The usage of Lamination Pro

Discussion in 'Lamination PRO Support Forum' started by Barbadian, Dec 26, 2019.

  1. Barbadian

    Barbadian New Member

    Hi there. I am new to this site and am quite intrigued by the Lamination Pro software. I have a question for which I'm hoping you might be able to answer for me. I do quite a bit of wood work and am always looking for ways in which I might be able to take my products to another level. With that said, I have a couple projects at hand (cutting boards) and was wondering if the designs I create in Lamination Pro can be cut out in the segments and this design incorporated into my cutting boards? What I'm looking for is a way in which I can create a main seam down the middle of the cutting board with varied designs, and am hoping that the Lamination Pro will not only allow me to design the pattern, but also indicate the angle and size cuts of the wood which I will have to make in order to bring the design to life.
  2. mfisher

    mfisher Super Moderator Staff Member

    Welcome to the WTP forums. First I would recommend that you look through the Lamination Pro threads that can be found at:
    Title: Lamination PRO

    You may also be interested in some examples of what LP can do at
    Title: Lamination PRO Samples

    The attached file gives some tips on construction.
    In LP one thing to remember is the "repeating unit" should be as close as possible to the desired segment edge length. The "first cut width" is what is adjusted to come up with the repeating unit / SL

    The segment cut angle depends on the number of segments you are cutting to make a ring. The angle in LP is the cut angle to make the multi generation board into the design.

    Hope this helps.

    Attached Files:

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