TruCUT RDWorks Process of Setting up a LGP (Part 31) LGP Design Videos Mini-Series

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When it comes to the process of making and setting up a LGP Design, there is an order to the process.

First up we will be looking at key things like the outline shapes, types and also the light points used.

This video is part of a Mini-Series.
Next video covers LGP Design – Process Video P2.
Previous video covered LGP Design – Save, Open Parameters.

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Video Transcript

How are you guys in today's video? We're gonna be looking at the process you take when you're creating l g B design. But before that, let's have a quick intro first. Okay? Mm. So today's video can be found on z. We make sure that easy to watch problem solving videos, and we also have daily updates. Otherwise, we're back in the programme here. Now, just a reminder. This is a miniseries on the RGB design, and I will leave relevant links and the descriptions you guys can follow along. Now, when it comes to the process video, this is pretty much I'm closing off this miniseries where we've looked at everything or all the different parameters within the future. Now we're gonna be looking at If you had to actually use it, what would be the process you'll be taking? So, what, you want to look at first and what last? Okay, now. So if we head into the actual happier on the left on a draw bar, first things we want to do is go to the system. So I'm gonna click system, and then we want to decide to what type of outline Do we want to create? We're working with the rectangle eclipse. Or do we have a custom one, perhaps at the client wants. So in my case, I'm gonna go custom. I'm gonna import it. Select the custom shape we've got. We've been working with this one a while. You can obviously select different shapes like stars or whatever you've got, because we're saying the outlines. I'm gonna use this then next up, you want to make sure your scales right. So if your actual design scale wasn't correct, then what you can do is just here. We said it. So I'm gonna sit right about 200. This won't be my actual Besides, for a project, but this is where you will be sending a scale. Click apply. Then we can see. Okay, we've got the design, but I've got a problem here with overlap. So to fix that, I'm gonna quickly enable our GDP blank. I'm gonna put a bit of a distance. I can, actually, if I want to leave it on the edge, I'm gonna make this maybe straight zeros if it works. Combined crossing, outline, click apply. Okay. It doesn't work, so I'm gonna go a small value. Maybe point one. There we go. Now we've got the crossing gone. Obviously make this as small as you need, but for this type of design, I want the crossing guard. Then next up, what we're gonna do is we're gonna go to the parameters tab on top here, So this will be the first. Now we can choose what type of type we want. So obviously we have our lines. Circle grid. I'm gonna open the lines for next. We've been working with the grid for a while. Then just click. Apply here just to see the change. So now I know. Okay, I've got my dot preview on which is good to know. And then what do I know? That might actually be the size of it? It's just the size. So then next up, after we've chosen the type, I want to choose a light source. So do we wanna 1 to 4? I'm gonna mind for just I know it while we lit from all directions. Then after that, you want to set up your road distance and column distance. This will be the spacing between these things and then next up. After that, you always set the whole length and that. So if you want these lines to be broader, but I'm kind of liking where it's almost, like dots, even though it's not dots. So, uh, after you've set your lighting, you want to set your distance and spacing, then obviously, you can make it uneven rows and columns if you want it just to catch a bit more light, perhaps, but I'm gonna leave mine off. I would normally, uh, skip the variable power just so that you know, I have no need to preview it now because I'm gonna know what I'm going for. But yeah, so that is, um, on our first steps on A This is what we'll be doing. We'll be going making sure we get our base outline. So those are my case. Be accustomed shape. And then if it's got outlines, cut out on the inside and make sure that overlaps and that is gone, then you go to parameters. We set the type to set my do line. Then you want to set the lighting type. Well, how many lights there is your spacing, and then you're with of your columns you can obviously do also the rounding and self. But yeah, that is it on that for now if we are to head here, Yes, close here for now to 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 forward. Just simply go here, requests a training video, fill in 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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