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Mark Rheeder
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Postby Mark Rheeder » Fri, Sep 16 2005, 8:00AM

Everything created using eCabinet Systems.
45° elevation
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90° elevation
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Brian Shannon
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Postby Brian Shannon » Fri, Sep 16 2005, 10:02AM

Very nice! Lots of time in that one. What's in the corner under the butcher block? Dishwasher? Lazy Susan?

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Kerry Fullington
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Postby Kerry Fullington » Fri, Sep 16 2005, 1:06PM

Very interesting design Mark and great work using eCabinets. I like it.

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Postby Dan Craig » Sat, Sep 17 2005, 2:31AM

I agree...I think it looks very nice. I like the use of circular geometry as well

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Postby Joe Dusel » Sun, Sep 18 2005, 11:57PM

Nice job! My choice would be to do it in bamboo plywood.


Mark Rheeder
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Postby Mark Rheeder » Thu, Sep 22 2005, 6:54AM

It’s truly amazing what can be conceived with this software. Each time I use it I realise just how lucky I was to get it free of charge, thanks once again!
As for the compliments; about four months ago I was new to eCabs, it would not have been possible without the guidance provide here by people like Kerry, both David’s, Philip, Joe and many other people, including Thremwood, thanks guys.

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Postby David Norton » Thu, Sep 22 2005, 5:17PM

Nice job MArk, and remember that's what we are here for! After all we were all once newbie's to this software.

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