Importing hardware, moldings, wood components, etc

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Thomas Horency
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Importing hardware, moldings, wood components, etc

Postby Thomas Horency » Fri, Mar 25 2016, 3:22PM

I am relatively new and a bit of a tech-dinasour but becoming fluent with the e-cab system. Will be using it to design several kitchen projects soon, and having trouble importing hardware, moldings, wood components, etc. Does this require a separate program to convert the files into jpeg, hsf, stl, etc or am I missing something? Having fewer problems with images, but not completely confident there either. If possible, would prefer NOT to add more programs.

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Re: Importing hardware, moldings, wood components, etc

Postby Ralph Balanik » Sat, Mar 26 2016, 3:06PM

If you can, subscribe to the online training videos from Thermwood, there is a video that describes how to import images into Ecabinets. It costs around 25.00/ month to subscribe and you can cancel anytime. It is well worth taking a look. The videos take you through all aspects of Ecabinets, they are reasonably short and are searchable so you don't have to spend too much time to find a subject you need info on. They will do a far better job than I will at solving your image questions and they have covered the topics you list. Hope this helps.

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Re: Importing hardware, moldings, wood components, etc

Postby Thomas Horency » Sun, Mar 27 2016, 6:34AM

Mr. Balanik - thank you


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