It is used to redefine the size and position of an inner space within a cabinet.
II.Purpose of Custom Inner Space
In component mode within the tool, components are adapted based on the custom inner space set in the editor. This is commonly used for setting the inner space of sliding door cabinets.
III.Position of Custom Inner Space
Click on the inner space option under the element library in the left sidebar. The visual interface will display a cyan-colored wireframe cube, which represents the custom inner space. It will also appear in the inner space list under the structure navigation.
IV.Properties of Custom Inner Space
By clicking on the inner space in the structure navigation, you can edit its properties, including its position (XYZ), size, invocation method, and visibility conditions. The invocation method aligns with the modeling method and defaults to left, back, bottom.
The position and size of the custom inner space should not include side panels, top and bottom boards, and backboards. If these panels are included, the tool will prioritize recognizing their positions and sizes for adaptation, rendering the custom inner space ineffective.
V.Difference between having and not having a custom inner space
When adapting a vertical board in both a cabinet without a custom inner space and one with a custom inner space:
Without a custom inner space, the tool recognizes the maximum depth of the inner space; With a custom inner space, the tool recognizes the depth of the custom inner space.