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Glass panel door

Postby kenny gumm » Fri, Jul 17 2009, 10:07AM

How do you create a glass panel door from part editor or how do you load the image for a glass panel door?

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Re: Glass panel door

Postby Gary Puckett » Fri, Jul 17 2009, 11:09AM

You can get a frame door frame with or without glass in the Door/Drawer selector ( Conestoga ) General Tab bottom left hand corner

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Re: Glass panel door

Postby Rick Palechuk » Fri, Jul 17 2009, 12:53PM

Kenny, are you looking for a glass image?

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Re: Glass panel door

Postby kenny gumm » Sun, Jul 19 2009, 5:21PM

Gary Puckett wrote:You can get a frame door frame with or without glass in the Door/Drawer selector ( Conestoga ) General Tab bottom left hand corner

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That worked great but I can't get the newly created door applied to my cabinet.Any suggestions?

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Re: Glass panel door

Postby kenny gumm » Sun, Jul 19 2009, 5:23PM

Rick Palechuk wrote:Kenny, are you looking for a glass image?

Originally yes but the other suggestion worked.Thanks

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Re: Glass panel door

Postby Gary Puckett » Sun, Jul 19 2009, 5:31PM

Kenny,

Just take your cabinet to the Door/Drawer editor chose the door you want, and click on the opening and the door will be there.

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Re: Glass panel door

Postby kenny gumm » Sun, Jul 19 2009, 7:52PM

Gary Puckett wrote:Kenny,

Just take your cabinet to the Door/Drawer editor chose the door you want, and click on the opening and the door will be there.

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Wow I was ready to pull my hair out then I finally figured out that I had to delete the original doors from the cabinet before the new doors could be imported.Is there an easy way to change the construction material on the entire cabinet?I just realized that I made this cabinet in red oak and the customer is wanting solid cherry.And is there a way to eliminate the toe kick?
Thanks,Kenny

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Re: Glass panel door

Postby Gary Puckett » Sun, Jul 19 2009, 8:02PM

Yes you can do all that in the cabinet editor on the construction setting tab.

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Re: Glass panel door

Postby kenny gumm » Sun, Jul 19 2009, 8:29PM

Gary Puckett wrote:Yes you can do all that in the cabinet editor on the construction setting tab.

Gary

Thanks that worked great.


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