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Hi Hung,

The label number should match the part number on the print outs.

If you have printed the drawing of the part on the label it will help you orient the part and eventually the way you stick the label.

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Ness

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Dear Ness,

 I have next problem: after print label with piece number – so can not recognize direction of label and piece. 

please see this link: https://wooddesigner.org/forum…..-optinest/

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Hi Hung,
Sorry to answer so late, but I’m having some IT problems and can’t access the forum from my usual computer and browser.
I’m using another browser until we can get this fixed.
To answer your question, we suggest that you set up Optinest to print the part numbers on a workshop documents and the  labels to print the panel separater labels and the part numbers.
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The panel number labels printed on the sheet of label will make it easier to see which sheet each set of labels refer to. It’s then easy to look at the printing map and match the label number with the part number.

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Ness

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Dear,

 After optinest on panel , How can I know which panel on CNC table to paste the label. Please show me the rule of them: follow the column or line? and paste the label belong X axis or Y axis (it’s important for edgding). I don’t know the rule, i have just see on print preview and recognize which panel then paste the label name of panel base location on print peview. Take along time for me and someLabel-Rule.jpgImage Enlarger

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time not correct 

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