Does anyone have a universal on/off symbol they can share? I'm referring to the symbol that looks like a semi-circle with the gap at the top and a short vertical line bisecting that gap. I imagine the symbol would be maintained as a macro, but if anyone has it in any form suitable for use with FPD I'd certainly be grateful.
Posted By: Scott Leventhal on Apr 14, 2017 10:55PM Category: Front Panel Designer
Do you need it for powder coat or not?
Posted By: Andrew Mills on May 01, 2017 04:26PMReply
Do you want it engraved? If so, send us the one you want to use and we will convert it into an HPGL for you. If you want it printed on your panel just import a high quality (.jpg, .bmp, or .pdf) and we will print it on your panel.
Posted By: Adrian on May 02, 2017 01:38AMReply
is there a feature where Standard rack sides cutouts sizing and dimension on the panel can be applied in your software ? ( Look at the uploaded file for more clarification.
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Posted By: Mohammed on Feb 14, 2017 05:52PM Category: Front Panel Designer
Unfortunately we do not offer standard rack cutouts per your attached image. You can however create a macro object using your cutouts and then be able to drag the macro onto your panels for future panel designs.
Posted By: Adrian on Feb 16, 2017 01:35AMReply
My current stage: 19" 2U panel,Aluminum Powder-Coated( Jet Black) with a number of holes.
The question is : do you make the holes first before coating the panel or is it the opposite? in other words do I have to make larger holes to account for the coatings?
Posted By: Mohammed on Feb 09, 2017 05:11PM Category: Production
You can choose to have your holes milled before or after powdercoating. Select 'mill after surface finishing' in the properties window if you want the holes milled after powdercoat (this option is going to be added for drill holes soon) so leave a note in the order and we will manually change them for you. The holes will show outlined in red in your design indicating milling after powdercoat. If you want them milled before powdercoat leave it unchecked. The powdercoat thickness is .1mm
Let us know if you have any other questions.
Posted By: Adrian on Feb 10, 2017 01:00AMReply
Can I get panels folded?
I am working on a project where I need some panels (8.5 x 11) folded in half at a 90 degree angle. I attached a picture of what I'm trying to do.
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Posted By: Mark Still on Feb 01, 2017 08:35PM Category: Production
We unfortunately do not offer bending services. We can help with machining and engraving of your panels but you will have to bend them on your end or find someone who can help you.
Posted By: Adrian on Feb 02, 2017 06:49PMReply
Hi, how do I place unicode characters in any FPD font? Something like 水石 shows up as ?? I've tried importing an hpgl object of the unicode but it clips out just that part of the hpgl while leaving the rest.
Posted By: Scott Rider on Jan 30, 2017 09:48AM Category: Front Panel Designer
Unicode for Chinese characters might be difficult to do so send us an email with your HPGL file to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will try and help you import it correctly.
Posted By: Adrian on Feb 02, 2017 06:46PMReply
Are other fonts available such as Chalet-Tokyo?
Posted By: Lawrence Repking on Jan 03, 2017 11:31PM Category: Front Panel Designer
The fonts we offer in our software are currently the only ones we have. If you want a specific font you will have to convert it into an HPGL (.plt) file. If you have any other questions or need help with conversion email us at email@example.com
Posted By: Adrian on Jan 06, 2017 10:35PMReply
Hi again Lawrence,
Another thing I should have mentioned is we added an option for digital printing of graphics on panels so if you can import a graphic file (ie, .jpg, .tiff, .bmp, .pdf) of your font we can print it on the panel for you instead of having it engraved.
Posted By: Adrian on Jan 06, 2017 10:53PMReply