Any one reasonably clued up on Valiani Settings etc.

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Any one reasonably clued up on Valiani Settings etc.

Post by Ed209 » Fri 09 Aug, 2019 2:04 pm

Just wonder if there is anyone on here that I can ask questions about my Mat Pro Ultra 150 BC

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Re: Any one reasonably clued up on Valiani Settings etc.

Post by Steve N » Fri 09 Aug, 2019 4:47 pm

what's the problem
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Post by Ed209 » Fri 09 Aug, 2019 5:07 pm

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Re: Any one reasonably clued up on Valiani Settings etc.

Post by Ed209 » Fri 09 Aug, 2019 5:10 pm

Grey EVO head over cut from Left hand clamp direction undercut from bottom clamp direction
Was on LT mode
Not sure what the difference is between the Linear modes


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Re: Any one reasonably clued up on Valiani Settings etc.

Post by Steve N » Sat 10 Aug, 2019 6:04 am

If you press F1, while your curser is over a buttom, then the help file will pop up with info for that section on page 120 (in title bar of Adobe Acrobat Reader) or page 113 on the page of the help file, you will fine the info regarding external cutting modes

Around mode: All the external cuts are made going around each individual mountboard. See fig.36
Linear: All the straight cuts in one direction are made in order to save time and is recommended for machines fitted with vacuum tables or where the board is securely clamped. See fig.37
‘L’ Mode: The external cuts are made as an L shape; this mode is faster than Around mode and is largely designed for machines not fitted with a vacuum table but that have a fold away clamping system.


The next 3 illustrations in the help file show the difference in the help file

You will have to go into the setting and re-calubrate the LT mode

I use the around Mode,
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Post by poliopete » Sun 11 Aug, 2019 6:37 am

Nice one Steve :D Succinct and practical advice as is the norm from you :clap: wouldn't expect any thing less. Although I don't have a clue as to what you are talking about I'm sure Paul will find it invaluable, just wish I had a cmc :(

I for one hope you will continue posting on the excellent forum after you retire. When is that by the way? how many months, days, hours, mins :giggle:

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