Update on Bar design

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Update on Bar design

Postby David Norton » Mon, Mar 20 2006, 3:01PM

Well I'm only three days behind schedule. Woohoo ! Gotta thank Jason Susnjara,& Kerry Fullington for getting me thru the parts editor problems.

I basically sat down this morning and knocked out the major portion of the countertop.
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Postby David Norton » Mon, Mar 20 2006, 3:03PM

Where'd the bar go? :)
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Postby Douglas Walters » Mon, Mar 20 2006, 3:28PM

David

Looks like the project is moving ahead nicely. I have not done anything in the parts editor yet but really need to. I will expect to run into a few problems myself. I hope not to many thou.

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Postby Douglas Walters » Mon, Mar 20 2006, 3:28PM

David

Looks like the project is moving ahead nicely. I have not done anything in the parts editor yet but really need to. I will expect to run into a few problems myself. I hope not to many thou.

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Found the 2nd .jpg.

Postby David Norton » Mon, Mar 20 2006, 3:37PM

This thing took forever to save!
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Postby Brian Shannon » Mon, Mar 20 2006, 9:00PM

David,

That's VERY impressive! The good news is, it won't take as long to build as it did to design! Boy, that's a lot of work. Great job!


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Postby Kerry Fullington » Tue, Mar 21 2006, 8:52AM

David,
That is quite a project. Post some closeups when you have time.
Have you shown your client yet?
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Postby DanEpps » Tue, Mar 21 2006, 9:35AM

Be sure to post some completer project pictures too. We are all anxious to see how this project turns out.

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Postby David Norton » Tue, Mar 21 2006, 5:44PM

Clients have seen the design so far, which is why I still have the contract. Yippee :) As to completed photos I can only hope to get some. This job is supposed to be built in Colorado, Not sure if I will get there personally or not. Hopefully the installation team will be kind to me.

There is still quite a bit of work to do. I have decided to add a corner unit where the two smaller unit meet. This will maximaze cab space , and kill a dead corner. Plus there is the wainscot, and crowns to add. The owners have not decided on a finish yet ,which is why the current finish is plain mahogany. Work,work, it's back to the cab. editor now.....hehehe!

And thx everyone for the kind comments! :)
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Postby Jeremy Schiffer » Fri, Mar 24 2006, 8:43PM

That's incredible David. Great renderings too. I'm with everyone else, I wanna see pics of the finished project. Loan the install guys your camera if you have to! :wink:
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