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Ruben Figueroa
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Light switch

Postby Ruben Figueroa » Tue, Jan 03 2012, 4:21PM

Is it possible to place a light switch on the cabinet instead of on the wall?

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Re: Light switch

Postby Rick Palechuk » Tue, Jan 03 2012, 5:49PM

Hi Ruben, it is possible by using a Display Object. I don't have one, but I have a DXF file of a double plate if someone can convert it.
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Re: Light switch

Postby George Davidson » Tue, Jan 03 2012, 10:08PM

Light switchs with Plate
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Re: Light switch

Postby Rick Palechuk » Tue, Jan 03 2012, 10:15PM

Your the man George!

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Re: Light switch

Postby George Davidson » Wed, Jan 04 2012, 5:37PM

Thank You Rick
I hope it works for Ruben

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Re: Light switch

Postby Heath Doty » Fri, Jan 20 2012, 11:53AM

George,

I always notice lots of custom hardware/products in your image posts... do you model those externally and import them as STL files, then convert to HSF?

I've been bringing things in that way but I'm not sure I know how to get different colors/finishes applied to different surfaces of the HSFs.

Share some of your secrets with us 8)

Heath

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Re: Light switch

Postby George Davidson » Sun, Jan 22 2012, 5:06PM

Hi Heath
Yes I make most of them in a Cad program then turn them into Stl and put them in e-Cabinets like you said as HSF.
I find a picture on the web. then bring it into the Cad program and copy it.
If you need help on anything made in Cad let me know.

Dennis Englert

Re: Light switch

Postby Dennis Englert » Mon, Jan 23 2012, 1:51PM

The STL files are brought into the Display Part Editor. There you can change the finish and save it as a HSF file.

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