FabriCAM Software About High and Low Quality Art Parts (Part 1) Step by Step Video Tutorial

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When it come to the Vector designs that we are able to use within FabriCAM, we have two main ways to go about it.

For these two different Vector quality types the method of adding them to your project will differ a bit.

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how it goes in today's video, we're gonna be looking at art parts and a basic overview of the art parts. But before that, let's have a quick intro first. So today's video can be found on software trading .co.za. We make short and easy to watch problem solving videos, and we also have daily updates. Otherwise, we head into the actual, um, video year. So now when it comes to art parts in fabric camp and we're gonna be looking at some configuration and then under our import, we have these nice little art parts for importing. Now, this is gonna be relevant, Um, when we importing higher quality vectors, So let me quickly demonstrate what that is. So I I here to inks we've got these vectors here. Now, most of our primitive shapes is a basic vector. This is what we will be using to create most of our, um, cutouts. So maybe if you have a certain product and you've got all your different cutouts, it might be a little bit more complex than this. But most of the time, nothing too crazy. We are on the right here. We've got an art piece or a vector that's more like an art piece. So, in other words, it is way higher quality, which in return, um, takes a bigger load on the system. Now, if I go into editing these vectors, So over here, the first one with our rectangle, uh, or the square we can see here. We've got four points of editing, so you can use these points, drag them around and so forth. So the more points you have, obviously, the more, um, details in the actual design. So if we click on this one, we can see we've got even more got 10 over here. And then if we click on the art piece, you'll see it's got quite a bit more now. I picked the more simple artwork. You can get ones with way, way more. Um, uh, editing points. So then it will take a very big load on the system. Sometimes you can even crash systems when you try to import them for cutting. So then what happens is in actual fabric cam under our configurations. If we enable this odd parts, it will try in, um, interpret it in a way so that it, It doesn't use as much detail. And we have a few other settings we can play with as well to kind of lower the quality without losing the overall, uh, quality too much. So if you're gonna be working with art parts within fabric cam, I'll definitely say, um, we're gonna have to check this one on, but you don't have to worry. We're gonna be running through a few videos just to see the basic process and what some of these settings do. But yeah, before that, if we head to, uh softwaretraining.co.za. You guys will notice we've got a variety of different Softwares we do cover, and you can also isolate your search here 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, fill 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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