TruCUT RDWorks Software the LGP Preview Feature (Part 29) LGP Design Videos Mini-Series

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When you are finally done with you setting up of your LGP Design, the Preview will be handy.

There are a few different values that you are able to monitor with the preview option, but one of the best things about it is the Simulate option.

This video is part of a Mini-Series.
Next video covers LGP Design – Save, Open Parameters.
Previous video covered LGP Design – Export LGP Design.

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Video Transcript

Hi guys. In today's video, we're gonna be looking at the L. G. P preview option that's located within your L G P feature and this before to cut already works. But before that, let's have a quick intro first. Mhm. So today's video can be found on z. We make sure it's easy to watch 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 L G P feature and I will leave relevant links and description so you guys can start a long now when it comes to the actual LGBT preview feature. This is great. If you wanna run a simulation of your actual cut and engraving and then you can also see some basic values about it while it simulates. So if we go to the future here, I'm just gonna once again, it leaves this important custom shape just to make it a bit more dynamic. Put us 200 again and say hi now under the bottom here. So next to the export LGBT design, which we just covered, we've got the preview button. Now, if I click this, it's gonna try and wrap it around all my screen. So I'm just gonna move it here, put it just on this something. When we zoom out, we can see there is a design. Now it is a little bit hard to see because of the colouring green. But yeah, this is where you can see or your actual preview and then right to we've got some value so we can see in some settings you can set. So we've got here the size so we can see. Okay, cool. This is the size of the design. We've got total time. Light time tries to estimate kind of how long it will take idle work in actual millimetres. And then we've got the position. This these three will be only available while the simulation is running. So something to keep in mind. So then, yeah, we've got position, speed and power, and we've got a progress bar. How long will take? Cut, default. And then we could simulate at the bottom and from the options at the bottom. We have your simulation. This will run the actual simulation simulator of a year or Basically, you can set the factor of how quick it simulates. Then we've got your paws continue and stop. So if I had to click simulate here, we can see. Now it starts showing us. On our preview. I was simulating the actual design, and then on the top year, it shows us a speed, depending on what your speed is set to. It was displayed here. It's running at 99.8% power, and then at the position, you can see what constantly change as it's progressing in the design. Then you can add on pause. Let's say you kind of run. They're all simulation yet, but you have to keep an eye on it or something in that line, because it or you can go stop to abort. I'm supposed to somebody's click the same button again. Now, in a similar bar, we can while it's active, speak like this. We need to go to the left, but you can see will slow it down. So maybe it's a complex area. You want to make sure everything is being done right, or we can take it to the opposite side, which will speed up the whole process for us. And, uh, yeah, Once it's completely done, it will automatically stop for you. No, I just like to say mine back 2 to 1. Mhm. And yeah, that is it. On a preview and simulation feature. Very handy. Before you do your actual cuts to first run a simulation to make sure everything is correct. Otherwise, if we head here to zm, you guys will notice we've got a variety of different Softwares will recover. And you can also isolate your search on the top of right. If you do not, however, find the training videos you're looking for, it's just simply a year requested training video, filling the uniform. And 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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