The Cut Order feature provides control over the order in which shapes will be cut on your cutter.
When use correctly this feature can speed up your overall time it takes while cutting designs.
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are you guys in today's video? I'll cut. We'll be looking at the cut order undercut settings. But before that, let's have a quick intro. Yeah, so today's video can be found on softwaretraining.co.za gether. Today we have a variety of different Softwares. We do cover and we uploaded daily. So just keep an eye there for any new contact. Otherwise, back in the programme here, Just a reminder. This is a miniseries on the, um, but settings. So I'll leave links and descriptions to some previous videos and so forth to locate the cut settings will be clicking on the cutter. If you have a cutting machine set up there will go here then, um, under these settings, what we wanna do is we wanna go to cut order when we select that or bring us up this new cut holder pop up panel. Now, let's just look at a few of these options, so we'll start here by the order on the left. So what this will do is, um, where the colour will start, so start closest to origin. So where the origin is, where the colour is gonna start cutting from it will start by this triangle first. Then next up year we have start furthest from orange. And so what they will do, It works by the lips. So the furthest point of the origins now from the origin and we'll start cutting. Then we have, um, layer order back to front. So what that will do is you have that selected, then on your layers panel here, it will start cutting from the bottom layer to the top. So that will be the lip strangle star circle. So if you want to set up with that and likewise and we go layer or the front to back and we'll do the opposite go from the top to the bottom. So we'll just leave this to start close to origin and then next up here, we've got and keep compound path. So if you've got two shapes, it's like merged together or something. If you have this one selected or kind of view it as one shape instead of trying to cut them out individual, then we have in our path first. By default, we will leave this on. So what they will do, For instance, with these lips, it will always cut the child first, so the inner part, or cut this one and then it will cut the outer look. But for instance, let's say you did set this to start furthest from origin. That means it's going to start with the lips. Then you can always go change these ones around to cut a path first, then or first cut the outside inside, then move to star. But we live by default. You leave that on in a minimised roller movement. Now this is kind of like, um, as you see, it's got a threshold here as well. So the if the vinyl moves, I think we have a detailed vinyl, and the more it moves back and forth, the more likely you can get cut mess up, so it doesn't really line in that. So leaving this one also on by default is good. It's a good practise, and then the threshold is kind of How far can I go before it has to move, so it's but default is also a good option. Now, under that, we've got shapes, so if we select them, we can see them highlighting there on the mat. As you see the lips has got an inner shape and out of shape. So the blackest spots highlight. And now we put this in a bath first. No. Okay, now it's I'm not updating in the preview, but normally it does update in the preview. Then we've got the star. Now, keep in mind the colours of these things of these shapes. It's not related to their actual colour, as it is the latest properties colour. So if you double click your layer and you set its colour, um, then that's what it will show here. So as you can see her lips as red triangles, blue star orange But here the stars green. But the colour purple. So, yeah, it's purple because when we go to show preview, then it will preview what's been cut in green. So in general, stay away from that. Now, if you're cutting by colour like we've covered previously on top there, then you would want to set up each one's order hereby, jobs. You'll see a few from the list, and you can just select the next one, and you have to set them all up the way you like it, and then it will be ready for And then there are only part about these tools. We have this little preview option here so we can actually go under the dropdown menu, which is a speed. I'll put it slow for now. And then when we play, it will place the order in, which is gonna cut. So then, um well, she triangle circle and social inside of the lip outside of the look. And then let's stop so you can actually see the audience, which is gonna cut, which is quite handy. Then you can also say show moves. Now it's gonna show you a little green line where the cutter is. And after it's done, where does it move to see if we can play? See, it's moving to the triangle. Then from starting triangle, it's gonna move all the way to the circle inside of the lips, which is, if you want to really, um, have a nice good workflow, and this is a great tool to set your order. So you know you're not overworking the cutter or having a chance of messing up your designs because it's rolling forward and backwards too much. And when you're done with that, you can say okay. And then you finally get to cut. But yeah, that is it. On the court order, we had to final cut out Celia programmes freely available there. Just, um, never get to the downloads page. Otherwise, on the softwaretraining.co.za n like I mentioned, you find this video more like it. And we've got a variety of software to colour. And also isolate your search here will be for anything specific. And then if you don't find what you're looking for, this nice little feature, you request the training video and then we'll make that for you Otherwise, thanks, guys, for watching and cheers.