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krisz
post Feb 2 2005, 01:07 AM
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I would love to see that you can save to older versions of SprutCAM because that can become a pain sometimes. Also it would be nice to have a better toolholder description, because the current one is a little bit complicated for some users. I got it figured out and i have an explonation sheet for it but it isnt really attractive for new users. smile.gif

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Sprut_UK
post Feb 2 2005, 05:50 PM
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Hi Krisz, I agree with you on both points.
A workaround for the toolholder problem that I use is to copy the definitions of toolholders into a simple text document (I use Notepad), and then when required, I open the text file, and use copy and paste to quickly add a toolholder definition for a new tool.

I only define a toolholder when I think there may be a possibilty of a toolholder collision in a strategy.

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krisz
post Feb 2 2005, 10:56 PM
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That's what i do as well but what i am going to do now is create a spreadsheet in Excell and specify my toolholders in there and just copy paste my numbers into SprutCAM

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