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Trying to create "dogear" arch over bar/counter (PDF's attached).Can create dogear arch doorway in wall but was unable to add half-wall & counter under.

Was able to create half-wall/counter but unable to create arch above (PDF attached).

Any help would be appreciated.

 

Thanks! Chris

Kitchen-4 Dim.pdf

Kitchen-3 Dim.pdf

Full Camera Image-Bar.pdf

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There is no need to place images in a PDF. You may post them directly. 

 

One click and they are visible full size, no separate download needed.

 

Not sure where the arch is supposed to be.

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Basically wall opening (dining room to kitchen) with half-wall /counter in opening. Top portion of opening drops and angles down on each side (dog-ear).

Living-3.jpg & Kitchen-1.jpg are photos of same.

Thanks!

 

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The simple/easy way is to use solids for the arch area -- the 2 angles and the header above.

 

See the Wedge shapes in the library, and use a soffit for the header.

 

Thanks for post the images and for filling out your signature.

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I'm assuming you created the dogear arch within the dbx doorway specification option in Pro.

 

Create the half-wall outside of the doorway.

Open the wall dbx and set it to 'no room definition'.

Hold down the control key, and drag the half wall into the doorway.

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Yes, did that in another room with matching wall without the half-wall counter.

Will try that too. Thanks Jo_Ann!

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Here's What I came up with using Suite.

 

Framed Chamfer Doorway

 

Cabinets and a Box shape

 

In Pro use the Custom Countertop instead of the cabinet countertop and box shape.

 

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LawB10, were you able to get cabinets and box shape inside "doorway"?

Thanks, Chris

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Chris,

 

My apologies because I did not save the the plan, to answer the question Yes.

 

Put the cabinet inside the doorway and then extend the cabinet overhang to your liking.

 

The box shape is the one that let's you fill in the gap without being cut off.

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Thanks Eric, Jo_Ann, and LawB10!! Each of those solituons worked!!

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