3D constructor #1: constructor end grain cutting board - free web tool

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Blog entry by kvadrowood posted 10-09-2017 06:27 AM 3648 reads 2 times favorited 0 comments Add to Favorites Watch
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Hello, I would like to demonstrate how to use my web-tool.

This is the tool for constructing end grain cutting boards . Whereas I am fond of mastering cutting boards in my leisuretime, I’ve got an idea to create a web tool for modeling them. So, let’s start.

First of all, user can choose out of 3 languages to use web site – English, Ukrainian and Russian. At the top of a page there is menu, that allows user navigate through a website. Choosing “Instruction” menu item, user can watch video-lesson how to use web-tool.
Menu item “About boards” contains information about cutting boards features. “Contacts” allows user email me with your wishes and ideas about imporoving the tool. “Templates” menu item contains set of predefined board models, that you can modify or use as is.

I would like you to notice, that model of a board you can inspect in 3D and we can rotate it using mouse. Mouse wheel allows us to zoom board in and out.

I want you to notice that once a board is ready , its very easy to edit shields and see result in real time. In this way you can choose the most suitable pattern for a board.

If you created interesting template and ready to share it, please send me file via email that you can find in “Contacts” menu item. In this way I will be able to upload it to the set of predefined templates and it will be available for all users. Let’s create huge base of templates, that will cover different needs and preferences.
This web-tool I have created in 2 months and i am ready to share it with everyone. Hope it will become useful for professionals and amateurs.

I request your help in distributing a free designer
The instruction how to use the program is on the video
I’m waiting for reviews to improve the program

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