FabriCAM Software Practical Microjoints and Bridges (Part 1) Step by Step Video Tutorial

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Now that we have covered all the different features from the Secondary Toolbar, we will be looking at how to use them

When it comes to the practical of using these different tool, the workflow might vary depending on your desired outcome.

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Alright, guys, In today's video, we're gonna be looking at a practical video on how to use the micro joints and bridges combine. 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. We also have daily updates. Otherwise we head into the programme here now, uh so this current minister is going to be on practical now to use some of these features from our secondary tulle ball for the camp feature. Now, just a quick disclaimer. This process is obviously going to vary depending on your outcome. So there's only gonna be one example I'm gonna be using on a workflow I might be using. But this, like says, will vary depending on yours. I'm not gonna go into too much the episode about what these settings do as we've already covered that this will be more just a quick practical on using it. So now what I wanna do in my project, I wanna have three shapes, so I'm gonna add two squares and the biggest square in the centre. Then what? I wanna do is join the, um, all three of the squares so they become basically a single shape in the final cut out is done. And then I want to make some micro joints so that the actual she doesn't just fall out after I've cut it. So now, in order to do that, I'm going to just add the layout so I'll start with smaller shapes, hear them on the side with the big one in the middle. Okay. I should have started with the actual what? He caught it. Maybe the big shape was just so we're gonna line them a bit better, misjudged the size of it, and then we're gonna add this year in the centre. I just wanna make sure my smaller shapes are more aligned. And I'm gonna send to this an actual project you want. You must probably gonna throw this right in the origin corner, which, in our case, will be the bottom left so we can make a great remnant afterwards. But because this is just a demo, I'm gonna just leave the straight in the middle so you can see better what's happened. Now? Next thing I wanna do is before I get into my camera, I first want to configure the settings, so I know I'm gonna join these shapes so that joint must be quite sturdy. So I'm gonna go to configuration micro joints, bridges and remnants and then set the bridges to I'm gonna go about 60 because I'm making a straight line through both. I'm gonna do this one, create bridges in the same line just so that I don't have to manually create both. Now, when it comes to my micro joint dimensions, I'm gonna leave this the same three say okay or apply. And then OK, then, next I'm gonna add Go ahead into my cam. Now, before you start working, it is important to know at least currently, you have to add to micro joints first. As soon as you add a bridge, do that, you will see the micro joints option is no longer available. So what I'm gonna do is just go out of camp and back in. So we have our options. So I'm gonna go micro joint and add one year to the left, onto the top and one to the right. So now it's gonna hold on to our overall sheet on three places and then next up, I wanna go here to add bridge. Now we've got the create on the same line. So now it's quite important we try and make a straight line. You might have to do this a few times, but I'll try. So I'm gonna go click on the inside of the shape close to the edge, goes straight to the side and do the same as you can see. I'm a bit off, so let's try that quickly again. Add inside. There we go. That's a little bit better Now. You might want to refine that. You can also manually select them if you don't add the other option. Now what we can do is go to N. C and just review this There. You can see it cuts out the first one, and then it keeps all our shapes together with our nice little micro joints. So, yeah, otherwise, that is it. On a practical on doing the actual micro joints and bridges, especially we combine them, you might not always want to combine them, but in this case, for example, I wanted to make I wanted to have something very specific, but yeah, otherwise, if we're here to 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 on the top. Right? If you do not, however, find the training videos you're looking forward. Just simply go here and 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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