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Ness

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March 26, 2018 - 6:30 am
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Hi Rozza,

Sorry to see that you are not going ahead with your project.

To get a quote on manufacturing this please contact directly :

Dean Price, Tees Tech Joinery at 07890 105279 or teestechjoinery@gmail.com

All the best,

Ness

Ps: Here’s a link to an article on Dean: https://wooddesigner.org/woodw…..tegration/

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March 25, 2018 - 6:39 pm
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Gents,

Thanks for this, I dropped the ball unfortunately and won’t go ahead with the build but learned in the process, so not a complete waste of time.

For future reference can you put a ball park figure on getting this machined in Standard 18mm Medite or similar at one of your partners in the UK?

Thanks

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Hi Rozza,

Thanks for posting your project.

No problem to help you adjust your design

However, it would be better to have  some more information to correctly advise you.

I’m also not sure what you mean by cocked bead edges. If you mean rounded edging then the answer is that Polyboard can’t add round edges. Polyboard will calculate the panels sizes but edges are always squared.

I’ve attached a model with some 50mm wide fillers and panels set to 18mm with cam and dowel assembly.

Backs are also grooved into the carcasses and I’ve adjusted the plinths and sides for correct alignments.

However, if you can tell us a bit more about this project and how you plan to build it we’ll be able to advise you better.

For instance, are you building this by hand or using cnc or subcontracting the machining?

If you are building by hand will you be buying panels already cut, will you be painting the boards and what tools do have  to assemble the parts.

All the best,

Ness

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Hi Rozza, thanks for posting your project. One of our technical team will take a look and get back to you soon. All the best, Stefan

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Hi Stefan,
I have attached a design which I am looking to get tweaked, tidied up and checked with your assistance and sent for production at one of your approved suppliers.

A few tweaks to be made are
-In frame doors.
-Cockbead edges to shelf verticals, cupboard door frame, and door panel.
-Scribes for LHS unit
-Scribe for left side of RHS unit
-18mm MR MDF unfinished
- Shelf pin holes

I would welcome your advice on hardware, cams / dowels etc...

Thanks
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