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Postby Peter Walsh » Sat, Apr 01 2006, 6:35PM

This is the latest project I sold with eCab. It is a little more tricky with the sloped ceiling, but that is what keeps things interesting. Sold immediately from the rendering just like the last eCab library I sold. I'll post the finished library pix in a few months.
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Postby Jean G Voyer » Sat, Apr 01 2006, 10:27PM

Peter,

Do you build that in your shop or on site?
Is it prefinished or finished on site as well?

Nice work by the way.
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Postby George Davidson » Sun, Apr 02 2006, 11:13AM

Peter That is SHARP

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Postby Brian Shannon » Sun, Apr 02 2006, 12:12PM

Very impressive work Peter. I think I remember you from the Las Vegas eCabinets training class. Were you at the class before the show?

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Thanks guys.

Postby Peter Walsh » Sun, Apr 02 2006, 2:00PM

Thanks guys for the kudos. :D :D :D
Jean, I build everything in my shop and finish it there. There is a great temptation to do it on the job, but the impact on the customer is pretty large with odors, masking, draping, etc. and I like to arrange the project so all I have to be on the customer site for is two days max, and I'm gone.

I usually split the whole project into two levels with a bottom row of cabs and a top row. I have a height limitation in my shop that makes it hard to do a cab over 96\" tall. This practice though, makes things just right for a ladder when they want one. (See Oak Library in the Forum listings) I make all my simple moldings but generally not the decorative crown. All the cabs have face frames and the arched cab in the top center actually has an arched top inside, something the quickee cab guys don't do.

Brian, I was at that training session.... in that hideous hotel with the leaks, fire alarms, and mold on the ceiling of my room. Amazing. Good seminar though.

I'm working on a web site where I'll put up some more photos but I think that will take a couple of months yet. I'll post the URL when it's done.

Thank again for the complements.
Peter

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Postby Brian Shannon » Sun, Apr 02 2006, 3:28PM

Yep, that was the hotel. I was the guy sitting in the back center with the lady.



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Postby Dana Sherry » Thu, Apr 06 2006, 3:15PM

sweet work- how did you do the fluted mouldings on the software?(the vertical members that divide each case)
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Fluted moldings

Postby Peter Walsh » Mon, Apr 17 2006, 6:10PM

Dana,
Sorry for the long interval reply. I made the fluted pilasters in eCab, after making a display board, I took it into the part editor, and using a tool I made in eCab, cut the flutes into the board. It's a little tiresome when first doing one. You will use up a lot of hours to learn the process, but once you get the method down and the tools made it goes fairly quickly and makes quite a difference. They cover this stuff at the seminars if you can get to one.
Peter


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