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.
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.
Stacked Panel Height - This is the default panel height for the stacked closets.
Default Panel Depth - This is the default panel depth for all floor and hanging closets.
GENERAL CONSTRUCTION OPTIONS:
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.
Show Panel Drilling - Check this box to see the drilling operation on the panels.
Visual Drilling From Front - This sets the dim to the front set of holes. (VISUAL ONLY, SEE MACHINING INTERFACE FOR MACHINING DEFAULTS)
Visual Drilling From Back - This sets the dim to the back set of holes. (VISUAL ONLY, SEE MACHINING INTERFACE FOR MACHINING DEFAULTS)
Hide Hangers - This allows you to remove the hangers from the hanging rods.
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.
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
Remove Bottom Hanging Shelf - This removes the bottom locking shelf on hanging units.
Remove Top Shelf - This removes the top locking shelf of hanging units.
Shelf Lip Width - This is the default shelf lip width.
Adjustable Shelf Clip Gap - This is the default adjustable shelf clip gap.
Adjustable Shelf Setback - This is the default adjustable shelf setback amount.
Locked Shelf Setback - This is the default locked shelf setback amount.
CLEAT AND BACK OPTIONS:
Add Top Cleat - This option adds a cleat to the top of the closet panels.
Add Middle Cleat - This option adds a cleat to the middle of the closet panels.
Add Bottom Cleat - This option adds a cleat to the bottom of the closet panels.
Height To Add Mid Cleat - This sets the default height to automatically add middle cleat.
Add Backing - This adds backing to the closet panels.
Add Hanging Rail - This adds hanging rail system to closet panels.
Hanging Rail Distance From Top - This sets the default dim from top of the closet panel to hanging rail system.
Use Buyout Drawers - This will use buyout drawers.
Drawer Box Bottom Gap - This sets the drawer box distance from the bottom of the drawer front to the bottom of the drawer box.
Drawer Box Top Gap - This sets the drawer box distance from the top of the drawer front to the top of the drawer box.
Drawer Box Rear Gap - This sets the drawer box rear gap.
Drawer Box Slide Gap - This sets the drawer box slide gap.
Drawer Box Dado Depth - This sets the dado depth for the drawer box. set to 0 for no dado.
Drawer Bottom Z Location - This sets the distance from the bottom of the drawer box to the bottom of the drawer bottom.
PANEL ROUTING OPTIONS:
Angle Top Front/Rear This allows you to angle the tops of the closet panels.
Base Notch 1 - This allows you to add a notch at the bottom rear of the closet panels to allow for any base molding on the walls of your room.
Base Notch 2 - This allows you to add a two step notch at the bottom rear of the closet panels to allow for any base molding on the walls of your room.
Closet Tools Tab
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.
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.
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.
The door options allow you to change the door and drawer fronts in your design, it also allows you to 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 the side you want to place the panel on and left click.
Double Door Auto Switch - This allows you to set the width that door products auto switch into double doors. (After changing this option make sure you click the refresh button next to it)
Inset Fronts - This allows you to inset the doors and drawers in the scene. (After changing this option make sure you click the refresh button next to it)
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.
To change pulls you can pick the pull you want to add to the scene and then either select the pull you wish to change(Hold SHIFT to select multiple pulls) and click 'Chang Pull' or you can replace all of the pulls by clicking 'Replace All'.
If you would like to remove all pulls in the scene you can check the 'No Pulls' box and then click the refresh button.