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74 74  
75 75  (% style="margin:0cm 0cm 10pt" %)
76 76  The same setting as the Grid longitudinal value but in the transverse direction.
77 +\\These modifiers can modify the bars to meet minimum production requirements after they have been cut.
77 77  
79 +(% style="margin:0cm 0cm 10pt" %)
80 +[[image:1549437914658-222.png||height="260" width="699"]]
78 78  
82 +(% style="margin:0cm 0cm 10pt" %)
83 +//Figure 8: Production modifiers//
79 79  
85 +**A:** this is for the transverse direction means that the bar is allowed to extend longer than it’s allowed because of a CIM or a hole to meet the criteria needed to produce the mesh in the machine.
86 +[[image:1549439025247-696.png||height="237" width="245"]]
87 +
88 +This will later on be cut manually in production. This means bars that is longer than “Remove bars shorter than” and Min transversal bar.
89 +[[image:1549439063389-109.png||height="128" width="453"]]
90 +
91 +**B:** the distance
92 +**C:** The same as A above but in the longitudinal direction
93 +**D:** The same as B above but in the longitudinal direction
94 +**E:** If two bars are overlapping each other in the transversal direction they will be combined to one bar
95 +**F:** Same as E above but for longitudinal bars
96 +
97 +
80 80  == How to do it ==
81 81  
82 82  The movie below describes with an example how to get the extra bars into the welded mesh for FormSlabs.
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