I want to emphasize the importance of reading the first 3 chapters of the KNK Force User Manual:
The KNK Force doesn’t work like any other blade based cutter in the hobby world. Read the Introduction for details.
If you don’t follow the instructions, you’re not going to get good cuts AND you can break a blade.
If you don’t understand the new settings used in Z axis cutting, you won’t be able to troubleshoot cutting issues.
On Monday, I uploaded a new version. Below is a list of the major changes for those who have already gone through the initial January 11 publication. There are some other minor changes such as typo corrections and a few clarifications here and there. But if you’re just interested in knowing the “big changes”, here’s the list:
Introduction: Added a section before Important for those customers who have never owned a cutter
Section 2.01.1 Cutter Tabs – covers functions on each of the main pages/sections and where to find details in the UM
Section 2.02: More information in the Important box
Section 3.04: Added two new terms: Tool Mode and Layout Mode to better explain where images will cut
End of Chapter 3: More materials added to the suggested settings table. This will continue to change with future updates.
Section 4.01: Explained more about SVG files
Section 4.02: Entire section rewritten to cover Tool Mode and Layout Mode for various vector programs, as well as “things to do” before or during SVG export
Section 4.03: Explained how to find out which C3 version you’re using and what each version changed
Sections 5.03 – 5.07: Added information about using Force accessory tools
End of Chapter 5: Recommended settings for accessory tools. This will continue to change with future updates.
Section 7.08: Preliminary information on design changes to make for rotary tool use
Acknowledgements: Added to say thanks to the people who are contributing to the content of this user manual! 🙂
As always, if you run into problems you cannot resolve after reading pertinent sections, seek help! We enjoy making KNK owners successful! Also be sure to check out the various resources for the KNK Force. Right now, the Force Facebook Group is VERY active and a great place to join in on friendly discussions and sharing of ideas and solutions. Hope to see you there!