Work on version 2.0 has started!
Printing labels in the workshop can greatly reduce errors in handling. But what should be printed on the labels? What if you want to customize the label for a certain type of material?
Our label editor will let you select from a list of fields from the the Parts List including tags, filename, date, ... and place them on a freely customizable label with adjustable fontsize and colors. You will not be limited to preconfigured label dimensions, but the editor lets you configure any label sheet that can be purchased from your local supply shop.
To calibrate your labels, we have included cut marks, so you can print a test page to check the dimensions.
If you need different labels for different tasks, just grab one from your configuration and use it. Printing labels is not limited to material for which we generate cutting diagrams. Labels can also be printed for parts of type Solid Wood, directly from the Parts List.
Check out the screenshots!
Let's get back to work!
The OpenCutList Team
Pour l'imprimante, veuillez regarder ici, par exemple. Et pour les étiquettes, veuillez regarder ici, par exemple. Et comme je disais: merci pour tout!
Cant wait to work with all the possibilities of the labels.
Do you need any help to translate anything into German language?
Let me know.
( off topic)
If you want, I sure would appreciate help with the german of one of my SketchUp extension: called Sketch-Int.
Mainly to check if what is done is right.
@Seth_Rogers, Sorry, but we can't give you a release date at this time. There is still a lot of work to do on this release.