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Re: What Would You Like to See in Design Sharing?

Posted: Thu, Oct 16 2008, 3:56PM
by Chris B Campbell
I'm not a heavy user of the forum so I am not sure this is the right spot for this request.
Has anyone built different fonts and numbers to be used for inset carvings?

Thanks
Chris

Re: What Would You Like to See in Design Sharing?

Posted: Thu, Oct 30 2008, 10:35AM
by JohnLashuay
Jason Susnjara wrote: You can purchase Kerry's design and change the construction but this is to be used by you and not to sell again. This is becasue each library is tagged to the maker.


I was wondering how can I know if I am using a redesigned cabinet that we purchased from Kerry? I have quite a few libraries made up, but I'm not sure if I started them with one of the cabinets from Kerry's library or from one of the standard ones. If I am going to try to get into design sharing, I want to make sure that the cabinets can be used. :wink:

-John

Re: What Would You Like to See in Design Sharing?

Posted: Thu, Oct 30 2008, 10:54AM
by Jason Susnjara
Hi John,

You should be able to right click the cabinet and select "Design Sharing Info".

Re: What Would You Like to See in Design Sharing?

Posted: Thu, Oct 30 2008, 11:01AM
by JohnLashuay
Thanks Jason!

That is pretty clear.

-John

Re: What Would You Like to See in Design Sharing?

Posted: Sun, Dec 27 2009, 3:34PM
by George Pennington
I haven't had the first bit of feedback yet. No criticism. No niceties. I've never been able to interact with any of these people. I guess I don't measure up.

Re: What Would You Like to See in Design Sharing?

Posted: Sun, Dec 27 2009, 4:45PM
by Gary Puckett
George,

What are you referring to?

Gary

Re: What Would You Like to See in Design Sharing?

Posted: Mon, Dec 28 2009, 12:12PM
by George Pennington
My posting in page two of "What Would You Like to See in Design Sharing". I'm a chairmaker. I'm a two time exhibitor at the International Contemporary Furniture Fair.

Re: What Would You Like to See in Design Sharing?

Posted: Mon, Dec 28 2009, 3:20PM
by DanEpps
George Pennington wrote:I haven't had the first bit of feedback yet. No criticism. No niceties. I've never been able to interact with any of these people. I guess I don't measure up.


I think what happened to you is that you threadjacked the original post by changing the subject of it. If you would like feedback on your stools, you should start a separate thread and explicitly ask for feedback.

Another thing to note is that Design Sharing was a program previously offered by Thermwood where one could package libraries of designs for sale to others. The program is (as far as I know) no longer operating.

Re: What Would You Like to See in Design Sharing?

Posted: Tue, Dec 29 2009, 1:04PM
by George Pennington
Have you had a look? I'm not sure what "threadjack" means, but my intent was not malicious. I confess to being bitter. I am also a complete computer bungler. I'm absolutely an artist, regardless. Incidentally, I own and have read three of Mr. Susnjara's books. Wish I had the customer base to own one of those machines. I've visited Thermwood in Dale, and have discussed my chairmaking with some of the staff. I want to play, and will share, "Design". Can I post pencil drawings here?

Re: What Would You Like to See in Design Sharing?

Posted: Tue, Dec 29 2009, 1:37PM
by Gary Puckett
George,

If you can convert your pencil drawing to a jpeg image sure post away.

Gary

Re: What Would You Like to See in Design Sharing?

Posted: Tue, Dec 29 2009, 8:57PM
by George Pennington
Gary, who built the kitchen counter chairs on your web site? Nice site(I still prefer Euro). What could I do as a chairmaker to compliment your approach? What could we share or create together? A solid wood chair seat?