FabriCAM Software Auxiliary Line with Inclination (Part 5) Step by Step Video Tutorial

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When we are working with guides and their different angles, we finally get to the Lines with Inclination.

This tool option will give you way more freedom then most of the basic Auxiliary tools at hand.

This video is part of a Mini-Series.
Next video covers Auxiliary – Line with Two Points
Previous video covered Auxiliary – Line with Distance.

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Video Transcript

are you guys in today's video, we're gonna be looking at how to add a cat guideline with inclination. But before that, let's have a quick intro first. So today's video can be found on softwaretraining.co.za. We make sure that easy to watch problem solving videos, and we also have that updates. Otherwise we're into the programme here. Now, in today today's video like I mentioned, we're gonna be looking at adding a guide. But being able to set a degree amount where it's going so you can have a more custom one instead of having to make a line first and then adding something parallel to get that degree, we can use just the inclination guide to do that. Now, in order to do that also, I say for the sample, I'm gonna add a simple square. I'm gonna make it 500 by 500. I'm gonna make sure my origins lower left. So okay, and then a single position, I'm gonna put it bottom origin at the also bottom left, 00 and say Okay, so there we go. We've got our nice little square going years, and now we can see the future now to locate the future. You want to go to your auxiliary? Um, tool, I'm gonna go there and go down. It's all we can find. Um, this one. The line with inclination. So now, once I've clicked this or give us this option, so I'm gonna quickly run through what this does. So, first of all, we have top. We have an X and A Y. Now, this is simply the origin point. So where do you want the line to start? Even though this can be confusing because the line runs for a few 1000 measurements. So, um, but this is kind of where you wanna start, so that becomes relevant. If let's say I want the, uh, what you call it, the inclination to start just off the corner. Then I can do that where I want to start exactly on it. I can do that as well, so that makes it convenient. So this is pretty much the origin point of the rotating joint where it's gonna be located. So this case is gonna be zero at the moment. So let's say I wanted to add a 45 degree line just right through this. So we can see here. We've got origin 00, which we know was the bottom left here. And then I'll put the anger at 45. Say okay. And there we go. We've got a nice 45 degree running through. Now, let's say I wanted to do the opposite, perhaps from the top to bottom corner. And then what I'm gonna do is go to the same tool. And then now I first want to set my origin for the line. So I'm gonna go x. I'm gonna leave zero, because this is this. And then why I'm gonna go 500 now to set the actual line at the moment is just gonna run, um, along that corner parallel with this line. So now it's two ways you can, do you think? Oh, minus 45 let's quickly do that. Get my numpad working. So we got minus 45 so make sure you select the text you can just put in front of it. Say Okay, you can see we've got another line running through there or what I can do. You can simply just set the actual degree amounts then. So I'm gonna go 500 said this too 135 Remove the minus and say Okay. And then we have that line as well. Obviously, you don't have to stick with, like, 45 stuff. You can do any, um, the agree amount you want. But a very important thing about this tool is keeping in mind where the origin point is. Otherwise, it's gonna be rather frustrating. So if you know the measurement of this, you can put something right over here in any angle you want or right in the middle here. And, uh, you can do the same thing. So if I go, let's go. One more. I'm gonna go to 50 to 50. We know this cube is 500 so we put exactly the centre and then let's make this 90 degrees. So we have a line running nicely through the centre there. So it's a very convenient tool. This If you're not working with, uh, classic horizontal vertical guides and you want something in a different degree, then you can use this. But yeah, otherwise, that is it on the inclination, um, with lines or line with inclination. Tool. Um, yeah, so otherwise. In the meanwhile, though, if we had here to softwaretraining.co.za hat Seattle today you guys will notice We've got a variety of different Softwares we do cover. And you can also isolate your search on the top. Right? If you do not, however, find the training videos you're looking forward. Just simply go. Yeah, request the training video filling the mini form. And then we'll do our best to try and make that for you. But otherwise thanks, guys, for watching and just

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