Adjusting the Tiling for Design Within the FlexiSTARTER Software (Part 10)

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The Tiling option is a great feature when you are working on designs that are larger than your Material.

When it comes to this feature you have a lot of flexibility to setup the tiles within the cut and plot feature.

This video is part of a Mini-Series.
Next video covers Panel Tiling Preview.
Previous video covered Panel Tab Size.

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Video Transcript

Okay, guys, In this video of Flexi Starter, we're gonna be looking at tiling your design with a custom plot feature. But before that, let's have a quick intro fixed. Mhm. Mm. So today's video can we find a softwaretraining.co.za cielo today? We make sure that easy to watch problem solving videos, and we also have daily updates. Otherwise, we're back in the programme here. Now I'm just a quick reminder that there's a miniseries on Cuts on Plot, and today we're gonna be looking at the tiling under the Penhall tip. So in order to start, let's first go to the actual feature which can be controlled or, uh opened by control l or next to the print icon, this little cut icon. We simply click that, and they want to navigate on top year to the second tap. You can see it says it's a panel and we've already covered the scale. But now we're gonna be covering the tiles. And as you can see here, we've got tiles already, and that is based on a scale we've said it. So I've set this to 400% scales, and now it's way bigger than the actual material. And, like I mentioned quick in the previous video, a reason why you use tiles normally is in case your design is bigger than your material. So let's say you've got a very big window. You have to put a vinyl or something on, but your machine can only cut a certain size. Obviously, it's limited to and with its sights. So then what you'll do is you'll cut that design up into different tiles, as they call it, and then you will stick those individually afterwards, aligning them with features that comes with a programme. So that way you can do a full size window with a smaller machine, but in any case, so then onto the actual tiling. So apologies with this being precise, we can see here under the tiles, we've got total tiles. Nine. Tell me, Tell me on the previous, um, every year we can, uh, set the width and height of the tile. So, like with the size, just keep in mind. This will be relevant to the tile that is selected. Then you can simply increase or decrease. These values order to fit something maybe more snugly inside a tile. Then to the left. Here. We've got columns. So, uh, over here we can actually enable them. And then we can have X amount of columns, obviously, depending on the size of your material. So we obviously can't have any less than three, depending on the, uh with our current size of the material. Because otherwise your machine will have to cut something bigger than what it can handle. So you will still be limited to a minimum which is relevant to the size of machine can cut. So but we can obviously increase this quite a lot if you wanted to work with a lot of tiles, but I just see a lot of work for their. So then, um then we can also do If we decrease that, we enable the ones on the right. Now we can set the scale of these relevant to each other. So, in other words, um, I, as you can see there as I increase it, all of them will kind of decrease. And if it goes too small, we'll just add new tiles. So this way, if you want to keep your child's consistent in their sizes, you can always use this feature. Same with height. So we've got the width and the height. We can adjust this accordingly. But yeah, that is, um, the basics on tiling, especially when it comes to the panel tip. The next video will quickly look at How can we do a lot of these things with your preview to, But otherwise before that, if we had to softwaretraining.co.za you'll see loads a day. You guys are not secure a variety of different Softwares we do cover. And also you can isolate legislation on the top. Right? If you do not find the video looking for you can always go here, request a training video, and then it will mean, she said. We will make that video for you, but otherwise thanks guys, for watching until next one. Cheers.

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