When it comes to larger projects and jobs, having relevant and structured names is a must to keep the project manageable.
This is also a place where you will be setting up which tool size you would like to use on the project jobs.
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Mm. Hi, guys. In today's video, we're gonna be looking at some more in depth settings for the two paths. It's available, and this will be a miniseries on that today's video. We're gonna be looking at the names and top size, and then it's like from there. But before that quick intro first, mm, so today's video can be found on softwaretraining.co.za. We make sure needs to watch problem solving videos, and we also have daily updates. Otherwise, we're back in the programme here now, like I mentioned, it's gonna be a miniseries on the towpath settings where we'll be going into depth about every setting and how to adjust them and so forth. Now we've covered a lot of these things briefly in the overview of the different two poles. But now, like I said, we're gonna dig a bit deeper, and I'm just to have a better understanding of how to use them and where. Okay, so first of all, it is the name and tool size. Um, the name is very relevant or very important. If you have a lot of different layers you're working with and you want to keep it organised and understanding, so you don't have to manually go cheque. Which layer was for what? And two sides Also important, obviously. You know, depending on if you're drilling or engraving and so forth. So now I'm just gonna put a basic shape your quick so we just go open after things. So now I'm gonna leave all my canvas size and all that because we're just going into parts. So let's just select first one under two parts and you will see here on the top left. We've got name and to So now let's say this is, uh what do we choose? Your milling So good practise is to name it something like milling or contour milling to see you know which one is that? Layers. I'm gonna do that now. We just got here Contour milling? Yes. And then then you can also choose the tool sites. Now it does. If you've named it right, it will show you their the millimetre. If you're not sure, you can switch on your show. Uh, basically a diagram. So then, as we switch through these, you can see them change size. Now you can simply just say okay, and then we can see nicely now is gone to a milling, so we know which layer that is. So later on, if we have maybe five layers, there are more than we can easily navigate between them. Now, obviously, I've moved this. You can see it is really, uh it still wants to cut it out there. Uh, I'll just go regenerate now. Another place you can set your to do list or younger to last year. So if you go under your tool paths, you take that little screw that looks like that. And then, yeah, you can set up new tools if you want it. So if you have something, uh, individual you want to use or something unique, you can do it here. You can also remove tools. We did go into depth on how to do that. So I'm not gonna do that. So, yeah, that's just that is on your name and tool. Size waited. Set it. And every single one of these different two parts we'll have those two settings. So it's a universal one across all of them with someone you will notice only relevant to that two. But yeah, that is it. On the name and two sides, we had to head here to softwaretraining.co.za. You guys will notice we've got a variety of different Softwares you to cover. And you can also isolate your search on the top, right? If you do know, however, find the training videos you're looking for, just simply go. Yeah, request a training video, filling them any form. And then we'll do our best to try and make that for you. But otherwise thanks, guys, for watching and shoots.