MarkMc

Wainscot Door library

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I've posted plan "kits" in the past for making cabinet door symbols (including these) but this just came up over in the QA section so here is a small library of wainscot panels as cabinet doors. Basically these are center panels with no molding that I use as "side panel inset" to make new door symbols or integrated sides of cabinets.

Wainscott.calibz

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Hey Mark, I downloaded your file, but all the panels look like this..see photo.

wainscott.JPG

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10 minutes ago, anvl369 said:

Hey Mark, I downloaded your file, but all the panels look like this..see photo.

wainscott.JPG

Suggest you try them as "side panel inset" in a cabinet to understand what they do. (In the plan I posted in your other thread the cabinet that was converted to a symbol uses them.)

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20 minutes ago, anvl369 said:

Hey Mark, I downloaded your file, but all the panels look like this..see photo.

wainscott.JPG

K, so here's a quick vid on what they do.

Wainscot.webm

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4 hours ago, MarkMc said:

K, so here's a quick vid on what they do.

Wainscot.webm

 

Hi Mark  , thanks for the library....how did you make the Movie , my computer says it doesn't know what a .webm file is....

 

PS ...do you have a link to your other "kit" ?

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23 minutes ago, Kbird1 said:

my computer says it doesn't know what a .webm file is

 

VLC will play it.

 

WebM is a media file format. It is primarily intended to offer a royalty-free alternative to use in the HTML5 video and the HTML5 audio tags. It has a sister project WebP for images.

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13 minutes ago, solver said:

 

VLC will play it.

 

WebM is a media file format. It is primarily intended to offer a royalty-free alternative to use in the HTML5 video and the HTML5 audio tags. It has a sister project WebP for images.

 

Thanks , I usually have VLC installed but don't at the moment.....

 

M.

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1 hour ago, Kbird1 said:

 

Hi Mark  , thanks for the library....how did you make the Movie , my computer says it doesn't know what a .webm file is....

 

PS ...do you have a link to your other "kit" ?

Should be able to open in Web browser, automatically opens in Firefox on my machine 

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1 hour ago, Kbird1 said:

 

Hi Mark  , thanks for the library....how did you make the Movie , my computer says it doesn't know what a .webm file is....

 

PS ...do you have a link to your other "kit" ?

Opens in Firefox on my machines, thought it would open in a browser automatically.

Sorted through some of what I had so here is an update of the kit- I no longer use "Sticks" I just change molding and or panel to make new wainscot. Then use that in a cabinet to make the door.

Also a library with some of the framing beads I use (more around but library is seriously out of control right now)- some may be facing the wrong way since I get dislexic and don't always clear out the bad ones since I also have CRS. Several Panel raises are already in Chiefs libraries.

Door kit plan 1217.plan

Framing Beads.calibz

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1 hour ago, MarkMc said:

Should be able to open in Web browser, automatically opens in Firefox on my machine 

 

FireFox wouldn't load it here but once I install VLC-64bit , it added an extension to FF and it now opens fine.   ( perhaps I did something wrong 1st time around? )

 

thanks for the Update and Files Mark .....

 

M.

 

 

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Nice technique Mark , thanks again , FF actually let me save the Video too , so I'll actually be able to review it when I want to use the Library , so much appreciated , the Video made it look very easy.....now you've done all the hard work making the library of course :)

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