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Something a little different (for me)

Postby Kerry Fullington » Tue, Aug 30 2005, 7:54AM

This is a conference table I am working on.

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It is actually two tables that mate together to make one large one. The customers are going to use one table for now in their small conference room then mate the tables later on in a larger room. The eCabinets drawings were very important for this job to show the customers just how crowded the room is going to be with the first table and six chairs. Here is a link to the presentation drawings.

http://www.kerryfullington.com/table
Kerry

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Postby Jason Susnjara » Tue, Aug 30 2005, 9:47AM

Hi Kerry,

Very impressive!!!!

Can you email me that file so I can take a look at how you built it? cabinets@thermwood.com

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Postby Mike Bowers » Tue, Aug 30 2005, 9:50AM

Hi Kerry,
Was wondering if you used the eCab software for the inlays on your
drawing or you used other software & imported it?
Mike

By the way, nice presentation :!:
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Postby Dan Craig » Tue, Aug 30 2005, 10:49PM

looks good...can't wait to see the finished product!

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Postby Kerry Fullington » Wed, Aug 31 2005, 7:14AM

Mike,
Everything was done in eCabinets. Since this drawing was done just for the design presentation I just used several \"Display Cubes\" cut out and machined in the \"Part Editor\" I think it is great that eCabinets is capable of these things other than just boxes. My customers are always impressed also which is very important to me.
The presentation is done with a little feature in PhotoShop that takes My images, re-sizes them, optimizes them for the net, puts them on a web page with backgrounds all with just couple of mouse clicks. All I have to do is upload a folder to the web server.

Thanks Dan,
I don't know if I have the job yet. It will be fun to build if I get it and I am thinking about using some of the eCabinets finishing tricks to spruce this thing up.

Kerry

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Postby Brian Shannon » Wed, Aug 31 2005, 4:33PM

You make it all sound so easy! Great work again Kerry. Keep up the good work. By the way, have you had any success with Alibre? I've played with it a bit but haven't had much time.

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Postby Kerry Fullington » Fri, Sep 02 2005, 7:04AM

Hi Brian,
I opened Alibre a couple of times but I have software burnout. I don't want to spend any time learning anything new right now. I think it can be good software but doesn't seem very intuitive on first glance. With Rhinoceros I was able to open and start drawing. (a little) With Alibre all I can do is stare at an empty page and act confused. Probably just me. Luckily since the release of Ver. 4 I can do most everything I need to do in eCabinets.
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Postby Mike Bowers » Fri, Sep 02 2005, 7:45AM

Kerry Fullington wrote:Hi Brian,
I opened Alibre a couple of times but I have software burnout. I don't want to spend any time learning anything new right now. I think it can be good software but doesn't seem very intuitive on first glance. With Rhinoceros I was able to open and start drawing. (a little) With Alibre all I can do is stare at an empty page and act confused. Probably just me. Luckily since the release of Ver. 4 I can do most everything I need to do in eCabinets.
Kerry


I agree with you on the Alibre software, I did there online demo & I'm still confused :?
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Postby Joe Dusel » Mon, Sep 12 2005, 9:30PM

Kerry,

You amaze me with what you can do with this software! Great job as usual! You are a very talented guy.

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Postby Kerry Fullington » Wed, Nov 30 2005, 10:45AM

Finally got around to this project. The customers opted for just the single table but it turned out OK. Forgive the photography the fluorescent lights really bleach out the inlay and there isn't enough room for my lights in this little room.
Kerry

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Postby Mike Bowers » Wed, Nov 30 2005, 11:01AM

That turned out great Kerry :D
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Postby Joe Dusel » Wed, Nov 30 2005, 11:17AM

Looks great Kerry (except for the hole and the wires as I'm sure you agree).

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Postby Mike Bowers » Wed, Nov 30 2005, 11:32AM

There is always Photoshop :wink: :wink:
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Postby Jean G Voyer » Wed, Nov 30 2005, 2:12PM

Kerry,

You still have time to do woodwork, don't you?
Excellent performance! Congratulation! :P
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Postby Brian Shannon » Wed, Nov 30 2005, 10:23PM

Very impressive work Kerry! That would have been a fun job for a Thermwood router! Keep up the good work!

Brian


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