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Closet

Postby George Davidson » Fri, Jan 02 2009, 1:25AM

Master closet for a customer I know he will change it around
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Re: Closet

Postby Damon Nabors » Fri, Jan 02 2009, 8:35AM

Nice looking closet George. How's the bathroom coming? :)
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Re: Closet

Postby George Davidson » Fri, Jan 02 2009, 12:00PM

The floor will be done tonight George is putting the floor down tonight.They are putting up 3 block walls today.
25' long 4' hight it is 23 out today
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Re: Closet

Postby Kerry Fullington » Sat, Jan 03 2009, 10:27AM

Nice looking closet George,

I like the curves.

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Re: Closet

Postby George Davidson » Sat, Jan 03 2009, 3:00PM

Thank You guys
I was thing of putting the closets in the room so they could see it in the room That way I could put lights in the ceiling
and the attic steps in it
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Re: Closet

Postby Peter Walsh » Tue, Jan 13 2009, 1:13PM

George,
Very nice work in eCabs for this closet, especially the curved shelving. Nice. The customer can see exactly what he gets.

However, I was able to see it by accident. This forum section is for 3D images of items we might like to place in our room layouts such as plasma TV's etc. The place for this great closet is in "Customer images" sections where everyone looking for job examples can see it. I was just cruising for any 3D images I would find useful and came across your closet work.
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Re: Closet

Postby Michael Kowalczyk » Fri, Feb 27 2009, 11:58AM

Hey George,
Nice closet. On your shoe cubby how did you do that one? are they just fixed shelves with partitions? I am trying to get Ecabinets to have the ability to do slide joints. You know the kind that you find in the box that has a dozen glasses in it with cardboard strips separating them. This would be ideal for these assemblies, wine racks and other storage racks.
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Re: Closet

Postby George Davidson » Fri, Feb 27 2009, 3:31PM

They are just fixed shelves with Fixed partitions
Here is one I just was playing around with for you.
It took me about an 1 Hr
For me it's all in the DXF Files
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Re: Closet

Postby George Davidson » Fri, Feb 27 2009, 3:44PM

Here is the DXF's and Nest
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Re: Closet

Postby Michael Kowalczyk » Fri, Feb 27 2009, 4:06PM

Hey George,
Thanks or taking the time to draw this up but your own words ("It took me about an 1 Hr") are what I am trying to get this operation added as a parametric feature. Would it be better if it was only a few clicks? :D If you change any part of the cubby, you have to redo a dxf, then go into the PE and so on. If you change your material, same thing. There are so many other uses for this type of joint. I hope it makes it into V6 or V6.1
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Re: Closet

Postby George Davidson » Fri, Feb 27 2009, 4:18PM

NO Thank You I am haveing a BAD :twisted: DAY with LAWYERS :wall:

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Re: Closet

Postby Michael Kowalczyk » Fri, Feb 27 2009, 5:20PM

Sorry your having a bad day. I can't think of too many things that involve lawyers that are good days other than some real estate deals or the day you get a check from them and it wasn't from an injury or death in the family.

Do you mean "NO" to being able to accomplish in a few clicks what took you 1 hour?
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Re: Closet hanging examples

Postby Neville Bastian » Tue, May 26 2009, 4:01AM

Hi Everyone
I have done a search for clothes on a coat hanger but no hits. I was wondering if anyone had done something in this area? I was hoping for shirts and long coat items so the space for half, 3/4 and full hanging can be highlighted.
Thanks

Neville
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Re: Closet

Postby JohnLashuay » Tue, May 26 2009, 2:15PM

Neville Bastian wrote:Hi Everyone
I have done a search for clothes on a coat hanger but no hits. I was wondering if anyone had done something in this area? I was hoping for shirts and long coat items so the space for half, 3/4 and full hanging can be highlighted.
Thanks
Neville


Here is a jacket and t-shirt that someone else created, I just added the hanger.

Also here is a dress that is pretty rough.

-John
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Re: Closet

Postby JohnLashuay » Tue, May 26 2009, 2:16PM

Here is the T-shirt
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