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Newbie RIP and print question

Discussion in 'Flexi' started by Fleetint, Sep 5, 2019.

  1. Fleetint

    Fleetint New Member

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    Hey, wasn’t sure if this should be in newbie area or here. Just started with doing this and making vehicle graphics and using flexi19 Figuring it out slowly.

    My question, is there a way to add vertical and horizontal weed lines when you do RIP and print? I can do it if I just go straight to cut, but for the life of me can’t figure out how to do it the other way. Would be much nicer when I’m weeding larger projects.

    Thanks
     
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  2. bannertime

    bannertime Very Active Member

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    Not really.

    When doing a print/cut from Flexi you should get a window similar to this. Capture.JPG

    There may be an option to do the border cut, but nothing like the cut lines when doing regular plotter cutting.
     
  3. Fleetint

    Fleetint New Member

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    Right I have seen and have that selected, but when doing strictly cutting I can add in as many horizontal and vertical lines where i want to keep from all of the weeded material as one piece. Was just wondering if there was a way to do that from the print/cut menu. It isn't a big issue, I can just cut it off as I go.
     
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    bannertime Very Active Member

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    No
     
  5. eahicks

    eahicks Magna Cum Laude - School of Hard Knocks

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    Add the cut lines to your file before you send to RIP. Draw boxes around whatever you want and convert them to contour cuts.
     
  6. Fleetint

    Fleetint New Member

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    Oh I misread what you said there bannertime, got it.

    Had not thought to do that eahicks, I'll do that.

    Thanks
     
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