Rod and Shelf Bracket

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Rod and Shelf Bracket

Postby Paul Huff » Sat, Jan 20 2007, 6:49AM

Here is a closet rod and shelf bracket made by using a little contour magic. The zip file includes the dxf and x_t files for making this.
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Postby Paul Huff » Sat, Jan 20 2007, 6:54AM

You can make a closet rod any length you want using a closed contour.

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Postby DanEpps » Sat, Jan 20 2007, 7:50AM

Still icebound Paul? :lol: If so I hope the ice stays around for a while since you are creating so many useful objects during the time you can't get out and do anything else.

Not only are the objects themselves useful but your files and images will help others to better understand what can be done and how to do it.

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Postby Rick Palechuk » Sat, Jan 20 2007, 8:58AM

He's like a kid with a new toy. :wink:

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Postby Paul Huff » Sat, Jan 20 2007, 11:50AM

No Dan we are not still icebound this is round two. I just looked outside and the snow is still coming down.

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Postby Geron Stricklin » Sat, Jan 20 2007, 4:56PM

I am so glad Paul works for me!

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Postby DanEpps » Sat, Jan 20 2007, 5:25PM

Geron Stricklin wrote:I am so glad Paul works for me!


Yeah, you're sure getting your money's worth right now, eh? :D

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Postby Paul Huff » Sun, Jan 21 2007, 1:57PM

You should know that when Geron hired me I didn't really know anything. I was learning eCabinets and only knew a little about CAD. CAM was completely new for me. And I didn't have a college degree to present either. In other words who would hire somebody like that to program and operate their CNC? The only thing I had going for me was that I had built cabinets most of my life and loved working with computers. Geron took a gamble with me. So I really feel like the lucky one here.

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Postby DanEpps » Sun, Jan 21 2007, 2:11PM

Paul Huff wrote:You should know that when Geron hired me I didn't really know anything. I was learning eCabinets and only knew a little about CAD. CAM was completely new for me. And I didn't have a college degree to present either. In other words who would hire somebody like that to program and operate their CNC? The only thing I had going for me was that I had built cabinets most of my life and loved working with computers. Geron took a gamble with me. So I really feel like the lucky one here.


I don't know but it sounds to me like BOTH of you are lucky!

You got an opportunity to expand your knowledge and skills (and have obviously done that very well) and Geron got a hard-working, eager to learn employee that could help grow his business.

My hat's off to both of you! :D


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