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Flip ops

Postby tim lucas » Tue, Dec 23 2014, 10:07AM

Searching through the forum I found part of my answer as I should place my part label on the lower left of my part and then when I flip it the label will be on the lower right face down - with my machine set Y-axis =48 and X-axis =96 would I be standing at the Y-axis or X -axis to attach the label on the lower left?
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Re: Flip ops

Postby Nat Wheatley » Tue, Dec 23 2014, 3:49PM

Tim,

The help section on Link shows how the sheet is flipped (depends on what settings you've selected). To get to the help section click the blue 'button' over the 'Write to Shopbot' button on the main screen of the Link. I typed 'flip' into the search bar and the first choice is 'Flip Ops First' which explains how the sheet is flipped.
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Re: Flip ops

Postby tim lucas » Tue, Dec 23 2014, 6:03PM

Thank you!!
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