Designing Image-based Perforated Pattern

The next step after calculating the desired pattern type and the cluster pattern is to open the image we want to use into Image2Punch as illustrate below.

 
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An image (a digital reproduce of painting from Guido Reni) is open


Then, we go to the second phase in Image2Punch to generate the perforated pattern. In this case we would like to create the pattern onto 1200mm x 1200mm sheet size. We also select three types of round tool for the pattern: 2mm, 4mm and 6mm in diameter. We also specify the gap between the holes as 2.5mm. The Perforated pattern type is selected to be 60 degree angle. The reverse tool order is used. The input data calculation is neighboring pixels in order to give better calculation for the perforated pattern result. We also defined the data range classification by the order priority. Allt he parameter that we have set is illustrated below.

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Setting up perforated pattern parameter before generation

 
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The perforated pattern result generated by the setting above

The perforated pattern generated by this setting consists of 13150 single tool hits, where the 6mm diameter holes constitute 8116 single tool hits. To find more information regarding the perforated pattern, user can access it by clicking on statistic report and a typical report after the perforation is done is illustrated below.


 
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The perforated pattern report generated by the desired setting


 

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