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Ola svensson

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October 28, 2022 - 10:13 am
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Ok thanks that makes sense!

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October 28, 2022 - 8:51 am
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Ok ,

 

Got it! If i looking your screenshot

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Now I have restore your panel materials, and y can see you have grain direction

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For OptiCut Grain direction is on Height

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When you have grain direction, OptiCut not allow part rotation,

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and finaly if looking your cutting list your doors required OptiCut to cut 1164 mm Width in panel with only 630mm Width

 

Hope that’s helpful, Alex

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Ola svensson

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October 28, 2022 - 6:38 am
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Hi Alex,

Thanks for your answer.

Please see attached files, is this the correct files you need?

Thanks in advanced.

Cheers, Ola

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Hi,

 

Can you upload a screenshot of your optimisation setting and your opticut file?

To see if your trim cuts add to your blade thickness don’t accede panel length 

 

Cheers, Alex 

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Ola svensson

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Hi,

Please see attached pictures, we are unable to get this parts placed. The program tells us that the panels are to small, but the set panel size is way bigger than the required size.

What have we missed / done wrong?

Thanks in advanced!

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