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Copying level names from another model

Copy level names from another open model by selecting Copy Names from the Options menu on the Level dialog. To copy a level name: Ensure that you have two open models: the model with the level to be copied (source) and the model that the level will be copied to. …

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Level dialog delcam crispin

Use this dialog to name and display levels. The above example shows the pre-set level options in their default view settings. You can change these, but as the program can handle up to 1000 levels, it is recommended that you leave the pre-sets in place and create more levels when …

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View > Render

Select this option to render a model to create a photo-realistic image. Orientate and position your model as required. Select View > Render to display the Render dialog. Click Advanced to display the Advanced Render Settings dialog. Click Setup to display the Render Setup dialog. Click Render to render the …

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View > Mesh Representation

Use the options on this submenu to specify the display mode for triangles in a mesh. Use the following options to specify the way the mesh is displayed: No Edges displays the mesh as open edges only. Selecting this option is the same as clicking on the Views toolbar. Solid …

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View Edit dialog Shoemaker

This dialog lets you to edit how your model is displayed in the graphics window. Preset Layout – You can choose one of the following options from this drop-down menu: Top looks down on the Z-axis. Bottom looks up on the Z-axis. Left and Right look along the X-axis. Front …

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ShoeMaker menus

Use the following sections to find information on ShoeMaker menus: File Edit View Format Tools Macro Window Help File menu Use the File menu to access and manage the shoe files. It also lets you import and export files and exit the application. For further details see: New Open Close …

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Using a toolbar in shoemaker

Toolbars are areas of the screen that contain buttons. Click on buttons using the mouse to activate the functionality. In most cases, toolbar buttons provide shortcuts to options on the menus. When you start up ShoeMaker, the toolbar that is displayed at the top of modelling window is the Main …

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What is a menu in shoemaker?

Most functionality in ShoeMaker can be controlled from options on the main menu. These expand from the menu bar that is permanently displayed across the top of the window. In most cases, functionality that is available from the options on the main menu is also available from one of the …

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ShoeMaker screen layout

ShoeMaker uses a Windows-style interface with pull-down menus and toolbars. The areas of the screen are identified as follows: The exact toolbars that are displayed depends on the creation, modelling or editing option you have selected. In additio:

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