PYTHA Workshop - Exporting Grained Pieces for Nesting

PYTHA Workshop - Exporting Grained Pieces for Nesting

PYTHA Workshop allows for the easy export of grained items for correct orientation when nesting. To ensure that your grained items will be rotated correctly:
  1. Grain direction (Workshop > Processing > Directions > Grain Direction) to the grained edge
  1. Set the correct Workshop export rotation through Workshop > Settings > Workshop rules > Rotate rule
  2. Select the Grain or X axis rotate rule
  1. Export your parts through Export to CAM as normal
  2. Ensure that your CAM system rotation is deactivated (see EzyNest / EnRoute example below)
  1. Your parts will be correctly orientated in your nest

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