Angled End Cabinet & Rendering Background Question

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Angled End Cabinet & Rendering Background Question

Postby Brandan Hanz » Fri, Jul 03 2009, 4:16PM

I have 2 questions I need some help with :

1. Can someone start me out on how to design either a base or a wall cabinet that is on the end of a cabinet run and the face frame angles back to the wall? Basically a triangle shaped cabinet.

2. Is there any way to not have the "screen shade" colors on a rendering? I'm talking about the slow transition from black-to-gray-to white that is adjustable. That chews through the ink when printing!!!

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Re: Angled End Cabinet & Rendering Background Question

Postby DanEpps » Sat, Jul 04 2009, 7:39AM

For the angles cabinet, put a front inset on the end and click the Angle Part button (on the Construction Settings dialog). Have the top, deck and shelves follow the end.

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Re: Angled End Cabinet & Rendering Background Question

Postby John J. Desmond » Sat, Jul 04 2009, 8:18AM

How do you get the face frame to follow? :oops: And the left end to miter back on the front? :?:
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Re: Angled End Cabinet & Rendering Background Question

Postby Kerry Fullington » Sat, Jul 04 2009, 8:21AM

John,

You will have to create the face frame as a seperate cabinet then manually rotate it and attach it to the front of your angled cabinet. Save as an assembly.

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Re: Angled End Cabinet & Rendering Background Question

Postby Kerry Fullington » Sat, Jul 04 2009, 8:42AM

Brandon,

I think you are stuck with the gradient in the background.
I give my customers a link to drawings or a disk with drawings and let them burn their own ink.

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