Bar with Glass Shelves

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Bar with Glass Shelves

Postby George Davidson » Wed, Dec 14 2005, 9:42PM

That's it now I can go to bed

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Postby Audrey Racine » Mon, Dec 19 2005, 10:07AM

Hi George,

How can you did shelf glass????????????????????????????? :o

Audrey

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Postby David Norton » Tue, Dec 20 2005, 7:16PM

Audrey, Left click a shelf to highlight. Then right click, go to visibility and click transparent. Better yet hold down Cntl key as you highlight each shelf, then go to visibility, and transparent.
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Hi Audrey

Postby George Davidson » Tue, Dec 20 2005, 8:13PM

I learned it from Kerry

Make a Display cube the size of your shelf then do the texture match as Jody said. You can then copy and paste the rest of the shelves. If you want the material to show up on cutlists, create a sheet stock called glass then make your shelves as display panels from this material. You still have to do the texture match once the shelves are in the cabinet. Don't forget to associate the display panels or cubes to your cabinet before you save.

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Postby George Davidson » Tue, Dec 20 2005, 8:22PM

David
I just tryed your way that works good

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Postby Audrey Racine » Wed, Dec 21 2005, 7:49AM

Wow thanks guys!

I never thought about this! That's great! Now I'll have really glass shelf! Youshould see the one I was doing befor it was so rubbish!! :lol: (hope this is the good word in english)...

Well have nice holydays!!!!!

Mery Christmas and happy new year to every one!

Audrey

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Postby DanEpps » Wed, Dec 21 2005, 7:55AM

Audrey Racine wrote:(hope this is the good word in english)...


Audrey, votre anglais est au moins aussi bon que mon Français! Probably much better :lol:

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Postby Audrey Racine » Wed, Dec 21 2005, 12:49PM

Thanks Dan!!!

But what I don't tell is that I have a huge dictionnary next to me :wink:

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Postby Jean G Voyer » Wed, Dec 21 2005, 2:04PM

Audrey,

Ton experience va au-dela du dictionaire.
Quand j'ai demenage a Calgary il y a 24 ans, j'avais l'anglais du dictionaire et c'etait pas aussi bon que ton anglais.
Bonne Chance et Joyeux Noel.
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Postby DanEpps » Wed, Dec 21 2005, 2:58PM

Je sais le sentiment de mes propres ecpreiences en France. Si vous apprenez au Français spean dans le sud, personne à Paris ne peuvent vous comprendre! Le plus, mon dictionnaire est électronique :wink:

Joyeux Noel to all of our Canadian friends.

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