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Corner Drawer Cabinet

Postby Gary Puckett » Thu, Apr 29 2010, 10:24AM

Has anyone done a corner drawer cabinet with drawers in eCab/

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Re: Corner Drawer Cabinet

Postby Josh Rayburn » Thu, Apr 29 2010, 10:34AM

not with any success....
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Re: Corner Drawer Cabinet

Postby Rick Palechuk » Thu, Apr 29 2010, 11:43AM

Gary, pie shaped or angled? For angled, you could create a bank of drawers with no top or deck, then slide it in to a corner cab.

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Re: Corner Drawer Cabinet

Postby Gary Puckett » Thu, Apr 29 2010, 12:55PM

Rick,

It is for this pull out corner thing. Never done one I guess the corner cabinet is just a pull cabinet, but I don't know. I think Kerry made one but I can't find it.

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Re: Corner Drawer Cabinet

Postby Gary Puckett » Thu, Apr 29 2010, 1:16PM

SORRY WRONG IMAGE IN THE ABOVE POST. This is the corner drawer that will go into the corner cabinet. But I still need to know how to do the one on top

Still never made one of these.

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Re: Corner Drawer Cabinet

Postby Josh Rayburn » Thu, Apr 29 2010, 1:19PM

Hey Gary,
The one on top is just a regular old blind corner cabinet with the pullout system installed into it - I don't think it's anything special. I've done a few over the years but don't have a saved one (that I can find anyway) to share at the moment.... I did actually have one all set up for the predrilled mounting holes for the Magic Corner II pullout, and it was sweet. Only used it once though.
Never had a request for the trianglular drawer in a corner, though I've toyed with it unsuccessfully. I'm sure we could think up a way to fool ecabs into doing it somehow...
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Re: Corner Drawer Cabinet

Postby Rick Palechuk » Thu, Apr 29 2010, 1:28PM

Do you need to show a client, or just a shop drawing?

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Re: Corner Drawer Cabinet

Postby Gary Puckett » Thu, Apr 29 2010, 1:59PM

Would like to show the client in the presentation. I guess the drawers would have to made as an assembly and manuly placed in the oppenings of the cabinet

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Re: Corner Drawer Cabinet

Postby Kerry Fullington » Fri, Apr 30 2010, 6:07AM

Gary,

I was in on a discussion about these at one time but I think George Davidson is the one that drew the cabinet. I couldn't find the thread either.

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Re: Corner Drawer Cabinet

Postby Gary Puckett » Fri, Apr 30 2010, 6:16AM

Kerry do you have a stl file of the wire pull out? I tried to down load the DXF files from Rev-A-Shelf but when I tried to open it it said the file was empty

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Re: Corner Drawer Cabinet

Postby Gary Puckett » Fri, Apr 30 2010, 6:53AM

Kerry,

I got the file to work so I don't need the stl file for the wire pull out.

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Re: Corner Drawer Cabinet

Postby George Davidson » Fri, Apr 30 2010, 7:28AM

Corner Drawer Cabinet
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Re: Corner Drawer Cabinet

Postby Karl Shikles » Thu, Mar 10 2011, 12:58PM

George, did you do this? How was it done?

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Re: Corner Drawer Cabinet

Postby George Davidson » Thu, Mar 10 2011, 1:59PM

Hi Karl
Yes I made it in 2007 it took me a lot of time then

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Re: Corner Drawer Cabinet

Postby Dennis Englert » Thu, Mar 10 2011, 4:17PM

Here's my guess.

Create a drawer in the Drawer Box Designer. Using the Part Edito, make the cuts to the bottom and bevel the front edges of the sides. There would not be a drawer front.

In the Cabinet Editor, as stated before, you could install the drawers into a standard box. I believe that you can delete all of the components of the cabinet. You might want to have the sides inset. Looking at the jpg, there are two vertical struts at the back of the cabinet that the drawer guides are mounted to. The drawer boxes, minus the case would be installed into the corner cabinet. Since this is a cabinet, the sizes could be adjusted as needed for height and width. This would make it fairly easy also to change the drawer configuration.

If you didn't use a cabinet, then you'd have to install each drawer as a display drawer and define the dimensions. Overall, a little harder or more time consuming.

The drawer fronts would be door fronts. The jpg is of a framed cabinet, so the door would have to be an inset door. You'll have to pick lazy susan or other door type.

Seems doable anyway.

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