Glass shelves

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Rachelle DeShields
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Glass shelves

Postby Rachelle DeShields » Mon, Nov 10 2014, 10:38AM

How do you create a material that looks like glass for glass shelves? I've been searching the forum and am unable to find what I need.

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Re: Glass shelves

Postby tim lucas » Mon, Nov 10 2014, 7:29PM

Try this
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Re: Glass shelves

Postby Dennis Englert » Tue, Nov 11 2014, 7:57AM

The procedures for creating glass shelves are detailed in the online video training series and in "The Nearly Complete Guide to eCabinet Systems".

Generally, you install a shelf of the appropriate thickness. Export it from the File menu. Open the Display Part Editor, and edit the "Shelf" file. You can change the color and make it transparent. Save this file, then insert it into the cabinet as a Display Part.

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