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1000 parts

Postby Alex Bowler » Sun, Jul 29 2012, 7:32PM

Hi is there any way to nest more the 1000 parts in one nest.

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Re: 1000 parts

Postby Simon Randall » Sun, Jul 29 2012, 8:02PM

In what way e.g on 1 sheet or in 1 job?
and what sort of sizes are the parts?

per job you should be able to as that is only like 14 base cabinets and 14 tall wall cabinets and 1 or 2 tall housing's (oven and or appliance) with about 35 part's each cabinets.
So a big kitchen would soon take that QTY up with no problems at all.

and as to sheet as long as the parts are small then it should but when you take in to account the cutter size they would have to be very very small part's.

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Re: 1000 parts

Postby Brad McIntosh » Sun, Jul 29 2012, 9:33PM

There may be a maximum number of parts in a single job. You might be best to break things up and do a smaller quantity and then just run the job a couple of times.
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Re: 1000 parts

Postby Rick Deskins » Mon, Jul 30 2012, 8:22AM

I believe the exact restriction is 999 parts per Material.
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