[iAuto Tutorials]How to Achieve Automatic Bulk Writing Using Various Fonts with iAuto Pen Plotter

[iAuto Tutorials]How to Achieve Automatic Bulk Writing Using Various Fonts with iAuto Pen Plotter

Suppose I have 10 different fonts and need to write 10 or more greeting cards in batches. The content of each greeting card is the same, but the fonts are different. Is there a convenient and fast method? Today we will try to use UUNA TEK® iAuto Pen Plotter to quickly create greeting cards with the same content in different fonts.

Part 1 - Prepare different fonts

First you need to prepare different fonts. Our software comes with some fonts. If they are not enough, you can create them through our custom font software (website: http://www.kvenjoy.com/?locale=en#fontapp, which also supports mobile phones, tablets and computers).
For how to create custom fonts, you can refer to the following tutorial, the first part about how to custom your fonts>>>

Part 2 - Bulk writing settings

After preparing the font, we can use it to create our greeting card content.
Open the software, select the Table function and set the size of the canvas according to the size of the greeting card.

Bulk writing settings


Import the prepared text content into the canvas through the characters function:

Bulk writing settings


Click the cross cursor in the upper left corner to select all text, and then select a font to generate a greeting card in the first font:

Bulk writing settings


Tips: We can organize the layout of greeting cards through the following functions.
Font Size: Adjust the text size. If it is not big enough, you can enter any value to adjust the size.
Word spacing: Adjust the space between letters.
Line spacing: Adjust line spacing.
Word space: Adjust the space between words. Word gaps are randomly generated between maximum and minimum values to simulate the randomness of natural handwriting.
Left gap, Right gap: Adjust the size of the gap between the left and right boundaries and the words. Likewise, the intervals are randomly generated between the maximum and minimum values to simulate the randomness of natural handwriting.
In addition, it is recommended to leave 20mm of space around the text so that the writing robot can write normally (to prevent the paper-pressing wheels from not having enough space to press the paper).

Bulk writing settings


After setting the first font, let's set the second font.
Under the Page option, add a new page:

Bulk writing settings


Then copy the contents of the first page to the second page. Select the content on the first page and right-click to copy the content:

Bulk writing settings


Then switch to the second page and right-click to Paste:

Bulk writing settings


Similarly, select the text and then select another font. After typesetting, the font of the second greeting card is set:

Bulk writing settings


Using the same method, we can set 10 different fonts for 10 different greeting cards:

Bulk writing settings

Part 3 - Start batch production

Finally, it’s time to batch make greeting cards.
If this is your first time using the machine, please refer here to register and connect to iAuto Pen Plotter:
How to register and connect to UUNA TEK® iAuto Pen Plotter

After connecting the machine, click the All button to generate gcode files for all pages:

Start batch production


Then click write to automatically start making greeting cards:

Start batch production

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