Simple Base Cab with Roll Outs

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Simple Base Cab with Roll Outs

Postby Ray Ramelli » Tue, Sep 20 2005, 8:00PM

I made this to show a customer what a roll out base would look like. After finally having time to read the Ecabs manual I figured out how to play around with the presentation.

I know it's pretty basic, but I'm happy with it...

Ray
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Postby Mike Bowers » Tue, Sep 20 2005, 8:22PM

Nice job Ray, congrats on your first post. Successful upload. :D Welcome to the \"forum\" ( Club )
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Postby Ray Ramelli » Tue, Sep 20 2005, 8:29PM

Thanks Mike.

I'm thinking of putting together a catalog of cabinets shown like the roll out base. It's good practice if nothing else.

Ray

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Postby Mike Bowers » Tue, Sep 20 2005, 8:38PM

How did you do your r/o's , will they adjust with cab size?...Mike
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Postby Ray Ramelli » Tue, Sep 20 2005, 8:49PM

Each rollout is a cabinet without doors turned on its back. Resize these cabs to fit in the base cab and you can place them inside the base cab while in the cab editor. It took some time to get the hang of it.

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Postby Mike Bowers » Tue, Sep 20 2005, 9:10PM

Again, nice work.... A+ design.... Mike
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Postby Dan Craig » Thu, Sep 22 2005, 2:00AM

I think it looks good!

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Postby David Norton » Thu, Sep 22 2005, 5:19PM

Great job Ray! I think your cab looks just dandy!

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open doors?

Postby Roger Erismann » Wed, Jan 18 2006, 2:52PM

how do you display with open doors?

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Postby Audrey Racine » Fri, Jan 20 2006, 9:27AM

Your cab looks good!

I like the open door.... I'll have to try it one day!

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Postby DanEpps » Fri, Jan 20 2006, 10:43AM

Roger--you use display panels and place them at the desired angle to simulate open doors.

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Postby Kerry Fullington » Fri, Jan 20 2006, 11:33AM

Roger,
You can actually choose the exact door you want in in the cabinet assembly editor. Click on Load in the editor and choose Door/Drawer at the bottom of the list that pops up. Then place them manually as Dan suggests.
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Postby DanEpps » Fri, Jan 20 2006, 11:35AM

Cool! I didn't know you could do that. That will sure simplify things I am doing.

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Postby Roger Erismann » Fri, Jan 20 2006, 12:07PM

okay,

let md drag my knuckles back to the shop,

I'm gonna need to ponder all these woderful options

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