3-Panel Dors on Cab.

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3-Panel Dors on Cab.

Postby George Davidson » Fri, Oct 24 2008, 10:57PM

Customer would like cabints with 3-panel doors :?:
I made the doors and truned them in to STL Fles.
I just can't get the gran right the Rails :wall:
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Re: 3-Panel Dors on Cab.

Postby Damon Nabors » Sun, Nov 02 2008, 11:37PM

George,

You just need to use a cope and stick cutter on your rails and styles to get that door together. I made the rails and styles as well as the panel out of a cabinet back so each part is
re sizable.
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Re: 3-Panel Dors on Cab.

Postby George Davidson » Mon, Nov 03 2008, 9:00AM

Hi Damon
I like the way you made them out of the back of a cabinet.I do have to lean how to make a custom tool :wall:
Like I said there is 7 STL Files I am make all the cabinet box,doors,wall cab,Ref.cab,Inlands,
Hoods, Going to trun them inti STL and DWG/DXF Files.For Punch and SolidBuildders programs. I do like a way you made them Damon
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Re: 3-Panel Dors on Cab.

Postby Damon Nabors » Mon, Nov 03 2008, 9:28AM

I have the tool part down, I just need to learn how to do some of the things you have posted.
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Re: 3-Panel Dors on Cab.

Postby George Davidson » Mon, Nov 03 2008, 9:49AM

We will meet and have coffee and we will talk :beer:
Over the weekend I put alot in my Punch program
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Re: 3-Panel Dors on Cab.

Postby George Davidson » Mon, Nov 03 2008, 10:27AM

I tryed to show my son's how nice a Thermood M would look in out other shop.
I made it up in SoildBuilders program so they could see how NICE it would look in there :?:
They told me they need the room for the trucks
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Re: 3-Panel Dors on Cab.

Postby Damon Nabors » Mon, Nov 03 2008, 10:44AM

You forgot the controller.
Our pastures all have cows in them around here, I am sure they would enjoy having the cabinets so they would have a place to put their sh*t. :lol:
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