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Kiril Komitski

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  1. I still need to resize the panels and inlays but they need to stay the same distance relative to the doors. Example - 600mm door with 60mm shaker panels and 9mm inlay. So the panel are offset 60mm from the door edge and than the inlay offset 9mm from the panel edge. I've attached a sample file to hopefully make it clearer. I want to be able to make the desk slightly narrower and the wardrobes slightly wider while keeping all the offsets and the door handle details the same. Potentially even reduce the width of the drawer boxes while still keeping the thicknesses of everything at 18mm. (sorry it's an educational version, I did this from my own computer) Test Project 1.vwx
  2. Hello everyone, First time posting on here after lots of reading. I'm a furniture designer and we use vectorworks to set out our technical drawings, mostly in 2D. We make quite complicated shaker doors with metal inlays which take a while to set up and it's always an absolute nightmare if the door size would have to be changed as I can't just resize because that changes the widths of both the shaker panels and the inlays. Is there any way to draw shaker style doors so that if I have to change the width or height, all the shaker panels, inlays, cut outs or routings stay the same? Many thanks in advance! K
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