Position of the beam?Position of the beam?RE: Position of the beam?vasko .2009-03-20T12:59:04Z2009-03-20T12:59:04ZHello,<br />Can you send us by e-mail a simple scheme of desired construction, since I cannot very well understand it - do you put a single sunblind on a whole frame, or separate blinds on every wing?vasko .2009-03-20T12:59:04ZRE: Position of the beam?Milan Temenugovski2009-03-20T10:39:14Z2009-03-20T10:39:14ZFor the blinds we use a separate standard and it works well for single and double windows.<br />In the calculation of lamelas we use formula something like this : 0108010 = (H/37) XL-210. <br />The procedure is as follows : open the new window select standard for blinds, add blinds, choose a standard for window, add window. <br />However,we don't know how to determine the width of lamelas at the triple window with beams to use only standard for the blinds.<br /><br />Thank you in advance.Milan Temenugovski2009-03-20T10:39:14ZRE: Position of the beam?CCG Office2009-03-04T13:49:55Z2009-03-04T13:49:55ZUsually, lamellas depend on cell dimensions. The most common way is to create a Standard and add them in Cell->Accessories List. For example if lamel width is 40:<br /> lamel=H/40x(L-10)<br />Is this OK for your case?CCG Office2009-03-04T13:49:55ZPosition of the beam?Milan Temenugovski2009-03-03T13:41:04Z2009-03-03T13:41:04ZIn Accessories Format how can we get position of the beam (symbol or formula) to use in the formula to calculate the width of lamellas for double window?Milan Temenugovski2009-03-03T13:41:04Z