how to create in ecabinets

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how to create in ecabinets

Postby mohan kommineni » Wed, May 27 2009, 11:39PM

we are trying to make few bases which are round. how to construct round base of 500 diameter is there any option to do in cabinets i tried to do it by taking a square and fillet it in cabinet editor but failed it doesnt allow 4th side filet got stuck,anyone had tryed to create round base pls suggest

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Re: how to create in ecabinets

Postby Nick M Singer » Thu, May 28 2009, 1:22AM

It should be very easy to do in the part editor, use the "contour" icon and create an arc or circle there by selcting the circle/arc icon. Afterwards you can create a part using a closed contour.

Ryan Hochgesang

Re: how to create in ecabinets

Postby Ryan Hochgesang » Thu, May 28 2009, 7:40AM

For future reference, this posting would be best located under the eCabinet section of the forum. This would allow more communication with those who are specifically using eCabinets.

Link:

viewforum.php?f=3


Thank you!

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Re: how to create in ecabinets

Postby mohan kommineni » Thu, May 28 2009, 6:41PM

Nick M Singer wrote:It should be very easy to do in the part editor, use the "contour" icon and create an arc or circle there by selcting the circle/arc icon. Afterwards you can create a part using a closed contour.



hi nick
thanks for giving the hint that helped me.

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Re: how to create in ecabinets

Postby mohan kommineni » Thu, May 28 2009, 6:44PM

Ryan Hochgesang wrote:For future reference, this posting would be best located under the eCabinet section of the forum. This would allow more communication with those who are specifically using eCabinets.

Link:

viewforum.php?f=3


Thank you!


i agree with u ryan i request the admin to take a chance and move the post to relevant section

Thank you


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