How do you offer a Design

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How do you offer a Design

Postby Gary Puckett » Wed, Dec 17 2008, 10:54AM

How do you go about offering a design, but the Item on the piece can't be showed with eCabinet's system


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Re: How do you offer a Design

Postby DanEpps » Wed, Dec 17 2008, 11:01AM

Gary Puckett wrote:How do you go about offering a design, but the Item on the piece can't be showed with eCabinet's system


Huh? What in the world are you saying?

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Re: How do you offer a Design

Postby Gary Puckett » Wed, Dec 17 2008, 12:17PM

Dan,

I was thinking about getting in the design sharing program and offering my mantel and top mantel design, and I don't know how to go about it sence the bottom part of the mantel has that crown offered by Enkeboll that I can't get to show on a drawing useing eCabinet.

I think subsituting it with a plain crown will take away from the design. So I was asking for some suggestions.

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Re: How do you offer a Design

Postby DanEpps » Wed, Dec 17 2008, 1:35PM

I think you should only place items in Design Sharing that can be completely designed in eCabinets and have the capability for all parts of the design to be machined on a Thermwood CNC.

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Re: How do you offer a Design

Postby Gary Puckett » Wed, Dec 17 2008, 1:38PM

So your saying with design sharing you aren't allowed to purchase any items :?:

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Re: How do you offer a Design

Postby DanEpps » Wed, Dec 17 2008, 3:36PM

No, not at all. What I'm saying is that in keeping with the spirit of the program, everything should be able to be machined on a Thermwood CNC.

You definitely need to be able to display the design in eCabinets whether it uses purchased or machined components.

Keep in mind that not everyone would want exactly the same moldings on a project and would change them to suit their personal taste.

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Re: How do you offer a Design

Postby Damon Nabors » Wed, Dec 17 2008, 11:26PM

Hey Gary, Are you going to pay any royalties to those that helped out with the design? :joker:
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Re: How do you offer a Design

Postby Gary Puckett » Wed, Dec 17 2008, 11:44PM

Damon,

I was useing the first design for the top mantel . I like it a lot more .
I think the more ornate top mantel goes with the bottom.

Anyway that guy could only talk the talk , and when it came time to walk the walk..... he just kept walking and walking and walking away :joker:

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Re: How do you offer a Design

Postby Damon Nabors » Thu, Dec 18 2008, 12:00AM

Darn, there goes the retirement fund
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Re: How do you offer a Design

Postby Gary Puckett » Thu, Dec 18 2008, 12:03AM

oh well back to work
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Re: How do you offer a Design

Postby DanEpps » Thu, Dec 18 2008, 6:55AM

Rats! I was so looking forward to having some money to spend for Christmas. :joker:


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