FabriCAM Software CAD Lines Feature Practical One (Part 3) Step by Step Video Tutorial

fabricam cad lines feature practical

After we have covered all the options for the Straight Lines Tool lets try a few practical’s.

The reason why we do these practical exercises is that it helps you to get more familiar with the tool.

This video is part of a Mini-Series.
Next video covers Lines – Practical 2.
Previous video covered Lines – Two Point Line.

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Video Transcript

How are you guys? In today's video? We're gonna be looking at our first practical to work with the lines tool, and this will be for fabric camp software. 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 an easy to watch problem solving videos, and we also have daily updates. Otherwise, we head into the programme here now, like I mentioned, this is gonna be a practical So the practical videos. I like to give you a little bit of a challenge to see if you get it right. And if you don't by the end of the video, I will show you how to go through it. Now, these practical will only be using what we actually learned in this video or the previous two videos. So this is just kind of to help you retain some of the stuff we went through in your memory. So the next time you use a tool, it's a little bit easier. So now, in this first video, what I'm gonna do, I'm gonna ask you to create me a form of rectangle. Can be a square or just a rectangle. But the requirement is you must use both line and two point lines. So you can't just use one. You must use both to see if you can remember how to work them. So what I'm gonna do or show so what you should do, Just pause this video, then try run through it. If you don't get it right, you're gonna play further, and then I will show you the process, Um that I used to go through it. Otherwise, if you get it right, you can just simply skip to the next video. And then, um, yeah, we can carry on from there. So any time you're ready, and then I will resume in a few moments, Okay? I don't know if you've gotten it right or not, Um, or if you even post it, I'm presuming you did. So what I'm gonna do is I'm gonna clear this run through the process here for you, so you can just see how to go about it. In case you didn't get it right. So first of all, I wanna make sure. Like I said, I click the line tool and I must be in my cat. Otherwise I won't have any of these settings. Now, after I flicked my line tool, I don't wanna click any of these settings. Otherwise it's gonna disable that tool for me. Then I have to do it again. So with that selected, I'm gonna just click on our canvas, pop up the options and set our first option. So I'm gonna set this first one. Let's go make this a bit different. So I'm gonna go 200 leave the y zero, so so 200 line at the bottom. Here, centre this to our camera, Zoom out a bit planet and let's add another one. I'm gonna go line. Now. In my opinion, I like to add two lines one bottom, one top or one left, one right. And then you fill the gaps in like that. So I'm gonna click here. I'm gonna go upwards to the first line. I'm gonna leave, uh, or make the y gonna make this. Let's do about 100 so we can have a rectangle instead. And then the bottom one, I'm gonna go on x 200 why 100. So okay, then, uh, fit this to the camera. There we go. We've got our two lines. Nice little rectangles trying to form. Then I'm gonna go to my to our line two points zooming here on the first point. Click at zoom out, zoom in on the second point, click it and there's our first, uh, joint. So now I'm gonna do the same process Click on the dropdown to click on it again Now we go on our second one Zoom until I find that hotspots zoom out Zoom in on the second one till I find out Spot Click it And there you go. Well done. Now, this is definitely a way to speed up your work. Uh, work process or your workflow. It's like I mentioned before. We can do this just with a normal line adding all these lines, but it takes you so much longer. So depending on your design layout, you can always just getting the key, uh, base points and then just full of gaps quickly with a two point line, which is convenient, but yeah, otherwise that is it on the practical. I hope you guys got got it right from our previous videos. Without need to pause the video, but yeah, otherwise, before we get to the next practical if we go here to softwaretraining.co.za z Uh, you guys will notice We've got a variety of different Softwares we discover, and you can also isolate. You're searching on the top, right? If you do not, however, find the training videos you're looking forward. Just something I hear Request the training video, but in the mini 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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