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We are South Florida hospitality casegoods manufacturers.
We are searching for a professional hospitality-grade shop drawing for this nightstand.

We have received the specs and general information of the product from the designers but now need detailed CAD Shop Drawings of the piece.
Please provide:
Front, Side, and Isometric elevations for the product
Please also provide photorealistic rendering of finished product if possible.
Ask for Sample:
This is one of MANY pieces that need to be drafted up.


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#18 NC-16 by pooyaz
May 11, 2021 12:49
#16 NC-16 Nightstand by kedard
May 10, 2021 16:22
#15 NC-16 by pooyaz
May 10, 2021 15:07
#14 Night stand by AB Designs by Surendra Bharath
May 9, 2021 21:28
#12 NightStand with Smart Light. Add On by stanislavp
May 9, 2021 20:02
#9 NC-16 Nightstand by kedard
May 9, 2021 17:04


Sat, 08 May 2021 16:06:23 +0000
Superior HD: thanks for the quick response. Does the fabrication of these pieces need to meet an Architectural Woodwork Institute grade; Premium, Custom, or Economy? ( These grades specify construction details like gaps and seams, door flatness, materials and surface finish. Check that out with the developer. It's likely that Custom grade is sufficient, but verify that and let us know, so the drawings (and product...) show correct details, which would be accepted upon an inspection.

As for value engineering, that may depend upon assembly methods you already use and are setup for. If you use biscuits or blind dowels, than probably best to draw the details that way, rather than specifying pocket screw joinery, which might require new machinery. Would your expected production quantity justify new tooling? Also, are you intending to cut parts on CNC, with fastener locations prepared on the machine?
Thx SG
Sat, 08 May 2021 12:36:53 +0000
In the plan view there's half circle..this one is engraved in top sheet metal ?
If so what are the dimensions.
Fri, 07 May 2021 21:53:23 +0000
Extend time please....

Superior HD


Fri, 07 May 2021 14:10:45 +0000
The developer is requesting that we VALUE ENGINEER the furniture. So please choose methods that will save the developer money. HOWEVER..this is for a hotel project, so everything has to be commercial grade and reinforced construction. We will probably go with wood core covered with metal laminate. We have reached out to Wilsonart to get their advise on method of attachment. I believe they have a metal laminate that comes ready with adhesive. I do not have spec for the LED and drawer slide...please specify. You have more experience so please provide the format you feel is best knowing that the designer wants the best while the developer (which is paying) wants to save as much money as possible. And as the manufacturer, we will not sacrifice the durability and reinforcing to make the product last under commercial use. We are providing to the developer a 2 year warranty for all our products
Looking forward to working together. We have a total of 10 designs we need to provide developer shop drawings for.
Thu, 06 May 2021 22:20:44 +0000
I am a professional, specialty cabinet designer and manufacturer with over 40 years' experience, see
I'd like to become your go-to source of construction drawings going forward.
Some questions on this one:

Is the 1/2" metal top solid metal, or a wood core covered with metal laminate?
Do you have spec or desire on the method of attaching the metal top to the cabinetry?
What panel goods and finish are desired?
Do you have a spec for the LED lighting and drawer slide, or should we specify?
How does your shop assemble cabinets: glue-and-screw, pocket screw, blind biscuit, Mod-eez, or another means?
Do you have a preferred or standard method of mounting the nightstand to the headboard?
Is the "wood backing" at the rear of the open cubby applied after the cabinet is mounted, thus covering any fasteners?

Eager to get your response and prepare my entry; I will also prepare photorealistic renderings.
Thx, Steve

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