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[title] Playing with Settings in Easel
[* blue] Next, you have the option to create '''tabs'''. '''Tabs''' are used to secure your cut-out part to the material. After the file is complete, you will have to cut the tabs to free the part from the material. The blue arrows in the first image point out tabs in the file preview.
[* blue] In the '''Tab''' menu, shown in the blue box in the first image, you can set the number of tabs, their width , and their thickness to your liking.
[* blue] In the '''Tab''' menu, shown in the blue box in the first image, you can set the number of tabs, their width , and their thickness to your liking.
[* red] Next, select your '''Bit Size''' with the '''Bit Size''' menu, as indicated by the red box in the second image.
[* blue] In the Bit Size menu, you can select from commonly used bits, as indicated by the blue box in the second image.
[* violet] You may also enter the '''Bit Diameter''' manually by selecting '''Other '''and typing in the value, as indicated by the purple box in the second image.
[* black] To view your toolpath(s), select '''Show Toolpath''' as indicated by the red box in the third image. You'll see a graphical representation of the G-code for your toolpath in the preview window, as indicated by the yellow box in the third image. The toolpath describes the motion of the bit.