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Mike M
post Jun 14 2013, 12:03 PM
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What I'm woundering is if it is possible to add a reset to stop "Run" when in process...
I do a lot of complex 3D files that can take an hour to procees...
I sometime change my mind while waiting for the process to run...
I'd like to be able to stop the "Run" without shutting down Sprutcam...
Is there a way to do this now or would this be a feature to add...
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Sprut_UK
post Jun 16 2013, 01:21 PM
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SprutCAM has always had this feature, although it's a little hidden until you know it's there. When calculating a cutterpath, you can left click the white cross with a red circular background that can be found in the lower left of the main SprutCAM window, just to the left of where it says "Toolpath calculation".

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Mike M
post Jun 17 2013, 09:35 PM
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QUOTE (Sprut_UK @ Jun 16 2013, 09:21 AM) *
SprutCAM has always had this feature, although it's a little hidden until you know it's there. When calculating a cutterpath, you can left click the white cross with a red circular background that can be found in the lower left of the main SprutCAM window, just to the left of where it says "Toolpath calculation".

Dave

Dave Thanks for the tip...I've using Sprutcam for about 2 years now and still learning...But that the thing about any software...
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