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Wed, Sep 7, 2011 at 8:08:48 AM | Nesting Casework Families a Kitchen Family

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misternathanjones


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Hi All,

Long time listener, first time call (i.e.noob). Apologies if this has come up before (haven't been successful searching)

I'm trying to create a kitchen family by nesting casework families i've modelled on Blum Kitchen. I've completed base and tall units but have got stuck on upper (wall) units. The built-in Casework Domestic Kitchen Families have Upper Wall Families that are both wall based & not wall based. Which way is correct way to do it?

I have created my Kitchen Family using the Metric Casework Template (not the wall based one) and I can not nest my wall-based upper units into this Kitchen Family.

Should I have a) created my Kitchen family using a wall based template or b) created my upper cabinet NOT using a wall based template or c) Not created a Kitchen "family" at all and just use my Units grouped in my project.

Thanks very much for taking the time to read my first post.

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Wed, Sep 7, 2011 at 12:08:05 PM | Nesting Casework Families a Kitchen Family

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As you have found out, you can not combine these elements into a family but you can group them in a project environment and the group can be transferred project to project.


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Mon, Sep 12, 2011 at 8:55:51 AM | Nesting Casework Families a Kitchen Family

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Thanks very much for e reply.

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