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bar design

Postby Craig Day » Sat, Oct 07 2006, 3:57PM

I'm looking for some design ideas for basement bars. Pictures or web sites could be helpfull. I will then modify to my likings. Thank you.

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Brian Shannon
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Postby Brian Shannon » Sat, Oct 07 2006, 11:35PM

Craig,

I am just starting to work on a 20' bar that I may do in modular units. This is all I have so far but it may give you ideas.

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Postby Rick Palechuk » Sun, Oct 08 2006, 12:30AM

Hey Brian, what's your time spent on this so far? I took it into the CE and it's quite interesting how you have constructed this. Talk about thinking outside the box. You should post this when your done.

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Postby Brian Shannon » Sun, Oct 08 2006, 1:05AM

Rick,

This is pretty rough still. I have maybe an hour or so into it. The bar owner spec'd the chase for the beverage supply tubes. I still have to design all of the back bar stuff. It really is just boxes with stuff applied onto them. The good(or bad)news is the bar is a half block away from my shop. It would be a fun project if I had time for it. I should not complain but I am a two man shop and the work just keeps comming. I don't want to hire more(as if there were more skilled workers?). Work, work, work.....

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Postby Craig Day » Sun, Oct 08 2006, 8:07AM

Brian,

Thank you for the picture. Rick mentioned he took it into CE. How did he do this and will it alow customizing? I'm new to the software. Thanks

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Postby Mike Seisser » Sun, Oct 08 2006, 9:20AM

Here's a few I've worked on in the past few years, hope this helps.

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Postby Rick Palechuk » Sun, Oct 08 2006, 11:06AM

Hey Craig, download the ESA file to desktop then right click start, open explore, program files, thermwood, e-cabinet systems, assemblies, then shrink window half size and drag file from desktop to assemblies, close window, open e-cabs, cab editor , click load item, assemblies and click on the file. HTH

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Postby Brian Shannon » Sun, Oct 08 2006, 6:36PM

This is an assembly of two cabinets

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Postby Mike Bowers » Thu, Oct 12 2006, 7:05PM

Rick Palechuk wrote:Hey Craig,
download the ESA file to desktop
then right click start, open explore, program files, thermwood, e-cabinet systems, assemblies, then shrink window half size and drag file from desktop to assemblies, close window, open e-cabs, cab editor , click load item, assemblies and click on the file. HTH


Instead of desktop, save as & follow Ricks steps but take it right to proper folder. I used to do it that way & I ended up with excessive cluter on desktop because I never deleted the Icon.
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