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Larry k. Lloyd
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Book Case

Postby Larry k. Lloyd » Wed, Dec 28 2005, 1:59AM

I’m just trying out the web sit and showing off what Ecabinet can do, this is a book case that I have been working on I no more about working with wood than I no how to post to this forum. :)
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Larry k. Lloyd
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No Images

Postby Larry k. Lloyd » Wed, Dec 28 2005, 2:07AM

Well this did'nt work very well. How do you post your images to the forum
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Postby DanEpps » Wed, Dec 28 2005, 7:01AM

Underneath the text box for your message is a button labeled \"Browse\". Click it and find the image file you want to post then click the file followed by the \"Open\" button. Then click the submit button.

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Lost Images

Postby Larry k. Lloyd » Wed, Dec 28 2005, 10:15AM

I did that, dose the file have to be in a certain fill format? the images that I Tried to posted was in a BMP file format. This time I will try in a JPG File. :oops:
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Postby DanEpps » Wed, Dec 28 2005, 10:19AM

Over to the left of the \"Browse\" button is a link for \"Allowed Extensions and Sizes\" Click on it and it will show all file types and maximum sizes that can be uploaded. For images, only gif jpeg jpg and png files are supported and the maximum size is 1MB.

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Larry k. Lloyd
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Real Book Case

Postby Larry k. Lloyd » Wed, Dec 28 2005, 10:48AM

I think I have the hang of this so I'm sending an image of the real cabinet to show what it look like when it was built :lol:
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Postby DanEpps » Wed, Dec 28 2005, 11:05AM

Very nice, Larry. Did you use a Thermwood router to cut the parts?

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Postby Larry k. Lloyd » Wed, Dec 28 2005, 1:05PM

No, I built this cabinet before I new how to work with Ecabinet, I’ve have the program for sometime now It just wasn’t able to build the cabinet with the earlier Version of Ecacbinet but they are getting closer every time they put out a new version. I’m impressed buy this program and how you can design anything you want and especially the way you build things, I have a lot to learn about this program this was just the first project.
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