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An Introduction to the Edit Worktop Tools in 2020 Fusion

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Article Number000009240
TitleAn Introduction to the Edit Worktop Tools in 2020 Fusion
Applies to2020 Fusion; 2020 Fusion live
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Applies to:

2020 Fusion and 2020 Fusion Live

What Are the Tools in Edit Worktops and What Are Their Uses?

1. Single Corner Cut.
Single Corner Cut
This is used to apply a slash cut to a corner and can be applied either by moving the mouse to visually achieve the desired cut or by entering the X and Y offsets if specific values are known.

2. Double Corner Cut.
Double Corner Cut
This is used to apply a square cut out of the selected corner. You may utilise this when cutting around a post for example. As with the single corner cut, you can use mouse movement or an X and Y offset in its application.

3. Convex Corner Curve.
Convex Corner Curve
This is used to apply a radius to the selected corner. You might use this to match the curve over the top of a curved unit or round the corners of a peninsula or island. This can be freehand with mouse control or by X and Y offset.

4. Concave Corner Curve
Concave Corner Curve
This is used to apply a rounded recess to the selected corner. You might use this if you are creating a booth seating area. This can be freehand with mouse control or by X and Y offset.

5. Move Corner Point
Move Corner Point
This is used to manually move the selected point to the desired location. Upon initial activation of the tool, you can only move along the X or Y axis. However, if you select your X or Y point, you can then activate the tool again to move on the opposite axis.

6. Triple Cut
Triple Cut
This is used to give you a square recess in the worktop and is ideal for cutting around a Belfast/Butler sink. This can be freehand with mouse control or by X and Y offset.

7. Stretch Selected Edge.
Stretch Selected Edge
Possibly the most utilised of all the worktop tools, this is used to pull out or push in the selected edge. This can be freehand with mouse control or by X offset with + and - values.

8. ​Extend into Sill.​​​​​​
Extend into Sill
This is used to pull the worktop into a window sill when the worktop runs the full length in front of the window. This can be dragged into the window opening freehand or by entering the thickness equaling the depth into the window opening you want your worktop to extend.

9. Convex Arc.
Convex Arc
This is used to add a convex arc to an edge in a similar way to a convex corner cut. This can be dragged freehand to the desired visual or by X offset.

10. Concave Arc.
Concave Arc
This is used to add a concave arc to an edge in a similar way to a concave corner cut. This can be dragged freehand to the desired visual or by X offset.

11. Split Selected Edge.
Split Selected Edge
This is used to add a break into an edge so that you can extend a desired section of the run of worktop, such as to pull a section out to build a peninsula. This split can be positioned freehand or by entering a value in "Split From Left" or "Split From Right."

12. Merge Selected Edge.
Merge Selected Edge
This is used to remove a break into an edge and will allow the full edge to be moved as a singular. This is used by clicking on the indicated split to remove it.

13. Freehand.
Freehand
This is used to draw in worktops manually by selecting the desired Catalogue:, Name: and Description, then by clicking points/hotspots to draw in the worktop. "Double click" finish.

 
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