CM-Cabinets Library User Guide
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    Drawers Page
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    This topic is an overview of the HardwareDrawers page  in the Catalog/Drawing Properties, where you setup the default runners that are typically used.

    This section discusses the drawer runners themselves and the construction and machining of the drawer box and the holes for the runners in the ends.

    All of our tables for drawer runners, handles, hinges and materials are now available for download via StoreMaster.

    For a detailed explanation on the use of these tables, see the section on Hardware Table Editing > Drawer Runners and related topics.

       Watch the Videos on how to create a new runner set on the Hardware > Drawers page in the Catalog/Drawing Properties and the affect on a cabinet.


    Default Runner Group

    Use the drop list to select the type of drawer runners that are required for the current job/drawing.

    You can select one of three Runner Groups...


    Default Runner Set

    Each Runner Group can have any number of Runner Sets associated to them and multiple runner set tables can be set up and then selected from for each drawer type.


    For the Runner Group "Standard" we have selected the "Nover - Marc" Runner Set.

    You can now edit the "Nover - Marc" runner set by clicking on the associated Edit Runners button.

    If the Default Runner Group is set as "Standard" then the current job/drawing will use the "Nover - Marc" runner set.

    Edit Runners

    The Edit buttons allow you to manage the selected runners set, as shown above.

    Follow links above to see full discussion on using form editor to manage the Runner Set.

    Associated runner tables (up to 5 per set) can be amended using the Runner Editor which can also be accessed from here.


    Gap Between

    The drawer 'Depth' by default is the interior depth of the cabinet minus Min. Gap Between Runner & Cabinet Back.

    The Default Gap between Top Drawer Box & Carcass can be overridden using edit box.


    Additional Runner Gap Options

    These increase the value for the gap between the drawerbox and carcass retrieved from a runner table. For example, if the table specifies a 14mm gap and the additional gap is 4mm then the resulting gap is 20mm.



    Turn on/off Include Drawer Front Bottom Overlap in all Drawers.

    Turn on/off Dust Panel Depth. If enabled, the edit box will be made available for a depth to be entered (otherwise Full Depth will be used).


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