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    Custom Doors and Frames

    Thank you for your responses. My background is in architecture, I am a big Vectorwoks fan, but I spend some time working for a door manufacturer. Regarding the standard door hardware feature, while this feature is excellent I doubt if it will give me enough control of, for example hinge positions. (and maybe even 3d geometry). Complexity could be relatively simple, for example a lockcase in 3d could be quite complex, but all that is important to me is the external shape, the cut-out in the door and that it get's picked up on a schedule. I think it could be a symbol that adopts a standard position in the door. I will do up a typical example, I see you're on LinkedIn. I'm not real into forums. By accurate enough for fabrication I mean something I can convert to a .dwg and send to a CNC router. This might sound complicated but it's not. As I say it doesn't need to be super complex, but the beauty of parametric objects is speed of variation. You mention different door styles I don't mind producing a script for each format i.e. single leaf, leaf and a half, etc. but to be able within those parameters to alter sizes would be big.
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    Custom Doors and Frames

    Can I, using Marionette or indeed some other method, produce a parametric doorset that contains all necessary information for scheduling (hinges, locks, levers, seals, etc.) and is accurate enough for fabrication?

 

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