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Merging style-line curves

Controlling the merging of style-lines The merging of the curves is controlled by variables that are stored in the powershape.confile. By changing the values assigned to the following variables, you can control the way the curves are merged: detect_curve_dist: 2.5 This variable defines the distance on either side of a …

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Align User-defined Flattening Outlines dialog

Use this dialog to position the composite curve when using User-defined flattening. Select the From point on the last Select the To point on the last. Select one of the following options: Move Rotate Scale Use the available Length, Height and Width sliders, to adjust the position and size of …

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Alignment of the last

Use the fourth page of the Last Identification Wizard to adjust the alignment of the last. The original alignment of the last is displayed as wireframe. Entering new values or using the sliders to make adjustments, modifies the model. Use the slider to Swivel the last across its length, as …

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Variants with delcam crispin

A variant of a shoe keeps details of the appearance of a shoe, for example : material. colour. It is possible to create variants of a shoe design by changing the outer material and other attributes. Add variants to the variant library associated with the model. The variant library for …

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Views mode setup in delcam

Use the Viewsdialog to control the default view details. Perspective View Angle – This affects how perspective views appear. A value of zero degrees puts the vanishing point at an infinite distance, creating an orthographic view. Wider angles create a feeling of depth and distance, with really wide angles distorting …

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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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