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image.thumb.png.cc41149192a7c6f5d9adf3e166befe76.png Hi friends

Can anyone advise me how to draw such type of cabinet in chief architect.

I have 30 drawers three in one line and 10 vertical, want double shutter in front of that cabinet. it is a steel cabinet 

 

Thanks in advance 

 

Salah

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You can approximate it using cabinets like Russian nesting dolls. This example is three cabinets: 1 for the outer enclosure, a 2nd for the inner enclosure, and a 3rd for the drawers: cabinet.calibz

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You could also model the drawers as a symbol and insert them as an appliance into the 2nd cabinet - this would reduce the number of cabinets required to two.

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1 hour ago, rlackore said:

You could also model the drawers as a symbol and insert them as an appliance into the 2nd cabinet - this would reduce the number of cabinets required to two.

Or into the shelf dialog as rollouts.

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