When you are working with laser cuts and want to make sure that they are all properly closed.
This obviously is one of those features that you will ideally only try use with shapes that you want closed, and not on lines.
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Hi guys. In today's video, we're gonna be looking at the order close feature that is located with intricate already works. But before that, let's have a quick intro offers. So today's video can be found on softwaretraining.co.za c dot Today. We make sure that easy to watch problem solving videos, and we also have daily updates. Otherwise, we're back on the programme here now. We briefly covered this before in the when we cover the tube on top here. But today we're gonna be looking more in depth with this actual tool and how to work it. So now this tool is great. If you're creating shapes and let's say sometimes what happens is you have the two points on each other. It looks like the clothes where they actually still an open path. So this you can kind of make sure that they are closed and there's two ways we can go about it. The one is with the threshold, and the other one is we can force it to close it. So I'm gonna zoom in here to these two points, select a note editor and then with us shape selected, we go into every year. The curve order. Close future. Just zoom in there. It looks like a little square. Um, that's the icon. So I click that or pop up settings Close era. It's kind of like the amount and you've got a millimetres. At the moment. I've said it to 10 millimetres. I think this is the max. Just see quick. If I said 20 and then go back to the sitting, okay, so you can even see it to 20 So that's fine. So then you say you want to set a threshold over there, so anything within that threshold will be closed. So I'm gonna move this closer to make sure we are within it. And then we go again to the tour with your things selected, say okay. And then you'll see it. Auto closes and, um uh, curve for us. So now it is a closed part. I'm just gonna undo this quick move this point back. Let's say it's it's rather large. And what you can do also is you go there you go to the bottom, you go forced to close. So now I kind of it doesn't matter now what size it is, it is going to close that path for you. So that is kind of like a a sure way. So if you 100% sure you want to close the part, um, of a selected item and you can do it that way. Otherwise, if you have a threshold for anything within this threshold, you can always just set top and leave this one off. But yeah, that is it on, Uh, um, curve water close. It's very handy feature. If you want to make sure your cuts are going all the way through to the hand. Sometimes, like I said, it's a little gap. You don't even need to really see it. Then when you finally cutting, it just doesn't complete that cut for but yeah, otherwise, we head here to softwaretraining.co.za. Uh, guys will notice we've got a variety of different Softwares we do cover, and also you can isolate your search here on the top, right? If you do not, however, find the training videos you're looking forward to simply go here, request a training video, but in the meaning form, 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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