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[title] Basics part 2
[* black] After drawing your shape and setting the ''depth of cut ''to cutting through the bottom of the material, you will be provided with the option of tab creation. Tabs are used to hold the shape you are cutting out to the material in a minimal way. You will have to cut the part out when the G-Code is finished running.
[* black] In the '''Tab''' menu you can manage the number of Tabs, their width and their thickness to your liking
[* black] The next step is selecting your '''Bit Size '''by selecting the '''Bit Size''' menu, as indicated by the ''red box'' in the image.
[* black] In '''Bit Size '''menu you can select from commonly used bits, as indicated by the ''blue box'' in the image
[* black] You may also enter the '''Bit Diameter''' manually by selecting '''Other '''and typing in the value, as indicated by the ''purple box'' in the image
[* black] To view your Toolpath(s) select '''Show Toolpath''' as indicated by the ''red box'' in the image and you will see a representation of the Toolpath in the Preview window, as indicate by the ''yellow box'' in the image. Toolpath describes the motion of Bit, this is a graphical representation of G-Code

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