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Reception desk

Postby DanFecteau » Mon, Dec 05 2005, 7:37PM

Reception desk and wall paneling.
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Denis L'Heureux
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Postby Denis L'Heureux » Mon, Dec 05 2005, 9:01PM

Wow! That secretary looks real.....Ecabinet does a great job indeed....LOL Just kidding of course. :D

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Postby Bill OConnell » Wed, Dec 14 2005, 10:16PM

How do you make the curved front on the desk?
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Curved front

Postby DanFecteau » Thu, Dec 15 2005, 7:20AM

There's a couple ways to do this. This one was made by \"veining\" the back with a 1\\4\" downcut evey half inch or so. You than apply it to a frame with the form you want.

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Reception desk

Postby Willie Windom » Thu, Dec 15 2005, 12:46PM

Very nice work.
Was this designed using ecabinets? If so, I'd be inerested in seeing how you did it. I'm still learning the program and always finding new stuff I can do with it.

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Willie


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