Re: How to get profiles,.dat file extentions to cut

#3
Thank you for the reply...but no you did not.
I am sure I am just missing something, but with any other file extension besides .jdc, CUT and CUT PREVIEW are grayed out as well as CYCLE OF CUT MANAGER.
The files I am talking about are the ones included with the program under the profile file.
This is the same way when I do a NEW PROFILE......
What an I missing?????
Thank you for the help.....

Re: How to get profiles,.dat file extentions to cut

#6
Hello,

To work with Jedicut, you'll have to use profile. To cut a wing click on File > New > Wing Cut. After that, you need two profiles. click on buttons allowing you to open profile, and it's done ! You can cut your wing ! If you check "Symetrical cut" on the "Wing Cut" windows, you need only one profile.

You can download profile on the web, but if you know coordinates, you can create a new profile by clicking on File > New > Profile. Afer saving your profile, open it in a new "Wing Cut" window.

Yes I have a new Jedicut version but it's not ready to be set online. There are some bug correction, and a new interface to configure your parallel port. I have many other ideas !! But I need time...
Jerome

Re: How to get profiles,.dat file extentions to cut

#7
O.K I'm with you so far...
Now more questions, LOL..
1: In the profile area,what is the ABOVE and BELOW for???

2:In the nprofile area,the X and Y area, are they to move the Aixis in millimeters??
What I am trying to do is make a simple routine to cut, say a 51mm(about 2 in.)thick block into 6mm sheets.
what I want it to do is go up 6.5 mm up (y) and 600 mm long(x),
up 6.5 mm(y), -600mm(x)
up 6.5 mm y, 600mm x
up 6.5 mm y, -600mm and so on to cut the block then go back to y 0,x 0.
how would this look in profile?? Everthing I have tried , looked funny(not what I wanted)
Thank you for you help.
I'll learn this yet.

Re: How to get profiles,.dat file extentions to cut

#8
Hi,

1 : In french we say "Extrado" and "Intrado". Try to enter profile coordinates, you will understand how Jedicut work. In "cycle of cut" configuration, Jedicut distinguish the two parts of the profile.

2 : When you enter coordinates, you can use the unit of your choice. It's not important.
You want to do a non usual cut :p To do that, create a profile with all that points coordinate in millimeters (to know all points, begin drawing your profile on a paper). After that create a new cut file with Jedicut, check "symetrical" option, open your profile, and in that case, you need to configure root size equal to 600mm.
Jerome

Re: How to get profiles,.dat file extentions to cut

#9
Thank you for the response.
Without Google language translater I'd be helpless here.
Correct me if I'm wrong...
Example of profile would be..
X 0,Y 0 (my starting point)
X 0, Y 6.5(to go up 6.5 mm)
X 1, Y 6.5(move 1 mm across, maintaining 6.5 mm up)
X 2, Y 6.5
X 3, Y 6.5 and so on and so on to go, and stay 6.5 mm up (y)and 600 mm across (x).
If I am not right please correct as I am trying to understand.
Speaking of which google and other would not translate " Extrado " and " Intrado", what exactly do they mean???
You wrote:
"2 : When you enter coordinates, you can use the uni of your choice."
Whats " UNI"
Thank you so much for the help.
At this rate I'm going to write a english help file :).
From half way across planet Earth...RC of the North...

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