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Old 02-16-2011, 08:01 AM   #15
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A Life time projector
or until you sell and start a new project.
Did I tell you about my antique Jeep, antique truck, boats and hobby shop? That would be the "Project" in "Projector".
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Old 02-16-2011, 11:22 AM   #16
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Looks awesome!
You look like you are pretty handy with the woodwork!

What program did you use to do the rendering in the first posts?
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Old 02-21-2011, 07:00 AM   #17
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Looks awesome!
You look like you are pretty handy with the woodwork!

What program did you use to do the rendering in the first posts?
It's a shaded view for the CAD software we use at work. It's calle Rhino, a full surfacing software that's relatively cheap and very capapble.

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I know Rhino, but have never used it.
I have used ALIAS tho.... but cant afford that!
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drawers

Do you have something to keep them shut when traveling? Do they have any sort of positive latch?
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Old 02-22-2011, 06:57 AM   #20
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Do you have something to keep them shut when traveling? Do they have any sort of positive latch?
The trash bin has magnets to keep it closed, the others don't have anything yet. With ball bearing slides they will come open while going arround a corner. It's on my list to add some sort of catch and handles. For now I lean a soft brief case against them and work on my boat and jeep.
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I know Rhino, but have never used it.
I have used ALIAS tho.... but cant afford that!
I've never used alias...Too expensive for a small boat company. Rhino does everything we need.
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The veneer looks amazing, and the woodwork is first rate. I hope my finished project looks half that good! :-)

I've been using the free version of Google Sketchup for my furniture planning. As an example, here's a rough sketch done to scale, but not yet ready for using for blueprints. I've used Rhino, great program, but Google Sketchup fits my budget better these days, and has many free add ons for wood workers.

FYI, the couch is an option for the front of Airstreams made in the last 10 years or so, I liked it so much my local dealer let me take measurements. The front piece retracts inward on ball bearing slides and the cushion goes onto the back of the couch.

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