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fluted molding

Postby Greg Whitman » Mon, Sep 28 2009, 5:13PM

Does anyone have a flat 4-6 inch fluted molding that is sizeable? I checked on the forum but couldn't find one.Greg

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Re: fluted molding

Postby Gary Puckett » Wed, Sep 30 2009, 6:23AM

Greg,

Have you tried to make the molding?

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Re: fluted molding

Postby Greg Whitman » Wed, Sep 30 2009, 10:57AM

Hi Gary

I have tried to make the molding out of a display board but I can't seem to get the board in the right direction to get my tool to cut the flutes correctly. I'm pretty new with the part editor.

Greg

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Re: fluted molding

Postby Gary Puckett » Wed, Sep 30 2009, 11:33AM

Greg,

Here is the molding it should be resizable.

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Re: fluted molding

Postby DanEpps » Wed, Sep 30 2009, 3:44PM

Greg Whitman wrote:Hi Gary

I have tried to make the molding out of a display board but I can't seem to get the board in the right direction to get my tool to cut the flutes correctly. I'm pretty new with the part editor.

Greg


Check out the Part Editor videos within eCabinets. Also, I have created a document that attempts to take some of the mystery out of the Part Editor. You can find it on the second page under Training at eCabWorld and it is titled "Part Editor Demystified."

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Re: fluted molding

Postby Greg Whitman » Wed, Sep 30 2009, 7:34PM

Hi Dan
Thanks so much for the molding. I took a look at the video and your page. Maybe next time I will be able to do it myself. Thanks again.
Greg

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Re: fluted molding

Postby DanEpps » Thu, Oct 01 2009, 5:53AM

I know we look alike in cyberspace, but Gary supplied the molding and I just the link. :joker:

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Re: fluted molding

Postby Greg Whitman » Thu, Oct 01 2009, 7:06PM

Sorry Gary. Thanks. Greg

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Re: fluted molding

Postby Gary Puckett » Fri, Oct 02 2009, 6:37AM

No problem Greg,

Like a great wizard once said to me " Give a man a fish feed him for a day teach him how to fish" well you get the drift.

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