04 - The Closet Options Panel


    The closet options panel allows you to change the default options for the closet library


    Main Options

    The Main Tab allows you to adjust the default sizes and several construction options for the closets. Several of the items in this interface have a refresh icon on the right. This will update the value for all of the products in the scene.

    Default Hanging Height - This is the default hanging height for the hanging closets.

    Default Panel Depth - This is the default panel depth for all floor and hanging closets.

    Floor Panel Height - This is the default panel height for floor mounted closets.

    Hanging Panel Height - This is the default panel height for the hanging closets.

    Toe Kick Height - This is the default toe kick height for the floor mounted closets.

    Toe Kick Setback - This is the default toe kick setback for the floor mounted closets.

    Hide Hanging Text - This will hide the text that displays the available hanging space required for sections with hanging rods.

    Use Plant On Top - This option will set the closet tops on top of the vertical  panels. If this option is turned off the top will be placed between the vertical panels

    Use 32mm System - Turning this option on will change the interface for the closet prompts to be selected from a drop down list. All of the panel heights will be in 32mm increments. This will also change the splitter interface to force the user to select opening heights that also fall into 32mm increments.

    Closet Tools


    The combine parts option will allow you combine multiple parts together. This is typically only used on tops when you have the Use Plant On Top Selected. By default the top for each section is a separate part, but it is common to cut these as one part. You only need to use this command if you are trying to generate cutlists for your designs. First select the parts you want to combine together then click the Combine Parts Command.

    Materials Options


    The material options allows you to adjust materials for all of the components in the scene. At the top of the interface you can select the material you would like to assign. The buttons on the left of the interface allow you to assign the currently selected material to that material pointer. The information to the right of the buttons tell you what material is currently assigned. Once you have assigned the materials you can select the “Update Materials” button in the top right of the interface.

    Molding Options

    The molding options allows you to add crown and base molding to the closet products in your design.


    To add molding select the molding profile that you want to assign then click the Add Crown or Add Base Molding to automatically add the molding to the closet products.

    Door Options

    The door options allow you to change the door and drawer fronts in your design, and also add applied end panels to the design.


    To change the doors select the door you want to replace in your design. (You can hold shift to select multiple) Once the doors are selected you can click the replace selection button at the top of the interface. If you select the place door button then you are given the ability to place the door as an applied end panel. Just place your cursor on side you want to place the panel on and left click.

    Hardware Options

    The hardware options allows you to adjust the door and drawer front handles, hinges, and drawer slides. Currently only the handles visibly show in the 3D scene. The other options will only affect the price and the hardware reports.


    Accessories Options

    This allows you to place accessories into your design. Select the desired accessory and then click the Place Accessory button, after clicking a model of your accessory will appear at your cursor. You can then drag and drop the accessory to the desired location.


    Pricing Options

    The report options allow you to view the pricing reports. The calculate price button will run an operator that goes through all of the parts in the in scene and calculates the price. All of the information calculated will be displayed on the panel. This information will be passed to Microvellum ERP so you can print out reports to provide to your customers. View the Customizing Reports section to learn how to create new reports.


    After Syncing the Room with the ERP Database you can print out reports by selecting the Print Estimating Reports.


    The default report that comes with breakdown of all of the material and hardware along with the price. The entire report is customizable using the Microvellum Report Designer for more information on how to use the report designer view the report and label training on the microvellum support site.





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      Shawn Lalande

      Is this available now, does not look like what I have.

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      Andrew Peel

      We will have this update released soon.