Today's tutorial is about using the Material Test Array function in XCS. This efficient feature enables you to generate an automatic test array for your design patterns (available for both bitmap & vector files). This way, you can improve your material testing efficiency and have a more intuitive understanding of the effects of different parameters on your final product.
To begin, make sure your machine is connected before running the material test array. This is important to validate the results for your specific device.
Create an element or import a design file (Both vector and bitmap files are supported for testing).
Set the processing type and all the related parameters. (Note: These settings will become the default value of the material test array.)
Once you've selected the element, navigate to the top bar and click "Array," then select "Material Test Array".
Next, you will see a pop-up setting panel. While the current table carries default values, feel free to change them according to your project's needs. At present, we only support variable testing of "power and speed," and other processing parameters are the values you set in the previous step.
Please be aware that if there are too few elements, the coordinate number or title might overlap. To resolve this issue, simply adjust the size or change the title.
When setting parameters, referring to the recommended parameters for your machine and specific material is important. If the parameters are extremely high or low, you may cause fire when processing. Also, Please watch the machine when processing.