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    Overlap Error

    I had an over lap error message but could not find any over lap. I looked in wire frame and it looked good. Loaded it again and got the same error. Decided to run it any way and it engraved and cut fine. Normally when I got that error in the past the job would not start. So I'm wondering if its a glitz in the software or something. Any Ideas?
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    Not sure if 'overlap' refers to 'slop' error, where the machine is expected to move beyond the machine's boundaries, or a 'graphic' overlap error. Graphic overlaps usually refer to intersections where lines cross other lines.

    Usually the machine won't start with slop overlap, but it'll run a graphic overlap- a graphic warnng is to be aware of goofy fills in colored graphics or unwanted holes in vector cuts..
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    I'm pretty sure it was a graphic overlap as it was a small design and it ran the perimeter check OK. So you say it will run even if there is over lap OK Thanks Kev.
    Quote Originally Posted by Kev Williams View Post
    Not sure if 'overlap' refers to 'slop' error, where the machine is expected to move beyond the machine's boundaries, or a 'graphic' overlap error. Graphic overlaps usually refer to intersections where lines cross other lines.

    Usually the machine won't start with slop overlap, but it'll run a graphic overlap- a graphic warnng is to be aware of goofy fills in colored graphics or unwanted holes in vector cuts..
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    Rabbit RL_XX_6040-60 watt Laser engraving/cutting machine
    Lasercut 5.3
    CorelDraw X5

    10" Miter Saw with slide
    10" Table Saw
    8" bench mount 5 speed Drill Press
    Dremel, 3x21 Belt Sander


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