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Post Info TOPIC: Turn off Dynamic Compensation for common cuts..


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Turn off Dynamic Compensation for common cuts..

Hi All,

I am wondering if there is a way to select certain cut entities and toggle off the Dynamic Compensation. I am creating groups of parts within FlowDesign and FlowXpertSequencer. Basically all of the 'pathing' per se is done there. So, when I bring the part into FlowCut, the pathing is already done. What I want to do is to now select my common cuts and turn the Dynamic Compensation off for only these cuts. Is this possible?

I know I can manually path the whole thing and select to turn the compensation off on a per-line basis....but I'd have to unpath the whole thing to do this and would then have to manually repath the whole thing too....which would be a big waste of time considering it's all already pathed except for the compensation issue. Plus it's a 3d part which is more difficult to path in FlowCut if even possible....at least so far as I know. I've always used the Design/Sequencer for pathing the 3d parts.

Any help is greatly appreciated!!

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