Grading is a function for reading grading data that includes different sizes of DXF.
The only base size is shown in the 3D view.
2D View > 2D Menu > Grading
UI Panel > Grading
Menu > File > Import > DXF
Put the DXF file and RUL(grading data) file on the same path.
Click File from the top menu bar.
Click Import and select the DXF file.
In the Import window, select the format, unit, and seam allowance that fits the DXF file.
Activate Import grading option and select the size you want to import.
(Base size is always imported)
Click OK to load the file.
The imported pattern will appear on the 2D screen.
Change Base Size
- To change the size shown in the 3D view, double-click the size name you want to show in the 3D view.
- The base size is changed, and the changed base size will be shown in 3D view.
This option decides whether to read grading data or not.
This option is for selecting the size to be imported.
Grading point option shows point property. If the point has grading data, the checkbox will be activated.
Relative to prior
Relative to prior option is a function for choosing the grading table view. Basically, the coordinate data shows the gap based on the Base size of the pattern. On the other hand, Relative to prior option is on, the coordinate data will be based on the prior size.
Item groups distinguish different DXF files each. If you import two DXF included grading data, two item groups will be created.
Size list shows the list of sizes that are included in grading data. The only base size is shown in the 3D view. To change the size shown in the 3D view, double-click the size name you want to show in the 3D view.
Coordinates show the gap between different sizes. x/y column shows the gap between the x/y-axis location each. dis shows the distance between the points in different sizes.
Point name is a factor in recognizing grading points. The grading points on the selected surfaces are shown in the 2D view in grading mode.
Grading table shows the coordinates data. Only the grading points on the selected surface are shown in the Grading table in grading mode.