TruCUT RDWorks LGP Process Video (2nd Part), Part 32 of TruCUT RDWorks LGP Design Videos

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This will be the second part of the LGP Process video, where we will be looking at Finalizing.

In the finalizing part we will be looking at the output setting for cutting and engraving, and also different processes.

This video is part of a Mini-Series.
Previous video covered LGP Design – Process Video P1.

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Video Transcript

All right, guys, In today's video, we're gonna be looking at part two of the process you take when you're creating an L G P design. And yeah, this will be for Trick that already works. But before that, let's have a quick intro first. Mm. So today's video can be found on z. We make sure to watch problem solving videos and we also have daily updates otherwise, back in the programme here. Now, this is we're gonna be the last video for the mini series or can call it quite a miniseries. It was quite a long serious but thank you guys for joining. I do appreciate it as well as, in my opinion, a bit more of a boring topic. But in future, we will be covering some more exciting things again. Now, um, previously we looked at setting your outline shape in that, and then also the worth and all of that of your actual, um, shapes is gonna be cut out to make headlines to the space. And once you're done with all of that, you want to come here to the output tab. So this will be the middle tab on your L G P feature. Then what I wanna do is set my speed. I'm gonna say this to 100 and then also I want to set the power if I'm using the minimum maximum. And if I'm using two lasers, wanna sit in both something to keep to keep in mind before we carry on with this is hopefully by now you've done some test cuts for your L G P. So maybe just making a rectangle with a few engravings and outline that he's going to cut through. So you know what's the right values? So you make sure your outline cuts right through the prospects and your engraving is deep enough, so it still looks good, but it doesn't go right through. Then once you've done those tests on something insignificant, and then you can always go here and set these values accordingly. So the first one we'll go out is the engrave. So we're gonna set this to the values you said If you engrave, I've obviously got some other options you can look at like scan precision backlash, delay on blowers on and so forth and so on can also rotate it. So we'll be setting this first. Then you want to set outline cutting, so this will be the cut through. You can say so Said these values according to what you said in your test. Maybe in my case, it will be about 50 50. Both And then, um yeah, so that is, uh then you'll be saying these ones and then if you wanted to do a raise a t at the bottom. But I'm gonna leave this just at one. You can always go create LG Pee after that. And then I would recommend before you play with these settings, we go to preview click preview, and then you can do your whole simulation like we've covered before, just to make sure everything is fine. Now, the next few settings, depending on the process you want to take. So if you're going to be cutting straight to your cutter, you want to obviously make your positions right. Then we go and want to set this to a Web address. And then what you wanna do is, um, you can just go start pause, continue or stop so you can cut your straight from your programme. Otherwise, what we can do is you can always with the address is set right, you download and this will upload it to your machine. So if you want to cut it straight from the machine, you can do it that way. Another way. We can do that as we go to the pipi, set it to USB, and then you go save you file and then this. You wanna head to the US be saved there, and then you manually uploaded to your machine. We are used to be So one is you can go straight from your programme. The other one. You want to do so download or the safe to make sure your porter set right, and then you can do it from your actual machine. Then, if you wanted to put a border, you can obviously do the ghost scale cut scale, which we will leave because we already have a nice border year end table on actual design. And then, um, yeah, the last thing we can look at normally is export L g P. So let's say you wanna actually from your programme and not the feature itself. Then we'll be using the expert L G p design and then lastly year, we've got the safe parameters. So if you're gonna be doing multiple projects with the same parameters, then I would say go safe parameters. You can just open it with that. But yeah, otherwise, that covers our little mini series. So once again, Thanks, guys, for joining. I appreciate it. If we had here to z. You guys will notice we've got a variety of different Softwares we do cover. You can also isolate your search on the top of right. If you do not, however, find the training videos you're looking forward. Just something a year requested training, video filling in any form. 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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