I want to place a thread M3 stud on the bottom plate to mount a PCB board on. I am confused about the option of "Place on reverse side". What does that mean if I put the check mark there? What does it mean if I uncheck the "Place on reverse side"?
Posted By: Vu on Nov 11, 2016 04:33PM Category: Front Panel Designer
By default studs/standoffs are placed on the front of panels. If you want them on the back side of the panel select 'place on reverse side' and that will be indicated in the software with a diagonal hatching appearance.
Posted By: Adrian on Nov 15, 2016 05:19PMReply
I'm using version 5.01 of the software. When creating a front panel if I chose the basic shape as being "Free shape from DXF file" then the option to use customer supplied material is greyed out and unselectable. How should I proceed if I want to provide material?
Posted By: Kris Meloy on Oct 22, 2016 02:07AM Category: Front Panel Designer
I can' find a solution how insert a triangle cavity.
There is a triangle option at the Insert Rectangular Hole, only (triangle at the trapezoid area).
But, it needs the same, as the Insert Rectangular Hole, into to Insert Cavity tool.
Additionally, I see that missing an oval tool for holes and cavity.
Posted By: Manolis on Oct 18, 2016 09:19PM Category: Front Panel Designer
The only way to do this is to use the insert free contour tool in the toolbar and import the .dxf of the triangle. Once you have it imported onto your panel select 'as cavity' in the properties window and input the depth you want it milled at.
Posted By: Adrian on Oct 20, 2016 07:07PMReply
I created a part in alibre, created a dxf file.
Now i would like to import this in frontpanel so it can be milled by the factory.
How must i do that, is there a step by step tutorial,. not a video
Posted By: Harry H. Arends on Oct 11, 2016 05:26PM Category: Front Panel Designer
Thank you for contacting Front Panel Express with your question.
Since you have a .dxf file you can import that into our designer. The way to do that is to save off your .dxf file as two files. The first .dxf file will be of just your panel (outside) shape and nothing else. The second .dxf file will be of just the cutouts on your and nothing else.
You will start your panel design by importing the first .dxf by selecting 'free shape from dxf file' when you click create new panel.
Once you have your panel open click on the 'insert free contour' tool in the toolbar and select to import the second .dxf file of the cutouts.
This will import the .dxf of your cutouts onto your panel as a group. You can know center the cutouts onto your panel by right-clicking and selecting align/distribute.
For others with the same question you can view this instructional video on how to do what I described above:
Posted By: Adrian on Oct 13, 2016 01:37AMReply
Hi, Could you please tell me the correct macro object for a D series neutrik connector punch out with countersunk M3 machine screws.
Posted By: Tom on Sep 23, 2016 06:12AM Category: Front Panel Designer
The fifth option (24, Drilling: M3x9.5, y:12) in our XLR-Connector drop down menu might work. You will have to mirror the two threaded holes and change them to M3 countersink holes if you need them in the upper right and lower left positions. You might want to check the tech sheet for the Neutrik connector to confirm.
Please don't hesitate to contact our customer service in case you need further assistance.
Attached File: XLR-connector.png
Posted By: Fabian on Sep 27, 2016 01:23AMReply
Can you show me screen shots as I cannot find the neutrik option.
How do I know when a reply is posted???
Posted By: Daniel Fock on Jan 24, 2017 08:20AMReply
Trying to install on an iPad running os10.01 which is the most current OS that will install. The iPad is brand new. When I download the file simply won't open. I've got an unzip program which supports any file including this one.
Posted By: Mark Detrixhe on Sep 20, 2016 10:21PM Category: Front Panel Designer
Our designer software can only be downloaded and used on these operating systems:
Mac OS X Intel
Linux (Debian/Ubuntu) 32bit
Linux (Debian/Ubuntu) 64bit
Linux (Fedora/openSUSE) 32bit
Linux (Fedora/openSUSE) 64bit
We do not have it available for use on the Ipad platform.
Posted By: Adrian on Sep 21, 2016 12:24AMReply
Thanks for the quick reply. I'll go grab a laptop!
Posted By: Mark Detrixhe on Sep 21, 2016 01:12AMReply
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