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Ernest Levasseur
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New user 1st attempt

Postby Ernest Levasseur » Fri, Dec 01 2006, 11:04AM

Ok so just got the program on monday. I must say i love it so far now if i could just learn to find and insert some display items from the stl folder \"which i cant find\". But anyways here goes. The finish Book case is in the garage er Shop as i type should be installed soon as i get someone to help will post final pics then.
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Ernest Levasseur
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Postby Ernest Levasseur » Fri, Dec 01 2006, 11:50AM

Ok heres the finished Pictures
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Lamar Horton
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Postby Lamar Horton » Fri, Dec 01 2006, 9:53PM

Nice job on the book case. The stl files need to be converted to hsf files before you can use them. I suggest you go through the tutorial type manual \"eCabinets Made Easy\" It will help a lot. Also whenever I have a question I do a search on this forum and usually find the answer.

When I opened my own shop a little over a year ago I was ready to drop over $7,000.00 on a cabinet program, (that didn't do everything ecabinets does) when I found out about this software. I haven't looked back and breath a big sign of relief for saving seven grand.

Good luck and happy designing.

Ernest Levasseur
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Postby Ernest Levasseur » Sat, Dec 02 2006, 1:12AM

Thanks Mr. Horton, I will have to reread that manual i guess I must have missed that section while scimming over the manual.

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Postby Mark Taylor » Sat, Dec 02 2006, 9:35AM

Ernest...the bookcase looks very nice.

There is a lot of satisfaction in that first piece and as you use the software it will only increase....soon you'll be wanting a Thermwood router too!

congrats!

Mark

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Denis L'Heureux
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Postby Denis L'Heureux » Mon, Dec 04 2006, 11:32AM

Nice looking book case m8. You are now on well your way to bigger/bettet things...LOL

Cheers
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