Adding Subassembly Inserts and Using Pick Corners

Adding Subassembly Inserts and Using Pick Corners

Adding Subassembly Inserts and Using Pick Corners

The lists of subassemblies within the product starters may not contain a particular subassembly. In that case, a subassembly will need to be added to the product. The Subassemblies interface will allow you to select and add a subassembly insert to the product. 

From the Subassembly Inserts list, select a subassembly, right-click, and select “Add.” This will add the subassembly to the product. Notice the subassembly has “USE PICK CORNERS” in the Width and Height fields. Select the subassembly in the table, right-click to access the menu, and select “Pick Corners.” 

This will access the drawing and allow you to pick two corners. The first corner will be the bottom left corner from the face of the cabinet. The second corner would be the top right corner from the face of the cabinet. See the image below. 



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