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*Billie
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Glass Cabinet Doors

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04-15-2007 09:14 AM
Anybody know how or where I can find blocks were I can change the door
styles of the cabinetry. I need glass cabinet doors, any help?
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*Nathan
Message 2 of 7 (105 Views)

Re: Glass Cabinet Doors

04-15-2007 04:51 PM in reply to: *Billie
what cabinetry are you already using? MVB's?
I use wall styles with doors loosely positioned. Then just create a glass
doorstyle to the shape you require as you would any door. Create a profile,
use that for the style.

"Billie" wrote in message
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Anybody know how or where I can find blocks were I can change the door
styles of the cabinetry. I need glass cabinet doors, any help?
--
V C & C Services
(You Envision, We Create!!!)
*Billie
Message 3 of 7 (105 Views)

Re: Glass Cabinet Doors

04-15-2007 05:07 PM in reply to: *Billie
I'm using the casework from the architectural tool catalog. What is MVB's?

I need the corner wall cabinet to have a glass door and I have some free
hanging cabinets accessible from both sides to have glass doors on each
side.

V C & C Services
(You Envision, We Create!!!)

"Nathan" wrote in message
news:5552875@discussion.autodesk.com...
what cabinetry are you already using? MVB's?
I use wall styles with doors loosely positioned. Then just create a glass
doorstyle to the shape you require as you would any door. Create a profile,
use that for the style.

"Billie" wrote in message
news:5552704@discussion.autodesk.com...
Anybody know how or where I can find blocks were I can change the door
styles of the cabinetry. I need glass cabinet doors, any help?
--
V C & C Services
(You Envision, We Create!!!)
*Nathan
Message 4 of 7 (105 Views)

Re: Glass Cabinet Doors

04-16-2007 01:12 AM in reply to: *Billie
Here's an example kitchen showing one option.
Sorry it's in metric.
MVB's are MultiView Blocks and lack flexibility for my liking. It's
probably what you are using.
To do what you want you might have to create a new wall style cabinet
without the back panel. Then add doors front & back.


"Billie" wrote in message
news:5552877@discussion.autodesk.com...
I'm using the casework from the architectural tool catalog. What is MVB's?

I need the corner wall cabinet to have a glass door and I have some free
hanging cabinets accessible from both sides to have glass doors on each
side.

V C & C Services
(You Envision, We Create!!!)

"Nathan" wrote in message
news:5552875@discussion.autodesk.com...
what cabinetry are you already using? MVB's?
I use wall styles with doors loosely positioned. Then just create a glass
doorstyle to the shape you require as you would any door. Create a profile,
use that for the style.

"Billie" wrote in message
news:5552704@discussion.autodesk.com...
Anybody know how or where I can find blocks were I can change the door
styles of the cabinetry. I need glass cabinet doors, any help?
--
V C & C Services
(You Envision, We Create!!!)
*Doug Broad
Message 5 of 7 (105 Views)

Re: Glass Cabinet Doors

04-16-2007 08:56 AM in reply to: *Billie
Very nice Kitchen. Thanks for posting. Wish I was using metric units.


"Nathan" wrote in message
news:5553007@discussion.autodesk.com...
Here's an example kitchen showing one option.
Sorry it's in metric.
MVB's are MultiView Blocks and lack flexibility for my liking. It's
probably what you are using.
To do what you want you might have to create a new wall style cabinet
without the back panel. Then add doors front & back.


"Billie" wrote in message
news:5552877@discussion.autodesk.com...
I'm using the casework from the architectural tool catalog. What is MVB's?

I need the corner wall cabinet to
have a glass door and I have some free
hanging cabinets accessible from both sides to have glass doors on each
side.

V C & C Services
(You Envision, We Create!!!)

"Nathan" wrote in message
news:5552875@discussion.autodesk.com...
what cabinetry are you already using? MVB's?
I use wall styles with doors loosely positioned. Then just create a glass
doorstyle to the shape you require as you would any door. Create a profile,
use that for the style.

"Billie"
n@comcast.net> wrote in message
news:5552704@discussion.autodesk.com...
Anybody know how or where I can find blocks were I can change the door
styles of the cabinetry. I need glass cabinet doors, any help?
--
V C & C Services
(You Envision, We Create!!!)
*Nathan
Message 6 of 7 (105 Views)

Re: Glass Cabinet Doors

04-16-2007 09:04 AM in reply to: *Billie
Thanks Doug, it's based on a previously posted solution for kitchen
cabinets.
BTW whats AFAIK or whatever it was you posted somewhere.
Seen it a few times but haven't been able to work it out.

"Doug Broad" wrote in message
news:5553504@discussion.autodesk.com...
Very nice Kitchen. Thanks for posting. Wish I was using metric units.


"Nathan" wrote in message
news:5553007@discussion.autodesk.com...
Here's an example kitchen showing one option.
Sorry it's in metric.
MVB's are MultiView Blocks and lack flexibility for my liking. It's
probably what you are using.
To do what you want you might have to create a new wall style cabinet
without the back panel. Then add doors front & back.


"Billie" wrote in message
news:5552877@discussion.autodesk.com...
I'm using the casework from the architectural tool catalog. What is MVB's?

I need the corner wall cabinet to
have a glass door and I have some free
hanging cabinets accessible from both sides to have glass doors on each
side.

V C & C Services
(You Envision, We Create!!!)

"Nathan" wrote in message
news:5552875@discussion.autodesk.com...
what cabinetry are you already using? MVB's?
I use wall styles with doors loosely positioned. Then just create a glass
doorstyle to the shape you require as you would any door. Create a profile,
use that for the style.

"Billie"
n@comcast.net> wrote in message
news:5552704@discussion.autodesk.com...
Anybody know how or where I can find blocks were I can change the door
styles of the cabinetry. I need glass cabinet doors, any help?
--
V C & C Services
(You Envision, We Create!!!)
*Doug Broad
Message 7 of 7 (105 Views)

Re: Glass Cabinet Doors

04-16-2007 09:58 AM in reply to: *Billie
AFAIK = As Far As I Know.

If you type it into Google along with other acronyms, you can get the answer. I had to
do that a number of times just after I started using the internet.

"Nathan" wrote in message
news:5553543@discussion.autodesk.com...
Thanks Doug, it's based on a previously posted solution for kitchen
cabinets.
BTW whats AFAIK or whatever it was you posted somewhere.
Seen it a few times but haven't been able to work it out.

"Doug Broad" wrote in message
news:5553504@discussion.autodesk.com...
Very nice Kitchen. Thanks for posting. Wish I was using metric units.


"Nathan" wrote in message
news:5553007@discussion.autodesk.com...
Here's an example kitchen showing one option.
Sorry it's in metric.
MVB's are MultiView Blocks and lack flexibility for my liking. It's
probably what you are using.
To do what you want you might have to create a new wall style cabinet
without the back panel. Then add doors front & back.


"Billie" wrote in message
news:5552877@discussion.autodesk.com...
I'm using the casework from the architectural tool catalog. What is MVB's?

I need the corner wall cabinet to
have a glass door and I have some free
hanging cabinets accessible from both sides to have glass doors on each
side.

V C & C Services
(You Envision, We Create!!!)

"Nathan" wrote in message
news:5552875@discussion.autodesk.com...
what cabinetry are you already using? MVB's?
I use wall styles with doors loosely positioned. Then just create a glass
doorstyle to the shape you require as you would any door. Create a profile,
use that for the style.

"Billie"
n@comcast.net> wrote in message
news:5552704@discussion.autodesk.com...
Anybody know how or where I can find blocks were I can change the door
styles of the cabinetry. I need glass cabinet doors, any help?
--
V C & C Services
(You Envision, We Create!!!)
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