SAi FlexiSTARTER 19 Overlaps for Tiling (Part 12) Cutting and Plotting Mini-Series

flexistarter tiling overlaps

The Overlaps is a feature that is used a lot when you are working with the tiling feature on large designs.

Overlaps will make the overall application a bit simpler and prevent you from having gaps between tiles on the end result.

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

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Video Transcript

Yeah. Alright, guys, in today's video Flix Starter, we're gonna be looking at overlaps for the stylings under the current plot feature. But before that, let's have a quick intro first. Mm, Mhm. Mm. So today's video can be found on c o dot z A. We make sure easy to watch problem solving videos, and we also have daily updates. Otherwise we'll go back in the programme. Yeah. Now, just a quick reminder. This is a miniseries on the current towel or sorry, cut and plot feature. And then we're gonna be just carrying on with Penhall tab from now. So firstly, we need to open a actual cutting, uh, cutting plot feature which you can use control owl, or click the shortcut. They're next to the printer, But now, with it open, you want to go to the second tab, which is the panel tab, and then we've just covered the tiles. So I've just set the tiles a little bit smaller so we can see the overlaps a little bit better. So now the third option category under the panel tap, you'll see we've got overlaps. So now we've got here that, uh, with overlap and height overlap as we can see with the with enabled, I'm gonna leave the height disabled so you can see the difference. Then over here on our preview, we can see this little, um, uh, line broken lines to show you the overlap, you can obviously use your zoom two zoom in on it so we can have a better view of the overlap, and then we can adjust it under the overlap you the amount of overlap. So at the moment is 0.2 of an inch increases or decreases. So now, for those of you that don't know, overlaps are great if you're working on big tiles and you want to make sure there's no gap between two, uh to tile. So let's say this tile had a letter that went over all of them. Then if you don't put an overlap, sometimes you can get a bit of a, uh, gap between the two letters, which does not look very good. So then what you do is you should put a slight overlap. So there is going to print a little bit into the other one on the one talent into the other one on the other time or add extra. So then you just overlap those two on each other. So then you have to know gaps in between. But otherwise that is it on overlaps or overlapping your tiles. If we had year to hat Seattle today, you guys will get a variety of different software to cover so you can isolate. You're sitting on the top of right. If you do not, however, find what you're looking for just a year. Request a training video. Then we will make that video for you. But otherwise thanks, guys watching and cheers.

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