DianeP

cabinet ends against angled wall (but doesn't???)

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Is there a way to have the right side of the cabinet angle to a 45 degree to tuck in beside this wall? Thanks a bunch!

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I just use a thin cabinet Like 4" deep ,in this case, so you can keep your toe kick. Also use a custom countertop. The cabinet schedule will read it wrong so you would have to fix that or don't use dimensions in the schedule. Sink could be a problem though. Some people use a an angle front base cab and check back matches front and place it backwards in the plan

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Another way to do it is to use an "Angle Front Cabinet and set the Back to match the Front.

Then just turn the Cabinet around 180 degrees. 

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There must be something I am missing on your solution Joe.  When I put in a cabinet and make it angled front it still looks rectangular.  Same when I have back match front. Haven't used angle front before and would like to learn what I am missing.   Thanks!!

 

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You have to adjust the depth of the sides.  The attached pics show how it works.  I set the back to have a "Left Door" and the Front to have just a "Blank Area".  I also suppressed the "Toe Kick" and I would create a separate base for the "Toe Kick" using a PSolid.

 

 

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Angled Front Cabinet.JPG

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