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    Introduction

    Door profiles in a tall (pantry or wardrobe) cabinets are often divided by a rail that creates two profiled areas.

      However, in some situations (such as wardrobes) two rails are required so to create three profiled areas. 

    How to Include a Second Rail

    The 'Shaker' and 'Shaker V' door styles have the ability to include a second rail.  This is positioned at the same distance from the top of the door as the first rail is from the bottom, giving it a symmetrical design.

    The limitation of having the rail at the same distance from top and bottom is not usually required on all doors, so the ability to add a second rail can only be turn on for individual cabinets/doors, but not for the drawing as a whole.

     

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