FabriCAM Software Add CAM Microjoints from S-Toolbar (Part 7) Step by Step Video Tutorial

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Here is another feature from the CAM Secondary Toolbar that will prove quite handy if the defaults do not work for you.

This video is part of a Mini-Series that covers all the features located on the CAM Secondary Toolbar.

Next video covers CAM ST Delete Microjoints.
Previous video covered CAM ST Move Entries/Exits.

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Video Transcript

All right, guys, in today's video, we're gonna be looking at adding micro joint to our actual shapes and parts. But before that, let's have a quick intro first, so today's video can be found on softwaretraining.co.za z. We make sure that easy to watch problem solving videos, and we also have daily updates. Otherwise, if we head into the programme here, so I'm just gonna quickly nest few shapes just so we can have an idea of what's happening, and they move this more to the middle. Now with micro joints, this is a great way if let's say you want to make a cut out of something, but you don't want all your shapes just to fall out to the bottom. But you want to still attached somehow to your actual sheet. So perhaps afterwards you can just break it off the extra remaining piece. Now there's many different reasons. Why do you want to do this? But, uh, yeah, that that is obviously up to the actual designer and cut to some workflows. They prefer no micro joints because then, um, process a bit quicker where other, once again, they kind of need some of the shapes to stay in place and then only afterwards remove them. So now, to do micro joints. I'm just gonna quickly maybe removed two parts here, zoom in and then, uh, preview on these ones. So now the first thing we wanna do is obviously go to our cam once again, because in order to get these, uh, features working, we need to be in a cam and then from our camp settings on the top right here. We're gonna go and look at micro joint. Here is add micro joint so we can simply click this final location where you want to add it to. And then when you click at the right place, it's gonna add you a little micro joint there. So I'm just gonna zoom in so you can see better. So now what's gonna pretty much happen is this thing is gonna cut. And when it comes here, it's gonna leave a little peace and carry on cutting. So it's gonna skip the size of this micro join. Now you might want to perhaps add another one the other side as well. So you have, like, two sections that holds it And then if we preview this, you can see this one goes around and then when it gets to these ones, that makes a little skip their carries on. So that is the way the micro joints work. Now, if you for some reason I had to sit there or wanted to set the size of them, we can do that as well. So what we're gonna do is we're going to configuration then, um, where we wanna go to this tab here called Micro Joint Bridges. Sorry. Must fix my zoom for you guys micro joint bridges and, uh, remnants. So I'm gonna go there and then from the top one year, we can see we've got our micro joints dimensions. So once again, I'm not sure what's up with my zooming software at the moment. So at the moment, it is three millimetres, so you can change this to whatever. I'm just gonna make it ridiculous. You obviously would not want to make it two millimetres. At least you know you might, but not easily go back to the camera. Let's just see if we re add these. What does it look like? As you can see, there We've got quite a large one and a little one on the other side, so you can have custom ones, which is nice. And then, um so you can set it up the way you need it, so we can add a few micro joints today. Just make sure you rest escape when you're done. Otherwise she's gonna carry on adding Michael joints wherever you go. Yeah, otherwise that is it on micro join. So just a quick recap again. You can use it to pay. Basically, um, skip a little piece of the cut out. And then, um so that sheet or this block in this shit is gonna be still remaining in it until you've manually break it out. You can obviously make this quite small, like one mil or so forth. So it's easy to break out. It's gonna have a bit of, uh, scarring. You can say on your shape, but you can just round off afterwards where the joint was made of the micro joint and then also another recap to set it's worth. You can just go to configuration, go to the tab, says micro joins and bridges and remnants, and then adjust their I'm gonna put mine back to three. And you can Obviously, as you saw, you can add different size ones. You can add big ones, small ones and so forth. But yeah, otherwise, that is it. On adding micro joints. If we head here to softwaretraining.co.za z, you guys will notice we've got a variety of different Softwares We do cover and you can also isolate. You're searching on the top, right? If you do not, however, find the training videos you're looking for, just simply go. Yeah, request the training video filling the meaning form. And then we'll do our best to try and make that for you. But otherwise thanks, guys, for watching and cheers.

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