How to Save, Backup and Manage Parameters in EZCAD (2021) | Fiber Laser Tutorials

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Hey everyone!

This tutorial will teach you how to use the parameter function inside EZCAD2 to manage and store your settings for different materials. This will work for ANY installation of EZCAD regardless of what type of laser you’re using.

It’s been so long since I’ve posted a video and I apologize. I wanted to go hard with the YouTube channel and it just took every ounce of energy I had to get the shop through the pandemic. Here we are on the other side and I wanted to start with a really simple and straight forward video to just get SOMETHING out and let you know all I was still here. More to come soon! If you have any questions please feel free to leave me a comment below and I’ll get back to you as soon as I can!

0:00 – Intro – Overview
0:47 – Creating a Parameter
1:39 – Saving a Parameter
2:16 – Loading a Parameter
2:50 – Changing the Default Parameter
3:38 – Parameter File Location
4:23 – Backing Up Parameter Files
4:50 – Restoring Parameters from Backup
6:32 – Outro – Supporting the Channel

WARNING: Do your own research before purchasing your machine. I have done extensive research before making my purchases and spoken at length with the manufacturers before placing my order to be absolutely sure what I was getting could be imported, would work with my electrical setup and performed the tasks I wanted to perform.

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