furniture

Contest Closed
Description:
wood working projects
Wants:
modern & arabic style
Software:
  1. AutoCAD

Entries

#3 EASY ACCESS SHELVING by DBARN
SHELVING TO ALLOW FOR EASY ACCESS WHERE THE SHELF WILL LOWER AND COME FORWARD AT THE SAME TIME, AND THEN CAN EASILY BE RAISED FOR OUT OF THE WAY STORAGE
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2013-09-16 16:37:04
#2 Wall Unit Design by CADmate
It was made in Cabinet Vision and converted to autocad
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2013-09-15 13:08:14
#1 Revolving Bookcase by 3DTech
2013-09-05 14:06:25

Discussion

Wed, 28 Aug 2013 01:00:08 +0000
Cold you please Clarify you requirement in pdf attached?

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