I have been trying to figure this for over two hours. I need a formula to calculate base shoe for the bottoms of all cabinets that sit on the floor in the bathrooms and kitchen.
The "best" variables I see to use to calculate this is width and depth. I was going to use (depth + width)*1.1 or something to get it close, since some cabinets have visible sides and some do not. I only have 'depth' in my formula currently, because I'm trying to figure out why it's not calculating correctly. Trying to narrow it down.
I only have one cabinet drawn on the entire drawing. When I select 'Highlight Entities" the only thing it selects is this bathroom vanity.
I have a couple questions. First, why does my material report list each individual measurement instead of one line item with the total? I don't have it set up to calculate by a dimension, so I don't understand why it doesn't show just one line with the total.
The second question is.. The numbers don't make any sense. The cabinet is 2' deep. So, according to my formula, it should return a value of 2 or 24, depending on whether it's set up for feet or inches, since i'm using the 'depth' variable. Instead it is returning the values 16, 4, and 2 and displaying them on my report. Since there is only one variable and one cabinet this doesn't make any sense to me at all.