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Making Duplicates with the Matrix Copy Tool Within TruCUT RDWorks (Part 10)

The Matrix Copy is not a copy of the popular The Matrix Movies, but instead a way of coping objects. This tool is very similar to Duplicate features in many other programs. It is rather simple to understand and easy to use. This…
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The Draw Bars Delete, Mirror and Center Tools in TruCUT RDWorks (Part 9)

These four tools that comes with the program is great to speed up those basic actions. You are able to access some of these features with hotkeys, but it is great to have them all in one universal location. This video is part…
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The Draw Bars LGP Tools Location Within the TruCUT RDWorks Software (Part 8)

The Light Guide Plate (LGP) Tool, or also known as the Line of Light into a uniform luminous surface. The technology or method used is commonly found in the way laptop computer monitors work, which converts the light source from the…
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The Capture Tool Located on the Draw Bar Within the TruCUT RDWorks (Part 7)

Using the Capture tool is a great way of saving time when it comes to images that are scanned. This tool will allow you to scan images straight into your software without having to go through another scanning program first. This…
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Looking at the Draw Point Tool that comes with the TruCUT RDWorks (Part 6)

The Draw Point Tool is the tool to use when you looking at setting up a unique starting point for the Laser. This video is part of a Mini-Series that gives an overview of the Draw Bar and its features and tools. Next video covers…
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Overview of the Draw Text Tool Within the TruCUT RDWorks Software (Part 5)

When it comes to the Text tool that ships with TruCUT RDWorks, it is similar to other programs to some degree. You should notice that there are a few features and options that is not that common as in most other programs. This…
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The Shapes that are located on the Draw Bar Within TruCUT RDWorks (Part 4)

When it comes to the Shapes that are available within TruCUT RDWorks, there is the two most popular Shapes. Like with most Vector type programs, you will use the base shapes as a starting point for most of your designs. This video…
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Different Path Type Tools Within the Draw Bar in TruCUT RDWorks (Part 3)

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…
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The Node Edit Tools Located on the Draw Bar Within TruCUT RDWorks (Part 2)

If you would like custom type shapes and objects, then the Edit Node tool will be the tool for you. When you would like to make any changes to the nodes, paths or shapes then you will have to use the Edit Node Tool. This video…
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Looking at the Select Tool Within the Draw Bar in TruCUT RDWorks (Part 1)

When it comes to popularity and most used tools, the Select Tools wins that area hands down. In order to make most changes, location, rotation, scale, or even adding effects and so forth, you first need something selected in order to…
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Covering the Draw Bar in TruCUT RDWorks Software (Mini-Series) Video Index

This is an index covering a mini-series of videos about the Draw Bar and its tools and features.Index Below. When it comes to the Draw Bar, this bar has most of your more popular and commonly used tools located on it for quick access. PART…
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Where One Finds and Locate the Draw Bar Within the TruCUT RDWorks (Part 7)

The Draw Bar in TruCUT RDWorks can also be refer to as the Main Tool Bar, similar as to most other design type programs. Within the Draw Bar you will find many tools that are in their own sub categories, all relevant to their design…