Wood Designer forum
January 20, 2017
can you send you ON file?
else regarding this test
If you show the rotation of the labels
this means that you have to rotate the labels 90° counter-clockwise before sticking them.
180° half turn
270° 3/4 turn (or 1/4 turn clockwise)
You can download cabinet on my other post Part rotation to test
Hope that’s helpful,
Yes i did look at that one but i’m afraid i’m still not really understanding it.. I’m sure i’m having a slow day today, but if you’d be able to explain it a little more to me it would be great. If the part has been flipped 180º as in my example image then one side panel the front is on the right, and the other the front is on the left?
I don’t know how I can efficiently label the parts on the CNC bed without always double checking against the file in polyboard?
January 20, 2017
Hello. I need a little help with my settings in Optinest if possible?
We have been getting by with manual labeling of parts on smaller projects but need to set up the labels for larger projects with many similar pieces.
I looked at another topic on the subject but I can’t seem to make sense of how Opticut is deciding to flip parts and which way the stickers need to be placed etc. See attached image for a simple test cabinet, and it has flipped one of the sides 180º. In this example it’s clear which is the front and bottom that requires edging but on other parts it becomes quite difficult to decipher the labels.
It would be great to be able to clear this up so that we can start to use the labels feature!
– Side note, my printer is cutting off the edges on the right side so I think i also need to make some changes to the label margins to make it work with the labels we have. Don’t know how difficult that is to set up but again would be fantastic to have some guidance with it.