Created on: 14/07/2017
Minimizing cutting time on the Laser Machine. A lot of people wonder how to make the laser machine cut following a sequence and not jumping all over. If it cuts from one position then to another one furthest away and on and on one realizes that it ...
Created on: 01/08/2016
Connect your Laser Machine to your computer
Open your TruCUT software
Click on the File tab
On the options that come up click the TruCUT Machine Config option
Click on Axis CFG then ...
Load the Blue Utility Disk that came with the cutter and Open to View Folders
Connect your cutter with the Blue USB cable alone
Open Devices and Printers and scroll to Unspecified to see if t...
Cutting Speed Suggestion Table
TruCUT CO2 Laser Cutting Speed
CAN I CHANGE THE SIZE OF MY PART ON THE PLASMA CUTTER CONTROL?
To change the size of a part on the plasma cutter you use scaling. The proportion for scaling that is used is called ratio.
After loading the part press F3 to enter in the ...
What File Types Can Be Used In ArtCAM?
ArtCAM does not have a direct import or export function, it is possible to export or import elements into an Open or New Model session, like the import or export of Vectors like DXF or even a 3D Mode...
How to basically print from PhotoPRINT
After successful purchase of the PhotoPRINT Software and having activated it, the below steps should be followed:
Double click/open the PhotoPRINT application and the below screen...
ARRAY FUNCTION ON THE PLASMA CONTROL
After loading the part you want to cut you can use various options before proceeding to cut. You can manipulate a part to display or arrange it in a particular way.
Follow these steps.
What the difference between AC motor and DC motor?
An AC motor is an electric motor that is driven by an alternating current ( AC ).
A DC motor i...
- ← Back
- Viewing 1 - 10 of 34
- More →
Copyright © 2017 Bates Trust IT003077/2015(G). All rights reserved.
All materials contained on this website and all associate websites, including text, graphics, icons, still and moving images, sound recordings, musical compositions, audiovisual works and software, are the property of Bates Trust or its content suppliers or service providers and are protected by South African and international copyright laws. All trademarks, service marks, trade names, trade dress, product names and logos appearing on the site are the property of their respective owners, including Bates Trust.