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by Michael S Murray
Tue, Jan 02 2007, 5:22PM
Forum: Design Sharing
Topic: Members Design Needs?
Replies: 16
Views: 10144

Hey Jody, I would think some cool ent. centers with some carvings, about 8' or so would be good, something like 84 to 95\" high. Maybe a couple nice executive desks, with some carvings obviously. Any one can design the ent. centers and the desks, the carvings and the code would be what I would ...
by Michael S Murray
Tue, Jan 02 2007, 7:54AM
Forum: eCabinet Systems Software
Topic: mdf paint doors
Replies: 10
Views: 3401

Hey Mark, I dream of the Day when I get to rest!!!One of my employees just put in a 2 week pay period of 137 hrs. The sad thing is that I am here first and always leave last, so what is that saying about my sad, sick life ? We have more than enough work for the router, if the rest of the shop could ...
by Michael S Murray
Sun, Dec 31 2006, 9:55AM
Forum: eCabinet Systems Software
Topic: Hello everybody and Happy New Year!
Replies: 9
Views: 3094

Mike,
Breakfast is over and I am know enjoying my e-cabs! I have a lady coming in today at 1 who has been waiting 3 months for drawings. I always say I wish I had been so popular with the ladies back in high school life would have been different :P
by Michael S Murray
Sun, Dec 31 2006, 9:10AM
Forum: eCabinet Systems Software
Topic: Hello everybody and Happy New Year!
Replies: 9
Views: 3094

hey mike, sam maloof is famous for mostly his awsome rocking chairs, he has been knocked off by every one. he does many other things but his signature is smooth flowing lines with celebrated joinery. he has at least one video out, it is taken in his shop and is very cool to watch, I know you could n...
by Michael S Murray
Sun, Dec 31 2006, 8:35AM
Forum: eCabinet Systems Software
Topic: Hello everybody and Happy New Year!
Replies: 9
Views: 3094

Jose, The week training in Indiana would definetly get you up and running. Although,You should be able to get a room drawn and a basic kitchen drawn by using the e-cabs made easy available through the software. Is that you with Sam Maloof in your pics? Also, if you plan on putting shop photos on you...
by Michael S Murray
Fri, Dec 29 2006, 8:59AM
Forum: eCabinet Systems Software
Topic: Detached Toe Base selection
Replies: 19
Views: 11604

Hey Joe, I dont know if this will help, but here is how I do it.I also use adj. legs , so I just set my base cabinets in the job at 4\" from the floor. Then I figure how many pcs of 4\" toe I will need and add them in to job through batch, that way they get nested and cut.If I get a client...
by Michael S Murray
Thu, Dec 28 2006, 5:10PM
Forum: eCabinet Systems Software
Topic: mdf paint doors
Replies: 10
Views: 3401

Hey Rob, My router runs about two to three days a week, that is all we can get assembled and installed. I once ran 7 kitchens at one run and it was a mess for a month after, parts and carts everywhere. I now run only a couple at a time and weight for them to get through finish,then when they get to ...
by Michael S Murray
Wed, Dec 27 2006, 2:19PM
Forum: eCabinet Systems Software
Topic: mdf paint doors
Replies: 10
Views: 3401

Rob, if your like me, your better off if you dont run something for some one who doesnt get it. My example would be the 4 guys in my shop who were just about caught up this morning, They are now buried 6 hrs later,thanks to the router and several jobs I had hiding in there! How can you compare 2.5% ...
by Michael S Murray
Wed, Dec 27 2006, 1:15PM
Forum: eCabinet Systems Software
Topic: mdf paint doors
Replies: 10
Views: 3401

Thank you Forrest, that is just the info. I was looking for. I have cut some nice mdf projects, but am not looking to be the pioneer in anything new.(learning to rein in the horse a little) I have more to do than I can possibly get to and tackling something else problematic is not one of them. Thank...
by Michael S Murray
Wed, Dec 27 2006, 11:14AM
Forum: eCabinet Systems Software
Topic: mdf paint doors
Replies: 10
Views: 3401

hey Rob, I am not a fan of mdf doors either, but I have turned down a couple offers of running them for other people and I was just wondering if any one was having success with it. I am more concerned with the modeling portion of it and how effecient it was getting them through the software and to t...
by Michael S Murray
Wed, Dec 27 2006, 7:31AM
Forum: eCabinet Systems Software
Topic: horizontal grain
Replies: 7
Views: 2399

Yes sir, have deleted the drawer, have deleted the doors and drawers, even deleted the slab door and drawer front and rebuilt them also.No luck so far. Have to get a couple jobs going and then will return to this later today.
Thank you Dan,
Mike
by Michael S Murray
Tue, Dec 26 2006, 8:12PM
Forum: eCabinet Systems Software
Topic: horizontal grain
Replies: 7
Views: 2399

Thanks Dan,yes I did pick up on that size box having a mind of its own. I just got the guts to load v-12 this morning and seem to have a couple odd things going on now.For some reason i cannot get it to do anything other than resizing to 7 1/16 and overlapping the doors I will work on this more tomm...
by Michael S Murray
Tue, Dec 26 2006, 6:01PM
Forum: eCabinet Systems Software
Topic: horizontal grain
Replies: 7
Views: 2399

Hey Dan, Thanks for the help, heres a couple different versions of what is happening to me. Notice the one named problem child has the drawer front overlapping the doors. The door size is correct and the drawer front height should be 6.625. the slab drawer front just seems to ignore the reveal/gap s...
by Michael S Murray
Tue, Dec 26 2006, 2:15PM
Forum: eCabinet Systems Software
Topic: horizontal grain
Replies: 7
Views: 2399

horizontal grain

Hello, I have a client who has been hitting the design mags a little to much. She has a 125 yr old farmhouse, yet wants to put a kitchen in like you might see in a big city apartment. Of course I said NO PROBLEM! Actually it should not be, but what I thought would be simple in the software is throwi...
by Michael S Murray
Tue, Dec 26 2006, 9:29AM
Forum: eCabinet Systems Software
Topic: Designing Panels
Replies: 1
Views: 1526

Hey Mike, Several different ways of accomplishing this. One way to do this would be to take a standard face frame cabinet, add your rails and stiles, adjust to correct size and then remove every thing except the face frame, you might even try to just move the back up and use it for your panel, or us...

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