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How are trashbin pullouts shown on drawings1/12
Are they shown on the plan views you work with? As maybe with dashed lines?
Are they shown on the elevation drawings you work with? Maybe just like a deep "U" on the door or drawerfront-door, to indicate which box gets the RevAShelf or whatever?
Or do those that produce the drawings you work with just do things with a callout in the schedule, or a note on the prints?
Inquiring minds that produce these drawings want to know. Thanks.
We just put a note directly on the cabinet in the elevation view for all interior accessories.
This is how I accomplish it.
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Chief Architect. It permits "installation" of the pullouts in base cabinets, meaning they are there in 3D, but one needs to pull the cabinet open to see them inside.
There are no dashed line outlines in either plan view or elevation view showing the pullouts thus installed in cabinets.
Sounds like you got burned and are looking to weasel out of it with our help. All accessories should be labeled on both overhead and elevation views . But I'm old school and prefer to get it right the first time . Dash lines mean zip unless you know what the dash stands for with a legend paragraph on the plans .