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David Norton
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Postby David Norton » Wed, Dec 21 2005, 8:03PM

Very nice George! How bout a presentation veiw?
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DanEpps
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Postby DanEpps » Wed, Dec 21 2005, 8:16PM

Kerry you had better watch out or George is going to dethrone you as king of presentations :D

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George Davidson
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Bar 2

Postby George Davidson » Wed, Dec 21 2005, 9:47PM

Bar 94W x 108L x 42H

With rub mat 30 x 60 x 1T

That's it going have some ice cream

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Postby Nick M Singer » Thu, Dec 22 2005, 5:02AM

Hey George that is awesome!! How do you get the curved face panel & footrail?

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George Davidson
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Part Editor

Postby George Davidson » Thu, Dec 22 2005, 5:13AM

I did it all in part editor

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Bar edge

Postby George Davidson » Thu, Dec 22 2005, 7:58AM

How would I round the bar edge


I can NOT come out and PLAY today.
I have to work in the shop

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George Davidson
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Sink

Postby George Davidson » Thu, Dec 22 2005, 8:59AM

Under the sink

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Jean G Voyer
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Postby Jean G Voyer » Thu, Dec 22 2005, 9:56AM

Georges,

Show more pictures of your work in part editor, it's very helpfull.
You must be Kerry's aprentice.
He is not like Donald Trump or Martha Stuart.
So you're not fired.
:lol: :lol: :lol:
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Nick M Singer
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Postby Nick M Singer » Thu, Jan 12 2006, 7:32AM

OK George I give up!!! I downloaded your esj and cant for the life of me figure out how you did the curved face panel and foot rails. I took each item into the part editor and they just look like flat panels. How do you do it???????

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Kerry Fullington
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Postby Kerry Fullington » Thu, Jan 12 2006, 8:33AM

Nick,
I think this is something that the eCabinet guys need to know about. George's parts aren't keeping the modifications that he made in the part editor. When you take the part to the part editor it just shows the \"slab\" that he started with. The only thing I can think of is that the part editor info is saved in the eCab.mdb file and therefore doesn't transfer with the job file.
Kerry


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