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Moldings

Postby Paul Huff » Fri, Jan 06 2006, 9:58PM

Here are some moldings made with eCabinets
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Brian Shannon
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Postby Brian Shannon » Fri, Jan 06 2006, 10:49PM

Nice work Paul. Are you going to cut them on a router?

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Postby David Norton » Sun, Jan 08 2006, 7:41PM

My question is :Are you going to upload the .tol files? Nice work Paul , I could use some pointers from you.
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Postby Brian Shannon » Sun, Jan 08 2006, 8:55PM

I agree with David! Now that the Custom Moulding program is up and running, we really need to build up a shared library of .tol files on either the eCabinet Systems site or eCabWorld. This would save us all lots of work and that's what this co-op is all about!



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Postby DanEpps » Sun, Jan 08 2006, 9:39PM

I agree on the quality of all the designs you posted--they are very nice indeed. You are welcome to post on eCabWorld also. There is an area for tool files as well as images like these.

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Kerry Fullington
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Postby Kerry Fullington » Mon, Jan 09 2006, 8:06AM

Very nice Paul,
I would like a copy of those tools also.
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Cut moldings?

Postby Paul Huff » Mon, Jan 09 2006, 7:30PM

We are planning to cut the straight molding. We are working on that one with Thermwood. They tell us that the colonal trim can not be cut yet. They are working on that. I will upload the .tol files anyway.

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Postby David Norton » Mon, Jan 09 2006, 7:40PM

It will be nice to have them ,when and if!
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