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Finished ends

Postby Forrest Chapman » Mon, Jun 24 2013, 7:15AM

Hello everyone, we run mostly production parts for other shops and do some finishing as well. What are some simple ways you guys have found to designate finished ends. In our case we often need to paint and or veneer and finish base or upper ends. We would prefer to cut these parts out of the same material as the rest of the box but need a way of marking them within ecabs that is easy to see on the label. Any and all ideas are appreciated.


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Re: Finished ends

Postby Scott Marshburn » Mon, Jun 24 2013, 9:06AM

You can name the ends in cabinet editor using the user part name feature for example you could name a left end "Left End Finished" or you could use abbreviations "LE F" or "LE UF"

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Re: Finished ends

Postby Daniel Odom » Mon, Jun 24 2013, 4:19PM

Maybe designate a specific assembly mark that is only used for finished ends if you're using joinery.


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