Wide Dresser Pic

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Wide Dresser Pic

Postby Bill Hodge » Thu, Jun 08 2006, 2:36PM

At the suggestion of Dan Epps, I'm going to attempt to post a pic of
a wide dresser I am trying draw in eCab 4.1.4 This is tied in with another
post entitled \"Creation of Dresser\". OK, here goes, I hope I do this right :)

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Postby DanEpps » Thu, Jun 08 2006, 2:51PM

I'd say you got it right Bill. That looks nice.

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Wide Dresser Pic...

Postby Brad McIntosh » Thu, Jun 08 2006, 6:16PM

Dan,

I think that that picture is what Bill would LIKE to draw up in eCabinets....

I may be wrong...

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Postby Tom Houser » Thu, Jun 08 2006, 6:31PM

I'm thinking your righr Brad.
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Postby David Norton » Thu, Jun 08 2006, 7:16PM

Should be able to use legs from Adams, Make the end panels as separate
parts. Lose the end panels on a frameless cab, and associate new end panels to substitute. Add drawers and yer done. :D
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Postby David Norton » Thu, Jun 08 2006, 8:16PM

This is what I came up with on the fly. Drawers should be sized to fit openings.
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