Looking for a Broan Elite 64000 series range hood or similar

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Looking for a Broan Elite 64000 series range hood or similar

Postby Derek Krzanowski » Thu, Oct 09 2008, 3:09PM

I am looking for a Broan Elite 64000 series stainless range hood or something that will look somewhat similar. The important thing is that I can make it 48" wide, 10" tall and close to 21" deep. As always, any help is greatly appreciated!
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Re: Looking for a Broan Elite 64000 series range hood or similar

Postby Kerry Fullington » Thu, Oct 09 2008, 7:13PM

Derek,

Will this work?
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Re: Looking for a Broan Elite 64000 series range hood or similar

Postby Derek Krzanowski » Fri, Oct 10 2008, 8:55AM

You are the man! Thanks a ton!!
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Re: Looking for a Broan Elite 64000 series range hood or similar

Postby Derek Krzanowski » Fri, Oct 10 2008, 9:31AM

Kerry, I don't suppose you or someone else could help me out with one more thing. Maybe I should have posted this on it's own, but I've been trying to convert the cad file for my oven into a hsf but even though I get it into ecabs, it looks awful. I used the programs recommended in this forum, but I think my problem is not knowing enough about how to apply the textures to the 3d files. My original post is here : viewtopic.php?f=5&t=8352. Any help with it would be incredibly appreciated! thx again!
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Re: Looking for a Broan Elite 64000 series range hood or similar

Postby Gary Puckett » Fri, Oct 10 2008, 6:16PM

Dereck,

I got it to look all one color of metal but could not get the top controls to be black and could not get the glass to be transparent sorry. Hopefully Kerry will get this post and tell us both how to do multible textures.

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Re: Looking for a Broan Elite 64000 series range hood or similar

Postby Kerry Fullington » Fri, Oct 10 2008, 7:15PM

Here is the oven.
You of course can open it in the Display Part Editor and right click on the seperate parts to change textures etc.

Kerry
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Re: Looking for a Broan Elite 64000 series range hood or similar

Postby Gary Puckett » Fri, Oct 10 2008, 8:33PM

Kerry,

I am right clicking and nothing is happening. When I right click and then go to change the texture the whole oven changes.

What am I missing.

1) I got the cad drawing from the site and changed it to a stl file

2) I opened the stl file in the part editor right clicked on different parts and nothing

3) saved the oven while in the part editor. Opened the saved oven in the cabinet editor took it back to the part editor and still not able to change different parts of the oven.

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Re: Looking for a Broan Elite 64000 series range hood or similar

Postby Kerry Fullington » Sat, Oct 11 2008, 6:57AM

Gary,

You must take the .dwg drawing you download from the GE site and open it in Intellicad then use the explode command. Sometimes you have to use explode twice to break the drawing into it's separate parts. You then have to rotate the drawing and select different parts of the drawing and save them each to a separate layer as a new drawing. Save this as .dxf. After you separate these parts you can open each of them in Accutrans 3D and save each layer as a different part converting them to .stl format. You can them open the .stl files in eCabinets Display Parts Editor and apply textures.

You can download my oven drawing and you will be able to right click on the parts and adjust textures. I broke the oven into eight different parts.

Kerry

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Re: Looking for a Broan Elite 64000 series range hood or similar

Postby Gary Puckett » Sat, Oct 11 2008, 7:03AM

Thanks Kerry,


I don't need the oven now but it was just something I wanted to learn for the future.

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Re: Looking for a Broan Elite 64000 series range hood or similar

Postby Kerry Fullington » Sat, Oct 11 2008, 8:04AM

Gary,

By separating the parts you can create models that do things like show the oven door open.

Kerry
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Re: Looking for a Broan Elite 64000 series range hood or similar

Postby Damon Nabors » Sun, Oct 12 2008, 11:54AM

Hey Kerry,

It's getting close the lunch time here in Arkansas, can you go ahead and pop something in that oven. :D
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Re: Looking for a Broan Elite 64000 series range hood or similar

Postby Derek Krzanowski » Mon, Oct 13 2008, 9:13AM

Kerry, you are a god! Thanks so much!!

On a side note, how in the world did you learn so much about cad? Is it all self taught or did you take some classes? Maybe you were a cad designer in another life?
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Re: Looking for a Broan Elite 64000 series range hood or similar

Postby Kerry Fullington » Tue, Oct 14 2008, 6:45AM

Derek,

I know very little about CAD (I don't even know enough to be dangerous) I have just learned enough functions to get the parts etc. that I need for eCabinets. I would like to know more but I can't seem to steal enough time to study it.

Kerry


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