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TigerStop Settings
TigerStop Settings | Fabrication Tools for Revit
Before you begin make sure you've successfully installed TigerLink 6. If you have not already installed TigerLink 6 navigate to the page link below to follow instructions before you proceed to the next steps.
Once you have TigerLink 6 successfully installed, you can now begin to configure your TigerStop Settings in Fabrication Tools for Revit's TigerStop Settings.
TigerStop Settings Tool
Begin by setting up your profile settings. You want to browse to your Tigerlink 6 folder at the designated link in the dialogue to map your CutListsLinks.xml file to TigerStop Settings.
Once you've mapped your CutListsLinks.xml file in you can begin to assign what columns you're looking to export and map those columns to each associated Revit parameter. As you can see below we've assigned Assembly Name, Part #, Length, Size, and Quantity. The greyed out rows are all preconfigured and don't allow the user to manipulate any additional information.
TigerStop Settings Dialog Box
Check to see if the Create Profile was created successfully.
Once you've assigned your TigerStop Settings. You're now ready to "Export to TigerStop".
Select a series of spooled assemblies from your Assembly Manager.
Assembly Manager Selection(s)
Select "Export to TigerStop" to output a .csv file configured from your Fabrication Tools for Revit - TigerStop Settings.
Export to TigerStop
Make sure all TigerStop Settings parameters contain values and check your exported lists to make sure each item is accurate before you begin cutting on your TgerStop machine. This will ensure you're reducing your waste in your Fabrication Shop and maintaining safety as your number one priority.
Once you've "Export to TigerStop" you can now drag and drop your file to the TigerLink\Globa" folder.
  • TigerLink 6 must be running.
  • Check your profile to make sure it's configured correctly.
  • Export to TigerStop from Fabrication Tools for Revit - "Export to TigerStop"
  • Drag and drop exported .CSV to the the Desktop\TigerLink\Global folder.
  • The files are independently sorted and separated by size. Each size becomes a cut list for your use on the TigerStop.
  • Navigate to How to use TigerStop's Downloading Software: TigerLink 6 to see how to load the lists into your TigerStop saw.

Export to TigerStop by Assembly Selection

From any view in the model, select an assembly, and you will notice the Modify | Assemblies panel contains an option called "Export TigerStop".
Select Assembly from Assembly Manager and Export from Modify | Assemblies panel.
  1. 1.
    Select Assembly(s) from Assembly Manager
  2. 2.
    See visible selected Assembly(s) in model space
  3. 3.
    Select Export TigerStop to export the corresponding .csv values based on the store TigerStop Settings.
Export TigerStop
Note: You can select multiple assemblies in the Assembly Manager and the option will still be available to "Export TigerStop" under Modify | Assemblies.
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