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Segmented Turning?Design your first segmented project in 5 minutes with the Segmented Project Planner
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Incline Angle, Volume)
Designers ( Diamonds, Open Segment, Vertical Spacers, ZigZags)
Design Tools (Describe-A-Shape, Design Assistant, Layer Tuner, Shape-A-Bowl, Sketch-A-Bowl)
Reports (Project, Cut List, Turned Away, Turning)
Template Printers (Rings, Segments, Angles)
Videos ( Program Usage, Construction)
Once you have your project shape, it's time to think about adornments/decorations; what we call the feature ring. And segment painting is a good way for you to see what your project will really look like when it's finished. What can you paint a segment with?
You can paint a segment with almost anything, specifically:
How do you paint a segment? It's really easy. Just pick what you want to paint with and right-click, with the mouse, on the segment you want to paint. Right-click on that same segment again, and the color/paint goes away. If you already have some segments painted in a project, a Left-click on a painted segment will retrieve its paint so you can use it to paint other segments. For people with 1-button mice, use Shift-click instead of Right-click. There are also shortcuts that allow you to paint a whole ring and other actions with just one click.
Still not convinced? Just give me a call at (805) 489-5309. I'll answer all your questions.
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