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Sergio Fetter
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Molding

Postby Sergio Fetter » Mon, May 19 2008, 1:05PM

Hello everyone,
I spent most of my weekend trying to make a molding for a cabinet. After trying very hard... no success. Could someone give some tips on how to make a molding like that? I have a molding that I downloaded from somewhere, but I need in different sizes.
Thank you very much!
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Sergio Fetter
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Mark Taylor
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Re: Molding

Postby Mark Taylor » Wed, May 21 2008, 9:27PM

Sergio...
obviously as you have figured out that would be a difficult accessory to make...but if the molding you have here works you can simply load it into the display part editor - add texture etc and then save it to a directory. At that point you can load it into the cabinet editor and resize it as needed.
Hope that helps
Mark

Sergio Fetter
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Re: Molding

Postby Sergio Fetter » Thu, May 22 2008, 6:38AM

Mark,
Thank you very much for your help. Yes, I did realize the difficulty to create such.
Your suggestion is going to be well used. I will try to download some moldings from some other places.
Again thank you very much!
Sergio Fetter
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