Hello All; I am totally new to TurboFloorplan, 3D Custom Workshop and this Forum, so be gentle.
I am always gentle..... as you can see by my answers at the Forum
Please, follow my explanations with the images attached.
I have placed one of each of the available cabinet models, and although there is a cabinet which has double ovens, there does not seem to be a cabinet which has a single oven with a microwave above it. If there is one available, could someone tell me where I can find it.
As you have 2 different appliances, you need 2 different cabinets:
1 - Base oven cabinet (11th in the drop down menu - pointed with a red arrow in the first image)
2 - Microwave top cabinet (2nd in the drop down menu - pointed with a blue arrow in the first image)
The order is not important and the program will set the elevation automatically (or you can set the desired elevation and dimensions)
Additionally, I have tried to create this cabinet in 3D Custom Workshop. I was successful in creating the cabinet with both an oven face and a microwave face. Then, I decided that the microwave needed raised panel doors above it. There was where I stumbled.
You can add this effect with the Cabinet Tool => Microwave top cabinet (2nd in the drop down menu - pointed with a blue arrow in the first image) => click on the menu => select Top Door (pointed in magenta in the first image) => click on the "Facing Style"button (pointed in green in the first image) => the styles' drop down menu will open (pointed in yellow in the first image) => select the desired style and apply on the model
Can someone please explain how to create a raised panel door in 3D Custom Workshop? I can create a flat door shape that is dimensionally what I want, but it is a flat panel which is 3/4" thick x 14 x 19, no raised panel.
1 - create a flat panel => use the Extrude tool (outlined in blue in the second image) => you can see the effect pointed with a red arrow in the second image.
2 - Import your own raised panel textures and apply on the doors (pointed with a green arrow in the second image).
TFP, as any program, has a learning curve. The best way to learn the program, IMO, is practice + practice + practice => Read and follow the manual (this is important), see the videos => try to create elements not related with your project, so you will become familiar with the commands and how to develop the different components.
If you are interested, I have several training e-book, with step by step tutorials and a full chapter about the 3D Custom Workshop Power Tool.
Hope this helps