Advice 1: How to calculate the dimensions of the wardrobe

Wardrobes are essential ingredients for the modern interior. They can be very diverse, and using a completely different design elements. In short, properly selected and installed wardrobes can be a perfect decoration of the room.
How to calculate the dimensions of the wardrobe
You will need
  • roulette;
  • paper;
  • - handle;
  • calculator.
Decide the location of future wardrobe. Often, especially in small rooms, the size of the wardrobe depends on this furniture accessory can be allocated a place.
After you decide the location of the wardrobe, pick up a tape measure and measure the height of the future Cabinet (as a rule, many prefer to install at home wardrobe up to the ceiling), its length and depth. Minimum recommended depth is 600 millimetres: approximately 100 mm will go to the sliding system, and the other of 500 mm and will fit hangers with clothes. Record all obtained measurement data.
Go to the detail of the size of the wardrobe. Remember that in essence it consists of a rack-box with lots of shelves and sliding doors. When performing the calculation immediately reduce the Cabinet height to 40 mm: still so much to take will be adjustable legs. So the wardrobe will consist of two steveh (Stevie is a vertically arranged stand made of particle Board): the length of these elements is equal to the height of the wardrobe, reduced to adjustable feet and a width of the back of the wardrobe.

Next, determine the size of the top and bottom of the Cabinet: these two parts are equal (the length of this element is equal to the length of the wardrobe and the width is the depth of the wardrobe). Determine the size of the Central steveh: depends on the height of these components from the desired height where is placed the rod for hanging clothes. In most cases, the height of the Central pillars is 1900 mm. Determine the number of shelves and, on this basis, calculate their dimensions and the gap between them.
Producing calculations of individual parts of the design, consider the thickness of the chipboard! It may be different: 16, 18 or even 22 mm.
Useful advice
The number of doors in the closet is determined by the size of the structure and the important condition that the width of one door leaf should not be greater than 1000 mm.

Advice 2: How to calculate door coupe

Before the order for manufacturing of doorscoupe it is necessary to accurately measure the opening into which they are installed. You must strictly follow the algorithm of measurement. All follow carefully.
How to calculate door coupe
Measure the height of the opening (opening). The measuring system produce, in several places, with a pitch of about 600-700 mm. height Difference should be no more than 15 mm. For the height of the opening, choose the minimum height value. Make sure no draft floor, otherwise door coupe will roll.
Measure the width of the opening (W opening). In the same way as in the previous paragraph, the width of the opening measure in several places. Allowable variation is 20 mm, the width take the highest value (considered the standard case to-doorcoupé, which move perpendicular to the side walls).
Measure the opening depth (D opening). To do this, first determine the brand that you take. Next, you need to know the width of the guides of the doors-coupe. Usually it is about 82 mm., Then the minimum depth of the opening will be too 82 mm. However, it is necessary to leave a margin for adjustment of 10-15mm. Hence, in this example, the depth of the opening will be 100mm.
Calculation of size-doorcoupe:
Height door-coupe (DV) count according to the formula:
DV = In the opening 40 mm.
The width of the door-coupé (W DV), consider the formula:
(a) For two doors:
Ø DV = (W opening + 20 mm)/2 (20mm is the size to fit Schlegel first overlap doors).
b) For the three doors:
Ø DV = (W of the aperture + 40 mm)/3, (40mm is the size of the two doors overlap).
C) For the four doors:
Ø DV = (W of the aperture + 40 mm)/4, (40mm is the size of the two doors overlap).
Four - door-coupe can be positioned in different ways- as the two overlap (this is the more popular option), and with three overlaps.
The length of the guides (D eg) for built-in cabinets, consider the formula:
E.g. d= ø of hole is 2 mm
Reduce the length for ease of installation.
The length of the guides (D eg) for basic cabinets is considered to be according to the formula:
D eg= ø aperture +40 mm.
The increase of 40 mm is necessary, to adjust the size at the installation site, because the spacecraft, the size of the top and bottom rails is usually different. The algorithm for calculating the width of the door compartment is only suitable for straight cabinets. In the case of angular structures need special programs for modeling.
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