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Alex

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September 6, 2022 - 11:11 am
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From OptiCut, you have several configurations according table saw

-You can force First Cut direction

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-You can set the maximum cutting level to limit the rotation of the parts.

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-Or sort strips

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Attached is the same cutting plan as the one sent earlier, but with these options, manual sawing should be easier.

 

All the best, Alex

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Ahmed Naeem
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Hi
What we are trying to do is switch the opticut cutting method to a sliding table saw . We are using a sliding table saw to cut our plywood boards.

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Hi,

 

For the manual saw, we recommend using your OptiCut

software with PolyBoard, which allows you to obtain a cutting plan in a few minutes and labels. 

It perfectly manages the grain direction ( > Perfect grain), and stock.

 

Please find attache sample of your models “Kitchen” into QuickDesign libraries

adapt to the size of your company from 50 pieces to Unlimited pieces per Optimisation

50 for 2/3 cabinets, 200 for a project like this standard kitchen, 500 for grouping 2/3 projects (kitchen + dressing room), unlimited for series, and PROPP (unlimited ) for the compatible CNC saw.

 

All the best, Alex

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Hi how should we proceed to optimize the cutting panels if we were to cut the panels manually?

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