Vertical Drawer Pull (Right & Left Align)


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Had a better idea. Make a drawerhead symbol with the handle on it. Then you only need a left and a right. Set the stretch planes to fall short of the handle so it doesn't resize in width and keeps alignment. 

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Example of what I meant avoids placing hardware multiple times, moving it or blocking.

Place drawerhead in plan, then hardware, convert to cabinet door/drawer symbol, set stretch. In library -copy it, paste, rotate 180. Now have a left and right to work on any cabinet every time. Think I'd want a second set for larger drawers.

Did this before finishing coffee :)

drawer symbol.png

vert drawer.plan

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Thank you Scott and Mark,

Mark, I knew of the options you mentioned but somehow I forgot about it, I didn't think about that at all!,

thank you for bringing them to my attention.

Regards

 

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