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George Davidson
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Tub update

Postby George Davidson » Tue, Feb 28 2006, 1:18AM

Do you think this looks OK.
I will make the round part Tusday

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Postby DanEpps » Tue, Feb 28 2006, 7:21AM

I like it. If you need a test house... :wink:

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Postby Audrey Racine » Tue, Feb 28 2006, 7:40AM

I think it's nice. Hope to see the final product......

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Postby George Davidson » Tue, Feb 28 2006, 8:14AM

Thank You
Going over to move some of the pipes around
so I don't have to put the round on top.
Now they want me to do something with the ceiling.
You know e-Cabinets is great.
Everytime you show a customer there job in 3D
they want more.

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Postby Audrey Racine » Tue, Feb 28 2006, 8:35AM

Ummm those pics are great we can see more... I think you will be able to do something great with the ceiling, with lights and maybe you can add 2 column depending how the bath is big.......


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Postby DanEpps » Tue, Feb 28 2006, 10:24AM

George

You might try something like Audrey did in http://www.thermwood.com/forums/viewtopic.php?t=1809 but with raised panels to match the tub enclosure.

Does the tub have a shower in it? If so, maybe put a glass wall around it but leave room at the top for steam to escape and not damage the ceiling.

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Postby George Davidson » Tue, Feb 28 2006, 11:30AM

A shower

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Postby DanEpps » Tue, Feb 28 2006, 2:04PM

So where's the TV? :lol: Is this the same bathroom or is this the \"boss's room\" in your shop?

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maybe a sugestion for you george

Postby Benoit Dufour » Wed, Mar 01 2006, 5:08PM

i george

i am new here and i really like the design you come up with for your bathtub the only thing i can see is your arc on the front side just over the step. it could become a probleme in the futur because that part will eventualy become a step for some one or a person will try to step in the tub by hanging there. so i really like the look of it but if i was you i will just move it on each side on the step like that they can be use for a shelf

sorry for my english

ben

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Postby George Davidson » Thu, Mar 02 2006, 7:36AM

Good call Benoit
I made up the sides Wednesday I am going to make the Front today.
She is about 4'10\" an about 90 lb he is about 6'2' about 300 LB
How this look?

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Postby Benoit Dufour » Thu, Mar 02 2006, 9:24AM

hi George

i appraciate the fact that you read my post but i didn't do that to critesise your work only to give an external view on your conception because on my first job in the industrie i have also design different of furniture and i know that is frustrating to see you furniture damage buy your custumer

well for you tub struturaly wise your new design is stroger but (lolll) i don't if it's a consern for you or your custumer but it could happend, when they gona try to step on the step they gona bang there knee or there front leg on your shelve because the stand over the step you could may be close thet gap with a round panel or three small one a kind of step with a podium in the middle

i dont know it's just an idea but your desing it'really good looking until you found a nice lacker to protect all of this from the water

good luck

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