Previewing the Cut Order Within the SAi FlexiSTARTER 19 Software (Part 3)

flexistarter preview cut order

This is such a cool feature that gives you a live preview of the path and order the Cutter will Follow.

You are also able to see the path direction that the cutter will take, and then adjust it accordingly as need be.

This video is part of a Mini-Series.
Previous video covered Setting the Cut Order.

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Video Transcript

are you guys in today's video? Flexi starter. We're gonna be looking at the cutting preview feature, But before that, let's have a quick intro first. Mm mm mm. So today's video. Can we find our softwaretraining.co.za C o dot Today we make sure and easy to watch problem solving videos. And we also have daily updates. Otherwise, back in the programme here. Now, just a quick reminder. This is a miniseries on the court order, and I also leave a relevant link or links in the description. So you guys are following along. Mm. Now we've already covered how to view your cut order and also the I'll just set your cutting board. So now today's video, we're gonna be looking at how to actually preview how the cut's gonna take place. Now, that is rather simple. Say, if we go to this little play under a court order, the menu year, I mean, sorry, uh, settings box or if we go under the range and then we got to cut order, you'll see, we find it there as well. Now, if we had to click this, you will see it starts showing us a live preview of what's gonna cut in the order. So as you guys saw, it was, 123 is moving to the, um, next items. Now, once again, if you press escape, it will cancel it. And then, yeah, something also, it's quite handy about this feature is that you can actually isolate what you want to preview, so you don't have to preview everything. So let's say this is last on the order. You only want to preview that, and you can just select that with your selection tool you on your main toolbar, and then we kick the little play button. It will only preview that so you don't have to run through the whole sequence again. And then also, if we had to have these three selected and we can preview, I don't know if any of you noticed before, but the middle one goes clockwise. It's a bit quick, but as you can see, it goes counterclockwise, clockwise counterclockwise. If we just view that again, as you can see there, and that is because of the path direction we have covered path directions before, so I'll just briefly cover it. But if we go here and we view, the court order will notice some of these parts of green, and some of them are purple now. Any part that's purple means it's going to be cutting counterclockwise and apart. It's green means it's cutting it clockwise so to in order to set that up um, Miss exit here we just sit this one to the mhm you can still find. So in order to set that you want to select the path you can also go to view, and then we go to show path direction. So if we do this, then you can see there's a narrow showing the direction of the path it's gonna go. So if you have something selected, dark arrows counterclockwise, white arrows clock. So once again, that view show direction, then we can also, if we want to change this, let's say we want to make this one as well that it goes counterclockwise. Then once again go to view. Sorry, my apologies. I keep saying view for the wrong one, so we want to go to arrange and then we want to go to path direction. So that's our main menu. Arrange path, direction, and then you've got your reverse so if you want to reverse it or if you wanna say exactly clockwise counterclockwise. But if you know you want in the opposite direction, you can simply just click reverse shock control ship. Now, if we go to the preview, you'll see all of them are purple. So if we click play, you can see there. Okay, we only have the one selected, so let's select all of them. That's counterclockwise, counterclockwise, counterclockwise. So that is a nice way to set it up. With them selected, you can always go shift control shifty. And then now they're all gonna go clockwise. So this way, if you know what you're doing, you can speed up your cutting process with some refining. But otherwise that is on the cutting order. Thank you guys, for joining me on this miniseries. And if we head here to softwaretraining.co.za uh, you guys can find that we have a variety of different Softwares will recover, and also you can isolate your search on the top of right. If you do not, however, find what you're looking for, just go here, request a training video and then we will make that video for you. But otherwise thanks, guys, for watching and chills

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