Toe Kick

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John J. Desmond
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Toe Kick

Postby John J. Desmond » Tue, Jun 02 2009, 6:02PM

I am wondering if anyone has a great way of doing toe kicks? If I use ecabs only a front toe is on the cut list. It would be great if it gave a front and back toe. I keep sleepers on hand depending on the depth of the cabinet. I am trying to avoid adding a toe to every cabinet on the job. I have to save as an assembly after adding a toe and this is rather confusing when I am trying to remember where everything is, or I have to make a save file for each job in assemblies as well as cabinet. Any input into this :?:

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jerry johnson
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Re: Toe Kick

Postby jerry johnson » Tue, Jun 02 2009, 6:29PM

John, just add a stretcher to the cabinet and it will resize with the cabinet. Then you can use your pre-made sleepers. 8)
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Rick Palechuk
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Re: Toe Kick

Postby Rick Palechuk » Tue, Jun 02 2009, 10:13PM

John, this is the re-sizable base I use.
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Re: Toe Kick

Postby Rick Palechuk » Wed, Jun 03 2009, 12:10AM

Sorry John, misunderstood the question. If you follow Jerry's method that should work for you. You can also hilite the part and give it a user part name like Rear Toe kick. That will then show up on your cutlist.


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