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Todd Bruton
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I did'nt know 2

Postby Todd Bruton » Fri, Oct 21 2005, 12:35AM

enough posting...........
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David Norton
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Company Name: Custom Trim and Millwork
Country: UNITED STATES
Location: Lawrenceburg,Tennessee

Postby David Norton » Fri, Oct 21 2005, 4:38AM

Todd, Ecabs is well equipped to handle projects like yours. Have fun with it ,you'll be amazed at what it can do.
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Kerry Fullington
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Company Name: ProSource of Amarillo
Country: UNITED STATES
Location: Amarillo, TX

Postby Kerry Fullington » Fri, Oct 21 2005, 8:34AM

Todd,
Here is a real quick ecab drawing of your cutting board above. You can go into as much detail as you like.
Kerry

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Brian Shannon
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Postby Brian Shannon » Fri, Oct 21 2005, 10:27AM

Wow, great job Kerry. I tried to get a good image for a butcher block but could not refine it to look natural. I used a digital photo I took but the tileing didn't look right and stretching was too fuzzy. Todd, I think you could do most, if not all of all of this with eCabinet Systems. Well, maybe not the boat! Your curved mouldings could also be cut on a Thermwood machine with the newly released Custom Moulding program. 'Looks like some nice work!


Brian


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