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Two questions -- this is a bar area.


  1. In the attached picture, I have a curved corner. How do I fill in the gap?
  2. The bar countertop should rest on the 42" wall (on the east and north side) - but be offset. 12" on the "bar side" and only 4" on the counterside. How does one do this?

Also attached is what the end product should look like...not quite sure how the heck to do it!







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Use a poly line solid or custom counter top, they can be curved and their height can be set. Change material to match.



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Custom countertop. In the field there would not be a cabinet back there, simply a cleat or nailer on the wall for support.

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Thanks. Getting there. Now how do I get rid of this auto-generated box in the corner where the two real cabinets join!


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Turn off the Auto Filler function in the cabinet dbx

That was what I thought but it didn't work.

In any case-unless those are inset cabinets you need fillers in the corner in real life to fit the doors -even with insets I'd use an inch.

If you decrease the depth of the fillers the box goes away. I do this all the time anyway to avoid confusing installers. Shown with filler overlays in place.


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OK -- one last "ask" (i hope).

so I have the 42" wall sitting behind the cabinets. On this wall, I want to put a countertop that is 20" wide. Offset 5" (so that it is 12" on the bar side and only 3" on the cabinet side (with 5" on the wall)).

if I use a railing it allows me to create a 20" wide counter - but not to offset it.

if I go with a custom countertop -- how the heck do I create one that is perfectly offset from the wall. It seems impossible!

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Look up "concentric" in help or user manual. Should -maybe give you way.

Alternative is to use circles as guides, or arcs and lines that are then converted to closed polyline, then to counter.

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