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What a Country and Thanks

Postby Tom Houser » Sun, Apr 02 2006, 3:29PM

With many thanks to Thermwood team and to this forum and it's members I say where else but in America could a computer illiterate like me (63 years old who just taught himself how to turn on a computer 3 years ago) offer a client a presentation like this.

Small Bungalow restoration

http:www.thouser.com/jlt.html
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Postby Kerry Fullington » Sun, Apr 02 2006, 3:55PM

Very well done. Have the clients seen this yet? I would like to know what their reaction was.
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Postby Tom Houser » Sun, Apr 02 2006, 4:07PM

Thank you Kerry. This is just the rough start to make sure the like the layout and yes they have seen it. The cabinets being used are unique enough that I wanted to have all the sizes dead on because each cabinet there will be loads of display parts.

They were overwhelmed at what could be done with there small space. There is nothing like an eCab presentation
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Postby DanEpps » Sun, Apr 02 2006, 5:03PM

Very nice Thom! I like the craftsman style also and you website is a very nice showcase of your skills.

Where else indeed could you belong to a family like the one we have here?

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Postby Tom Houser » Sun, Apr 02 2006, 5:09PM

Thanks Dan, I don't see anywhere at ecabworld where it says how to list in Designers Showcase.
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Postby DanEpps » Sun, Apr 02 2006, 5:17PM

There is a post in the \"eCabWorld Discussions\" area of \"Shop Talk\" titled \"Designer's Showcase\" with the information needed.

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Postby Tom Houser » Sun, Apr 02 2006, 5:26PM

Thanks Dan. This is pretty close to what we will be doing no the cabinets for this house

http://www.crown-point.com/ACDesigner/a ... eries.html

anyone have any ideas how to show this using eCab ?

Buehler, Buehler, Anyone
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Postby David Norton » Mon, Apr 03 2006, 12:11AM

Thom, all of what I saw on your site can be done using the parts editor. It would take a bit of time to make a part but once done you can insert them on your cabs where needed and save as an assembly.
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