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by Kerry Fullington
Thu, Jan 12 2006, 8:33AM
Forum: Customer Images
Topic: Curved Woodwork
Replies: 24
Views: 18976

Nick, I think this is something that the eCabinet guys need to know about. George's parts aren't keeping the modifications that he made in the part editor. When you take the part to the part editor it just shows the \"slab\" that he started with. The only thing I can think of is that the part editor...
by Kerry Fullington
Mon, Jan 09 2006, 8:06AM
Forum: Customer Images
Topic: Moldings
Replies: 7
Views: 6280

Very nice Paul,
I would like a copy of those tools also.
Kerry
by Kerry Fullington
Wed, Dec 21 2005, 7:42PM
Forum: Customer Images
Topic: Curved Woodwork
Replies: 24
Views: 18976

That is nice work George.
I can tell you are having fun with this.
Kerry
by Kerry Fullington
Tue, Dec 20 2005, 8:40AM
Forum: Customer Tools
Topic: 3\" Wide Fluted Bit
Replies: 21
Views: 21063

Lee, In the Cabinet Assembly editor highlight the part you want to profile by clicking on it/ Click on the Part Editor icon and this will sen the part to the part editor/ Click on the Profile edge icon/ You will now be prompted to choose single, partial or chain/ For this tool you will probably sele...
by Kerry Fullington
Mon, Dec 12 2005, 8:29PM
Forum: Customer Images
Topic: Looking for Hsf file on a Fireplace
Replies: 9
Views: 7139

Here are the fireplace flame jpegs that I use.
Kerry
by Kerry Fullington
Mon, Dec 12 2005, 9:01AM
Forum: Customer Images
Topic: Looking for Hsf file on a Fireplace
Replies: 9
Views: 7139

Lee,
I got some pictures off the internet. I will gather them up and post them here this evening.
Kerry
by Kerry Fullington
Mon, Dec 12 2005, 8:59AM
Forum: Customer Images
Topic: Looking for Hsf file on a Fireplace
Replies: 9
Views: 7139

George,
This is what I came up with when I put it with a mantel. Looks like I need to move the mantel over an inch of so to the right. Oh well you get the gist.
Kerry
by Kerry Fullington
Sun, Dec 11 2005, 9:00PM
Forum: Customer Images
Topic: Jewelry Armoire
Replies: 8
Views: 6070

George, If it is a display cube when you select the image you can then choose to either stretch the image or set the tile sizes to get the image size you want. You can also export the display cube to the display part editor where you can change the image size and orientation and save the cube as a d...
by Kerry Fullington
Sun, Dec 11 2005, 6:44PM
Forum: Customer Images
Topic: Jewelry Armoire
Replies: 8
Views: 6070

George,
Great presentation.
Kerry
by Kerry Fullington
Sun, Dec 11 2005, 10:47AM
Forum: Customer Images
Topic: Looking for Hsf file on a Fireplace
Replies: 9
Views: 7139

George, You could make a firebox with a cutout in a display cube. the only problem is that the brick image gets messed up when you cut the pocket. I exported this one to the display parts editor and played with the image but as you can see the display parts editor has the problem of skewing the imag...
by Kerry Fullington
Thu, Dec 01 2005, 6:22PM
Forum: Customer Images
Topic: Something a little different (for me)
Replies: 16
Views: 14820

Thanks All, This was fun to do. Joe, if I get rid of the wires how do I plug the table in? Just kidding I hate cutting grommets through table and desk tops. Mike, I am not very proficient with Photo Shop and sometimes a bad photo is just a bad photo. I need to take more time with them. Jean, I hope ...
by Kerry Fullington
Wed, Nov 30 2005, 10:45AM
Forum: Customer Images
Topic: Something a little different (for me)
Replies: 16
Views: 14820

Finally got around to this project. The customers opted for just the single table but it turned out OK. Forgive the photography the fluorescent lights really bleach out the inlay and there isn't enough room for my lights in this little room.
Kerry
by Kerry Fullington
Fri, Nov 18 2005, 2:43PM
Forum: Customer Images
Topic: First Picture of my Kitchen....
Replies: 20
Views: 17101

Very nice Audrey, I like it.
The design as well as the render. Post some more shots.
Kerry
by Kerry Fullington
Wed, Nov 16 2005, 7:54PM
Forum: Customer Tools
Topic: 3\" Wide Fluted Bit
Replies: 21
Views: 21063

Dave, For a tools directory just make a \"new folder\" and name it tools. You can place it anywhere you can find it. I would suggest in the eCabinets folder. I moved mine into my eCabinets/jobs/ folder with all of my job files so that when Dan Epps Backup Utility backs up my jobs it backs up my tool...
by Kerry Fullington
Fri, Oct 21 2005, 8:34AM
Forum: Customer Images
Topic: I did'nt know 2
Replies: 3
Views: 5007

Todd,
Here is a real quick ecab drawing of your cutting board above. You can go into as much detail as you like.
Kerry

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