milling for edge banding in the factory
Here we need to set the UCS Public Variables to match your S2M Preferences
a) Screen-to-Machine Preferences > Geometry > Pre-mill edgebanding
b) UCS > PULL-Strip handle-2 (S_DSLAB) > Match the settings to your S2M Preferences
Using Strip Handles in a Job is easy. We start in Job Properties by selecting a handle suitable to the door thickness you're using in your job...
a) Job Properties > Cabinet > Hardware > Pull Schedule
In my example I'm using a 35 x 16mm Strip Handle
b) The door selected in my job is 16mm thick
With the job started, let's start by looking at how a Base Cabinet looks...
a) You'll notice the Strip Handle is positioned at the top of the door by default. Vanity Cabinets use the same default...
You'll notice the Door Assembly remains the usual size. The Door Slab Part however, has been resized automatically by 35mm to suit my handle selection.
b) Next I will change the location of the handle. Take your cabinet to Section View > Door Properties > Pulls >
Since our Rerence Default for a base cabinet is at the Top of the door, I'll select Center to change the position. This will place the Strip Handle opposite the hinge side of the door...
c) Here's a look when our Reference is set to Bottom...
d) Try changing the Pull Quantity to two...
For an Upper Cabinet we set the Reference Default to the Bottom and for Tall Cabinets we set the Reference Default to Center.
The Center Profile can be used to join two doors on a pantry...
Unlike the first part of this Guide, for this example I've set my Job Properties to use an 18mm Door and a Strip Handle to suit.
a) Take your Pantry to Section View > Right Click top door > Properties
Remove the Strip Handle from the top door by setting Pull Quantity to zero
b) Right Click the bottom door > Properties > Change the material
c) Select the Center Profile Handle
d) Set the Reference of the Strip Handle to the Top
How we are going so far? Here's a zoom on the side view - Just a Size Adjustment and an Edge Band to come off the top door...
e) In Section View > Left Click the top door > Size Adjustments > Bottom. Make the appropriate Size Adjustment to the bottom of the door here
f) In the Front Orthographic View > Right Click the Top Door > Edge Banding > To remove the bottom edge band, we actually need to Band the other three edges
I find it easiest to select all three edges while holding down the control key first > Then select the door banding from the side bar...
Here's an update zoom on the side view. We're happy as Larry! If you have any questions about your Strip Handles for Slab Doors Package you're welcome to email us > email@example.com