TruCUT RDWorks the Different Path Type Tools (Part 3) the Tool Draw Bar Mini-Series

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When it comes to Path Types, there are three different Path Types that you can use in TruCUT RDWorks.

Depending on your design needs you will notice that these Paths each have their own strengths depending on your requirements.

This video is part of a Mini-Series.
Next video covers The Shapes.
Previous video covered Edit Nodes.

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Video Transcript

Hi guys. In today's video, we're gonna be looking at the past located under your drawback. And this will be four truck that already works. But before that, let's have a go into the first. So today's video can be found on softwaretraining.co.za. Dots here today we make sort of an easy to watch problem solving videos, and we also have daily updates otherwise, back in the programme. Yeah. Now, just a quick reminder. The season miniseries based around the draw bar, which is this bar. Okay, on the left. And I will leave relevant links and descriptions. You guys actually follow a lot. So now when it comes to the actual, um, court, we have three on the left. You guys can see we can select from we've got the line collagen and the curve. Now, um, something to keep in mind. This is gonna be just overview. I'm not gonna go into much depth on how to actually use each individual one. We'll be looking at some basic features and, uh uh, kind of for now, leave the creativity up to you. So now the first one we've got here is the line tool. So there's simply just, um we just move these. This will create a single line from point A to B. So wherever you click with your left mouse button and then you can move it to another point and simply click, and then that will create a path for you. And if you wanna make another one, you just have to click it again, and then you select the new point you want to start at. And then I'm saying to keep in mind if you use this if you lose control, it will lock your horizontal and vertical directions. So if you wanted to have a very straight line, unfortunately does not do it in 45 degree angles. Like some other programmes. For those, you have to manually, um, do that. So that is the line to the collagen I'm gonna share by pronouncing that right. But any case that is basically a combination of the line tool, and you can say in some ways, the curve tool, but without the curves. So with this, we can simply left click and then, like before it makes a line from point A to B, and you keep controlling as well to constrain those angles. But if I had to to take Clicky, appoint Dina, we'll see I can actually carry on the path. So this is great if you want to make closed parts or unique shapes, unique lines, so we can, for instance, let's just show both. So let's say we grab something like that, then, Um, yeah, closed path. You'll go back to your beginning point. You'll see it makes it a little close icon, and then we've got a closed path. Or you can simply just create whatever unique shape you are looking at. And we can have some saw blade here. And then if you don't want to close it, you simply just click somewhere and you can press escape. Then it will leave. There's an art store open pop. Now, when it comes to the actual curve path, the big difference here is that you can actually click and drag while you're making points. They will add curve points for your notes, So if you do it like normal, like the apology tool, you can just click, click, and you can move it around here so it looks like it's exactly the same now. If I said to undo that now. But if I do like, click and then click and hold on another point, you can see it created co for us. You can obviously change this afterwards with your actual, um, edit note too. But this is a great way to at a combined curve to your paths. So, like the other ones, you can also close it again if you want it, or just keep an open path. Uh, yeah. Don't go out there. You guys can see we've got the moment. It is not a closed path because I clicked and dragged. So what you can do is get your edit tool, grab those two, and then we just combine the notes. Now it is an actual closed path, as you guys can see towards grab one point and just move it. Mm. Yeah. So that is it on the different types of curve to I mean, path tools we get. So if we had to head here to softwaretraining.co.za CN today, you guys will notice what a variety of different Softwares that cover so you can isolate. You're searching on top of right. If you do not however, find the video looking forward just to hear Request the training video. Then we'll make that video for you. But otherwise thanks guys for watching and cheers.

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