Range Hoods and Valances

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andy Schermerhorn
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Range Hoods and Valances

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Hello I am new to eCabinets and have some questions. I need to design a range hood and valance like the ones that conestoga sells. What is the best way of doing this? The range hood I tried to make as an assembly then attach the different parts together to get the desired effect, but was not able to do so.Any input here would be great. Mainly having a problem with the angled parts of the hood.
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Hi Andy
If you put in Range Hood in Searh on the top of page. You will get some range hoods.
Do you have a picture of the one you want
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What I am trying to create is a range hood with slanted front that starts at 12"deep at the top and goes to 18" deep at the bottom with three raised panels on the angled face. Below the angled face is a ledge like a mantle with trim under it, and a curved raised panel valance below that. If this makes any sense to anyone besides me, I dont know. The cabinet needs to be 42" w x 32"h x 20" deep overall. Not sure how far off the top of the range the hood needs to be, at 32"h the panel would be 28" off the range.
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I am not sure if this is what you are looking for.Before I do any more to it
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Re: Range Hoods and Valances

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This is close, thank you for helping me I have more problems then I can handle. The sides of it are flat not angled, to fit between to cabinets. The only angle is the front where the paneling would be. Thank you for the help, I take it that that did not come from ecab.
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Here is one I made before
42" x 24" x 19"
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That is what I need thank you. One more question so I get this right, I take that esa file and download it to the assemblies library?
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Yes I put it in a folder and then assemblies library
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George Davidson wrote:I am not sure if this is what you are looking for.Before I do any more to it
Thank you George. This is what I was looking for!
This is great website where you will find all kinds of best range hoods.
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Re: Range Hoods and Valances

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Hi Lubert
OK
Can you put trim on it
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