SAi FlexiSTARTER 19 Design Size for the Cut and Plot (Part 5) Cutting and Plotting Mini-Series

flexistarter setting design size

Being able to set the designs size under the General Tab for the Cut and Plot feature, gives you more control over the outcome.

When you combine this cut option with the Material setup under the general tab, you will have a way more refined final design.

This video is part of a Mini-Series.
Next video covers General Tab Copies & Repeat.
Previous video covered General Tab Position.

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Video Transcript

hi guys in today's video Flix Starter. We're gonna be looking at the size settings under the General Tab for the cut and plot feature. But before that, let's have a quick intro first. So today's video can be found on CN dot today. We make short and easy to watch problem solving videos, and we have daily updates otherwise back in the programme, just a reminder. There's many serious on the pot feature and I will live relevant links and descriptions. You guys can actually follow it alone. Now, when it comes to the sizing settings, we're gonna simply just hit quickly back into the cut and plot feature, which can be found here on your standard to bar next to the print button. Or he'd control Al to open it. Now, once we open here, as you can remember, the previous videos We've already set a few of these settings. I'm gonna get mine back to Okay, The moment wants to just hold on the list, but I'll leave that for now. So next up we're going to do is to look at the actual job size. So we've set the material size, which is what you're gonna be printing on. See the position of where we were not designed to be. And now we can always set jobs size. So this will be the actual size of your design. And seeing that most of our designers victor here, if we scale it, we won't have any loss in quality. If you have raster images in your office, you just make sure that they are enough quality. Otherwise, they're gonna be able to pixelated in the final print. So now, under the design Sorry. The job size settings. We've got the horizontal size or the width, and we've got the height then to the right here. We've got proportional scaling, and then we've got fit to media. So now if you want to use these, you can simply scale us. And as you can see, my default, it is actually sitting proportionally. So no, unfortunately, not know where to. Yeah, disabled us. So this will justice. According to, um, go your within height, we'll show in accordance with each other. You can see the customer mountain here, which is nice. Sorry, I don't do that. It's like, 20 or close to 20 at least, or you can set a percentage if you want to. Just kind of up to maybe 100 20% bigger, so forth. And what you can do is you can just simply just readjust the position of your design. Then another thing we can do is fit to media. So what this is gonna do is gonna try fit? Your design is close to their material as possible, so and they will also keep your proportions relative. So if we say for two media, you will see it will adjust that according just, move the position down a bit, so I'll drive foot as close as possible. So this is a great one. If you're designers may be a bit small. Sometimes your design, because you're working on very big materials, can be small like this. And you can somebody just go fit to media and then it will automatically scale it to the right size, which can be quite a quick way to go about Justin. But if you obviously feel like you need more spacing, then rather just set it with the actual percentage here, do you find something you like? Otherwise, that is it on jobs size if we head here to Uh, you guys don't know. It's got a variety of different Softwares we do cover. And also you can isolate the search on the top. Right? If you do not, however, find the video looking forward just to hear request a training video. Then we will make that video for you. But otherwise thanks, guys, for watching and cheers.

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