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How is bridging applied to an unknifed diecut linetype?


An unknifed diecut is a manufacturing linetype intended to create slots in the dieboard. Bridging does not apply as it would for rule type, for e.g. a cut line.

An unknifed diecut can be converted to a rule type, like a cut:

But not the bridges of the original cut line appear to remain. These are in fact converted to tack bridges which are used to hold dieboard pieces to the wood rather than letting them fall out.

These tack bridges can either be left in place:

Or removed by setting the Bridge position type to No bridges:

Tack bridges are not considered in the Bridges view. The ArtiosCAD development team will consider improving this in the future.

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