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Old 04-09-2018, 03:58 AM   #1
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Default Final Voila layout drawings

I was cleaning up my PC from old files and run into these final layouts, just updated the drawing with the Lagun table. If I would do it over again I would choose the same layout, experience from 2 Westfalias’ layouts helped a lot.
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Is there a toilet of any kind somewhere?
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There is a toilet ottoman by the sliding door.
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Old 04-09-2018, 02:48 PM   #4
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Very nice George. Could you please post a photo of your Lagun table brackets? I have one, but it is not articulated as yours seems to be.

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The Lagun table is mounted on the galley’s aluminum frame. The post, the arm, and the table are store on the front side of the galley with the post being inserted to the table mount. See this thread. http://www.classbforum.com/forums/f8...able-7407.html

The sofa table is a fully custom design, it is quick to erect and store. While in storage it sits tight in its bay.
See this album. https://photos.app.goo.gl/Ey4XSxqnLjWX2nzx1

The toilet concept and location I copied verbatim from Safari Condo.
https://safaricondo.com/en/motorises...rinter-l19-lx/
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The Lagun table is mounted on the galley’s aluminum frame. The post, the arm, and the table are store on the front side of the galley with the post being inserted to the table mount. See this thread. http://www.classbforum.com/forums/f8...able-7407.html

The sofa table is a fully custom design, it is quick to erect and store. While in storage it sits tight in its bay.
See this album. https://photos.app.goo.gl/Ey4XSxqnLjWX2nzx1
OK, thanks. I had seen the Lagun table thread before, and it is the same mount that I have. I hadn't seen the articulated 8020 table before - neat!

What sizes are the table tops, and do you find them to be "the right" size?

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The sofa table could be a couple inches longer, but it was optimized for its storage. It is well articulated so access to the seating area is easy even with some staff on the table.

The table for the front seats was also optimized for its storage, its size is sufficient.
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The sofa table could be a couple inches longer, but it was optimized for its storage. It is well articulated so access to the seating area is easy even with some staff on the table.

The table for the front seats was also optimized for its storage, its size is sufficient.
Thanks again. Yeah optimizing the table for its storage position is very important!
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Thanks, very nice.
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