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    Quote Originally Posted by ReMark View Post
    I'll draw up...for a price. Can't afford to give away my time and efforts doing freebies. Besides we've never met. What do you have for exact dimensions? An overall size is not going to help.
    I cant afford to pay !
    If anyone can draw me up either unit in the picture I would be grateful.

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    You can download some free 2D CAD programs and try to draw it up yourself then. It will be a great learning experience. Alibre has a program you can use.
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    You should try Google Sketchup. The free version is perfect for what you want to do. Just do a few tutorials from their website then you should be ready to design your wardrobe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by B1977 View Post
    I cant afford to pay !
    If anyone can draw me up either unit in the picture I would be grateful.
    did you not read my reply???
    I've got nothing to say!

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    B1977: I think BIGMIKE basically offered to do the drawing for you. You should go back and reread his posts then consider whether or not you want to take him up on his offer. You need a drawing, he wants some practice. If he does the drawing for you at least acknowledge it here since you can't afford to pay. It's the least you could do.
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    Quote Originally Posted by B1977 View Post
    thanks ,where do I find that
    For starters, try www.cben.net.

    Or, take a peek-a-boo at the attached files; one *.pdf and the other a *.dwg AutoCAD drawing.

    There must be a ton of various combinations; i.e.: cubby holes, drawers, hanging short 'n long, doors, slide out shelving, etc., etc.

    You can download a *.dwg viewer from AutoDesk, a free program, if you don't have AutoCAD.

    Have fun with your project. I made the *.dwg over morning coffee, playing with my Erector Set, AutoCAD.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BIGMIKE09281946 View Post
    The search for .dwg files would require AutoCAD to be on your computer, for them to be of any use to you. I don't know for sure what type file pic you can post so that it could be drawn by anyone. I assume it would need to be drawn in Metric. Sketch an outline of the room and its dimensions, where you want the renovation, and its dimensions too. I will futz with it cause I can use the experience. You will need to include your email address on some sort of media surface for me to emaii you a pdf. Also will need to know the printer specs in millimeters etc.
    Thanks for your help about doing drawing

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    I have attached/inserted a cocktail napkin drawing for your perusal/edification. If you can get me something like this with dimensions it would be nice.
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    Im only putting the shelving up on one side,really it will be a wardrobe with no doors,with different levels of shelving..
    the depth is 600mm ,height is 2400mm and length is 2300mm,

    thanks for your help

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    Quote Originally Posted by B1977 View Post
    on the above picture,I want the main unit drawn.there is 5 main sections on the unit directly above.If you numbered each section 1,2,3,4,5 from left to right,I would like section 2 and 4 removed from drawing.no drawers,just shelving.

    if anyone is able to help,thanks

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