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Join date : 2017-10-24
Age : 39
Location : Chalfont St Peter

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on Fri Nov 17, 2017 5:22 pm

I'm Nathan Mincham, aka Minch, I've been in the KBB market since 2005 when I started a kitchen business with my good friend Mark Schmid. I run the business myself these days. I came from an engineering product design background and had a solid background in both 2D and 3D CAD, using predominately AutoCAD and Solid Edge.

I came across the Kitchen Fitter Forum around 18 months ago and since then had been a regular on there. There was (still is) a wealth of information on there. However Daz, Joe, Jayne and myself thought that having a dedicated KBB CAD Forum would be better and easier for people to find. We hope you'll join in the conversations and please ask any questions you want. The more users we have contributing the better this forum will become.

We will be setting up a Facebook Group sometime soon but we're currently busy experimenting with additions and tweaks to the forum first.


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Join date : 2017-10-24
Age : 50
Location : Nottingham

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on Fri Nov 17, 2017 8:22 pm
Great.... just writing mine...

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Main KBB CAD Software: TurboCAD V2019 Pro Build 32.1 / Bit of Sketchup / Serif Page Plus
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