The Arrangement of Sizing Objects within the SAi FlexiPRINT RTUV 22 Software (Part 11)

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Yet another great tool to pick from, the Sizing of Objects and Shapes within the FlexiPRINT.

When it comes to the Sizing Tool, it is important to understand that this is not your classic Size transformation feature.

This video is part of a Mini-Series.
Next video covers Nesting.
Previous video covered Spacing.

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Video Transcript

Alright, guys. In today's video, we're gonna be looking at the sizing feature within flexi print. But before that, let's have a quick intro first. So today's video can be found on co dot Z A. We make sure and easy to watch problem solving videos, and we also have daily updates. Now if we head into the programme here and I just right off the bat, it's important for you guys to understand that this is not, um, your general transform skating. So in other words, if I had to make, let's say, a duplicate of this, it is not this type of skating where, um, I can scale it in any direction and so forth. This is more a relative scaling, so it's gonna scale objects and shapes relative to another. Now, now the same as with the alignment and the spacing. It's gonna be affected around the first thing on your cutting order or the layer the layer or object the furthest back on the, um, design sheet. So, in other words, I can go to our cutting order and just see OK, this will be number one. Everything that's gonna be affected, or at least everything selected is gonna be affected around whichever layer is the furthest back on those selections. So in our case, it will be this. So if I select all these shapes and to locate the actual feature, we're gonna go here to arrange on our main menu, then we're gonna go down till we find the option sizing. Now, we've got two options here. We've got the same as width and same as height. So now if I want all these objects width to be the same or height, I will select the correct one. So I'm gonna width first. And when I select this, you will see all these objects with is now the same. I'm gonna undo that and then the same way. If I get to a range sizing, it will get the same as height. Now you'll see, you'll get all of them that their height is relevant or relative to this shape. So a handy tool if you wanna get a form of consistency throughout your design. But like I said, just keep in mind it is relative to the object, the furthest back. So let's quickly change this colour. Oh, grab the orange. I'm gonna send this one right to the back. Send it blue. Now, if we get to the cutting order, we can see this one's number one. So select that and let's try the same go range. We go sizing the same as width. Now you see, it is changed the width of those objects. Now, um, you could obviously go a R. Let's go sizing same as height, then. Now all these objects are the same scale. But there is one little feature which is important to, uh, note. Let's say you wanna have these objects the same height, but you want them to keep their propo, uh, proportions. So they, um yeah, yeah. So then what we can do is if we go on our design central panel, it's important that we go on the bottom here and we select this proportional editing or switches on. So now if this thing scales, it will always keep its proportion. So will no not sunny become a different shape? So if I select all of them, let's go to a range we go to sizing. And then let's make the heights the same. If I click this now sunny, you'll see those tiny little slithers and now scaled up to huge shapes. It's because proportional is on. So now the height is gonna be the same on all these. But they will scale, uh, proportional, which means the width will change with it. So that's only I think it's important to note with this one is whether your proportional editing is on or off, so it's gonna change the effect. So, like I said, if you wanna get them all the same size, then make sure that is off, then, um, you can go height and width, and it will scale them all to the layer the furthest back. But I would definitely recommend play around with this a bit. It's quite simple. It's just the trick comes when you forget about this setting of a year under your design central, which is the, uh, proportional edit. But yeah, otherwise, in the meanwhile, though, if we had yet to, um co dot Z a 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 for just simply go here, request a training video, fill in a 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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