Library railing for 2nd floor

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George Davidson
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Postby George Davidson » Mon, Mar 27 2006, 6:18AM

I am just making a ladder to put in ny e-Cabinet library
on the computer.

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Postby George Davidson » Mon, Mar 27 2006, 6:50AM

For my e-Cabinet library on the computer

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Postby David Norton » Mon, Mar 27 2006, 8:10AM

Gottcha George, I was puzzled there! :)
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Postby Peter Walsh » Sat, Apr 01 2006, 6:20PM

George,
As a library builder myself, I think you have to somehow pick up the shape of the cabinet arches in the railing. I think the railing shown is too rectangular and detracts from the cabinet design. Hope that helps.
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Postby Brian Rowland » Thu, Apr 06 2006, 9:12AM

How did you make the stairways and railings and rough framed walls?!?

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Postby George Davidson » Thu, Apr 06 2006, 7:43PM

Hi Brian I did that on another program (Punch program)
Just to show the I beam set up.


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