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robertko2

11:11PM | 08/08/03
Member Since: 08/08/03
3 lifetime posts
Bvtools
Thought you cabinet makers out there might want to check this cut list software out. It's called "Cabinet Cut List Maker", and goes for around $87 dollars american. It calculates every wood part of your cabinet, with every possible option. Including: Upper cabinets, base cabinets, one exposed end panel, no exposed end panels, both end panels exposed, calculates up to seven openings per cabinet, and two three, or four drawers per drawer bank. It calculates for either rabeted drawer boxes, or dove tail drawer boxes, Mitered raised panel doors, Cop'n Stick, or just flat doors. It has four user default settings for your particular cabinet styles, and also has a drawer bank spacing calculator, as well as a cabinet opening calculator, which you enter about what you'd like to see as far as height of drawers in the drawer bank, or number and width of door openings horizontaly accross the cabinet, and it calculates the actual dimension, as close to your size as possible. It has many three dimensional drawings showing different cabinet conditions, as well as drawings with the named part, and its calculated width beside that. And much more. Check it out at this URL http://www.builders-digital-toolbox.com They have foundation layout software as well, and some custom jigs and tools for sale. Great program. I use it now for every job.

BK

Altereagle

06:51PM | 08/09/03
Member Since: 12/27/02
545 lifetime posts
You posted that on my forum as well Bob... busy guy.

Tell you what give me a free download and the next cab project I do I'll review it for you on my site, and you can quote from (if it's good?) and I'll mention it on some of the forums I moderate.

(Not this one I just visit here once in a while)

Alter Eagle Construction & Design

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