When it comes to the Sheet Offset option within the Auto Nesting feature, you might want to use it for multiple situations.
This is a good tool that you can also use to move bulk amount of shapes while keeping them nicely nesting together.
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All right, guys, In today's video, we're gonna be looking at our next advanced option for the auto nesting feature, which will be sheet offset. And also this will be for fabric camps software. But before all of that and let's have a quick intro first, so today's video can be found on softwaretraining.co.za. We make sure needs to watch problem solving videos. We also have daily updates always went back into the programme here. Now, in this video, Like I said, we're gonna be doing some sheet offset. Now, you might have many times in many cases, want to combine this with the actual part offset. So now that we've covered the part of Set, we'll be looking at the sheet offset. So if we're here to the nesting, it's gonna start this. So we have our basic nest. Now let's say you want to leave some breathing room around your actual sheet for whatever reason, then you wanna be looking at the sheet off set, so I'm gonna go to configuration. Then, as you can see here, we've got our sheet offset under the third advanced option. And then from this little icon we've got, uh, the red corner saying one in the red corner saying to So this will be relative to the settings. You'll be sitting here. So as you can see, we've got one, which is the bottom left. And then we've got two, which is the top. Right then, from these we have begin X begin. Why the number and in millimetres? And they're saying we'll be at the bottom. But this will be the end, X n y and the millimetres. So what I'm gonna do now, let's quickly just try, adjust this. So I'm gonna set first shapes from the left. Or I think my first tutorial let me first set apart of set just so we can nicely space things closer to the end so we can start seeing the effect on that. So now back here. So let's start with begins. So X is obviously on your horizontal plane, and why will be on your vertical? So I'm gonna set this one to about 20. And then, um, let's just set one for first, so we're gonna quickly have a preview of this wrong button. Let's go there again. Start this configuration. So it is still set to 20. Now we can see over here at this side, it's got a 20 mil gap and the bottom is still the default. So now let's set the bottom as well so we can set this one. I'm gonna set this to about 40 so we can clearly see the difference. So I start again and now we can see we've got double the gap at the bottom as to the left. But now the right at the top will still be exactly the same. So if I had to, let's say space these things even more to try about 100 see if it allows us started and then, yeah, it's maybe a bad example. Let's go back to 40 and what I'll do. Instead, I'll set this one up, so let's make this one about 200 just to make sure we're getting it right to the edge. There started and then, uh, currently two rounds, two little. But what I'm trying to show is, so if we go right up to the edge, these two will still be the same. So then what you have to do is adjusted, so let's use the top. We can see this one is clearly bigger than the top. So now we want to go to number two and then we're gonna go the y and that's the end. So this is the top end there. So we wanna make this one also 40. Say, Okay, let's click the preview and look at There we go. Now we can see the spacing is the same now, like I was trying to demonstrate. So if you for some reason getting right on the edge there, then you have to go configuration and then just set this one and X, which will be this side also the same time I'm gonna go to this 1 200 as well. So they are all relevant to each other. And then, like I said, in combination with space in your shape, you can get a nice balance. Obviously, I went more extreme here. Normally, you would not want to do that because it's wasting a lot of material. But if you need some breathing room on the side, maybe making a structure that you're relying on the outside structure as well, then you might want to use the actual sheet spicy. So just a quick recap again. So you wanna located under your configuration under your tool, and it will be the bottom one sheet offset. And then you set your spacing according to one which will be X and y and two which will be X and y so beginning and end And then, uh, yeah, you obviously wanna apply all of that. But otherwise that is it on sheet spacing. 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 for, 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 cheers