Here are a few Extra Notes on the Cutting Process within the program that’s good to remember.
When you cutting out a design and you not sure if it has cut all the way through the material, or you are not done cutting for the day, which approaches could you take.
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Hi there, guys. In today's video here in True Gottardi works, we're gonna be looking at a few extra notes on the laser cutting process. But before that, let's have a quick intro first. Mm, yeah, So today's video can be found on softwaretraining.co.za. We make sure needs jobs, 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 laser cutting process. Now we'll leave relevant links in the description, as you guys can follow along. Now this we're gonna be the last video on the miniseries. So thank you guys for joining and then, yeah, this is just a few closing notes, you can say on the actual process, which you can look into if and when these things are cooked. So if you've cut your design and after you've let the extract the fan first run a bit, then you switch it off, you open and then a good practises. Let's say just maybe grab this design. Yeah, group page. And then to move it up here and so back to our design Good practises Once you are done with your cutting, you first tap on your design a bit to make sure everything is loose. So before you just take it out or move it, you kind of, um can place it even one hand on it, hold security and tap on everything to make sure it is loose. Because some things are gonna happen. Is your powers maybe just too low? Then it doesn't do exactly through cuts. And then you have a problem. If you moved to design because the laser you'll have to recut it because it's gonna recut on a different area. So that is a good practise. You tap it. And if it is not loose, then what you do is you can run the same process again. Make sure your health and safety and that and then but just setting your powers a little bit lower. So that way it's the same process, but it just cuts through. That is something to keep in mind. But ideally, if you've done your prototype first with a little square in the square inside for engraving, you should not have to do this. But you still don't run into that problem. at times, So that is something to keep in mind. And then just make sure also. Then you follow all like I mentioned all yourself and safety procedures again, if you're gonna do that now, when it comes to the chiller compressor and extractor fan, um, you can pretty much keep a chiller on if you're going to be still working more that day. But if you are done and you can always switch this off, the extractor fan doesn't, uh, extractor fan and compressor doesn't need to stay on if you're busy loading another design and stuff like that. But you can easily keep the chill on. But like I said, so that's just a side note. If you're done for the day, you can switch all three of these off. If you're still doing more cutting, you can always just switch the compressor and extract off and leave the chiller. But make sure you do your next cut to switch those two back on again. But otherwise, yeah, that is it on this little messages on laser cutting process, I'm not sure if it was that many, but, uh, otherwise, thanks to all for joining and then I'll see you guys in the next series. Then in the meanwhile, if we go here to softwaretraining.co.za. You guys will notice that we do have a variety of different Softwares we do cover, and also you can isolate your search on the top of right. If you do not, however, fund the training videos you're looking for just a year, request a training video filling the form. And then we will make that video for you. But otherwise thanks guys for watching and cheers.