Straight case is the most commonly used variant of cabinet construction. It is made of two vertical (dividers), two horizontal (top and bottom) and several front (back wall) panels that build a rectangular niche. Mounting bars and kickboards can be set as additional case elements. Some case elements are not obligatory in the model except vertical panels.

Cabinet top and bottom can be arranged in two ways: overlaid (on vertical panel edges) and inset (between vertical panels). To make the product look decorative they can be rectangular, trapezoid or semicircular.

Bevel cabinet differs from straight cabinet in vertical panels depth. Thus horizontal shelves are rectangular or trapezoid, and the doors are on the mitre to panels.

When you model a corner cabinet, interior fittings and structure should be specified apart from case construction. Unlike straight and bevel cabinet there are four vertical panels in corner cabinet. Interior fittings are placed in sections which number varies from one to three. Interior fittings and their parameters are set for each section. It allows to create a great number of design constructions. Fixed or detachable horizontal panels, drawers, bars and stiffening panels can be used as interior fittings.

Built-in cabinet notion allows to design frequently used models, e.g doors mounted into room niche or room part use as a cloakroom. In some cases it is required to mount several narrow horizontal or vertical panels that build a frame.

Hinged or sliding doors can be mounted to cabinet models. The following parameters are calculated and checked automatically:

  • door elements configuration and construction;
  • hinges or profiles mounting;
  • interior fittings correctness after door mounting completion;
  • available sliding drawers mounting.