Hey guys, basic question here. This has been answered several times but there is an aspect of the material template that eludes me that I hope you can solve for me. I was going through some old posts and came across this one:
In the image the bottom left quadrant has the saying “Here be Fire”. This lead me to start asking how the templates were actually created. I can easily set up a grid that goes from 10 to 100% by 10’s for both speed and power, but once you start the “program” to cut out that grid, how would you stop it so that it doesn’t start a fire?
Is each square done separately and you have to do something like click “OK” to continue on to the next square? Is there a way to stop a cut in the middle, change what you want to have cut and then continue?
Sorry if this has been answered before, but my search terms didn’t bring back how to “delicately” create a template to avoid setting things on fire, or melt, or cause other unwanted results. At some point with each material I expect there is at least one (most likely more) setting that you really don’t want to have executed because the results are not desirable.