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Angled Cabinet

Postby John Tortorello » Thu, Dec 22 2011, 8:42AM

Does anybody know how to create a cabinet with angled sides?

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John

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Re: Angled Cabinet

Postby JohnLashuay » Thu, Dec 22 2011, 5:03PM

Do you have a sketch of what you are looking for that you could upload?
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Re: Angled Cabinet

Postby John Tortorello » Fri, Dec 23 2011, 3:40AM

See attached image

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Re: Angled Cabinet

Postby Kerry Fullington » Fri, Dec 23 2011, 8:39AM

John,

You will need to build it from a corner cabinet. I have attached a cabinet and i can walk you through it if you need.

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Re: Angled Cabinet

Postby John Tortorello » Fri, Dec 23 2011, 10:30AM

Kerry,
Am I looking at the front of the cabinet or the back?
If it is the back I will have issues placing molding on.
John

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Re: Angled Cabinet

Postby Kerry Fullington » Fri, Dec 23 2011, 10:53AM

John,
This is a view of the front of the cabinet. You can extend the two ends in length so that you can miter them but eCabinets will not show that graphically.

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What is the issue for moldings.


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Re: Angled Cabinet

Postby John Tortorello » Fri, Dec 23 2011, 11:09AM

Kerry,
when you say extend the two ends in length, how does that translate in the software?
Is it right front, left front, right back, left back etc.
Also I take the word graphically to mean I won't see it?

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John

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Re: Angled Cabinet

Postby George Davidson » Sun, Dec 25 2011, 12:26AM

Angled Cabinet
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Re: Angled Cabinet

Postby John Tortorello » Tue, Dec 27 2011, 5:44AM

Kerry,
The cabinet you created looks good, see attached results when I put a fixed in the cabinet.

How do I get around that?

John
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Re: Angled Cabinet

Postby Kerry Fullington » Tue, Dec 27 2011, 7:29PM

John,
I don't get that result when I add a fixed shelf. My fixed shelf looks like the adjustable shelf I posted above.

I have to use some tricks to get the cabinet you want from the corner cabinet.
In the cabinet I posted I have turned off the left and right ends. To add shelves I must turn the ends on, add the shelves and then turn the ends back off.
You probably won't ber able to adjust any dimensions or make changes to the cabinet without turning the ends on.

We are doing some things this cabinet was not designed to do.

I haven't looked at Georges cabinets to see if he had some better ideas. When I get back to the office Friday I will play with this some more. Right now I am working on a netbook using stolen internet so it is hard to experiment.

Kerry

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Re: Angled Cabinet

Postby George Davidson » Tue, Dec 27 2011, 9:05PM

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Re: Angled Cabinet

Postby George Davidson » Tue, Dec 27 2011, 9:27PM

Angled Cabinet
DXF Files_Deck,Top,Shelf
I set them up in a Cad program and save the DXF File in e-Cabinets
I hope this helps you John
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