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The label is crooked on my model

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May 22, 2019 May 22, 2019

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I don't understand why the label I've applied on my model keeps turning out crooked and with a large gap.

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LEGEND , May 23, 2019 May 23, 2019
sarahe12753528  wroteI don't understand why the label I've applied on my model keeps turning out crooked and with a large gap.
its crooked because the model is crooked... you can adjust your angle with the top rotate tool but the gap is normal and just the way decal worksfor no gap you should change to a fill type insteadnote if the model doesn't have a true all round label you can use the pipe or half pipe default models that come with Dimension... there was some talk of adding better options f...

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sarahe12753528  wrote

I don't understand why the label I've applied on my model keeps turning out crooked and with a large gap.

its crooked because the model is crooked... you can adjust your angle with the top rotate tool but the gap is normal and just the way decal works

for no gap you should change to a fill type instead

note if the model doesn't have a true all round label you can use the pipe or half pipe default models that come with Dimension... there was some talk of adding better options for cutting up or custom making models but I am not in pre-release so not sure if the team ever got around to adding them in

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