FabriCAM Software Two Point Lines for CAD Feature (Part 2) Step by Step Video Tutorial

fabricam cad two point lines

Now that we have covered the basic straight line, lets have a look at the Two Point Line option.

The Two Point Line will become quite a hand tool when you are looking at closing the caps with speed.

This video is part of a Mini-Series.
Next video covers Lines – Practical 1.
Previous video covered Lines – Straight Line.

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Video Transcript

How are you guys? In today's video? We're gonna be looking at the two point line option that is located in a cat feature, and this will be for fabric and software. 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 daily updates. Otherwise, if we head into the programme here now, In the previous video, we looked at creating joint lines, so we can pretty much great most should I say, uh, primitive shapes using the line tool. But now we're gonna be looking at creating that same shape, but slightly sped up. So we're gonna be looking at how we can use an extra feature from the line to also speed up the process. So now, in order to do that, I'm just gonna zoom so we could talk about the second feature. So if we click this drop down menu, we have the line which we just used. Now we've got this line two points Now, you will, uh, never use this as a starting point, so we'll always have to go to something like a line first because there's pretty much creates a line between two points of our choosing. So if I go here to line and we quickly create two lines here, so I'm ex, I'm gonna leave zero like we did before, or X one and X to. I'm gonna go 100 y one y to zero and then say, Okay, we've got our first line at the bottom. Now let's do the same process, and then we quickly change this. So now this one is going to be 100 the y and then this one is going to be 100 this 1 100 say okay. And now you can see we've got the line here on the top. So now what we wanna do is last time we created a line between these two. So you kind of have to know the measurements where if we now switch here to the line two points, I can zoom in here at the bottom. So I get this highlight click that zoom out. It says at the bottom, you click on 20.2. Then, um, let's just zoom out some more. Zoom into this point until we get this highlight. Click there and you can see it completes, uh, line for us. So that is way quicker than having to manually into values and calculate what it should be. So now this, uh, feature is great because it doesn't just work with lines. You can use it between other features as or wherever there's hotspots. So you can use this to create a joint. You can go. Yeah, to close the gaps on that. You can use this quite handy, then, um, yeah, otherwise, just a quick recap again. So this will be used to close gaps using the hotspots. You first click on the first hotspot, then the second one, and then it will create it. If you click anywhere in between, it will not create a line. So just keep that in mind. It's quite important that you have one click for the one and another click for the second point, but yeah, otherwise that is it online. Two points or two point line. 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 your search on the top of right. If you do not, however, find the training videos you're looking forward. Just simply go. Yeah, request the training video calling their uniform. 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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