two level floor / not perfect but works for show

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two level floor / not perfect but works for show

Postby JR Allen » Tue, Nov 07 2017, 10:09AM

Did the display cube floor and it worked for the presentation, could have spent more time on accuracy but the work comes first.

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Re: two level floor / not perfect but works for show

Postby tim lucas » Tue, Nov 07 2017, 7:49PM

Good presentation and nice clean look

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Re: two level floor / not perfect but works for show

Postby JR Allen » Wed, Nov 08 2017, 9:52AM

Thanks Tim,
I know Ecabs was not intended for design purposes and mainly CNC software but you can't beat the the visual capabilities it allows for a presentation.
My customers really like the visual aspect of the design and I'm slowly getting the hang of how to use Ecabs for the presentation without spending a ton of time on the renderings. I mostly use the program for cabinet design and costing and using the cutlist for production as I don't have a CNC, the Thermwood team has done a great job with the software despite little glitches sometimes, hats off to those guys.

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Re: two level floor / not perfect but works for show

Postby tim lucas » Wed, Nov 08 2017, 7:45PM

JR Allen wrote:Thanks Tim,
I know Ecabs was not intended for design purposes and mainly CNC software but you can't beat the the visual capabilities it allows for a presentation.
My customers really like the visual aspect of the design and I'm slowly getting the hang of how to use Ecabs for the presentation without spending a ton of time on the renderings. I mostly use the program for cabinet design and costing and using the cutlist for production as I don't have a CNC, the Thermwood team has done a great job with the software despite little glitches sometimes, hats off to those guys.


I agree!! You have to work it a little but, it Is workable and my customers love it too. I have used it to make other things besides cabinets and it nest the parts with no problems. I use it for costing also. And I just purchased a used Shopbot CNC couple years ago, not top of the line, not the fastest but wow what a difference. I hope that someday I can purchase a Thermwood.
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