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How to Import Custom Material Settings into Silhouette Studio

If you add custom material settings to Silhouette Studio you should export them as a back up from time to time.

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This way you can re-import the custom material settings if you lose them in a a software update or computer crash.  This quick Silhouette Studio Tutorial will show you exactly how to import Custom Material Settings.

When you export Silhouette Studio cut settings the information is dumped into a CSV spreadsheet.

That same CSV can be imported back into Silhouette Studio.  To import custom cut settings go to the Send panel. 

Click the More button.

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Right click any material and select "Import Materials."

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Navigate to the CSV file (previously exported from Silhouette Studio) to import a set of new cut settings.

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There are a few reasons you may need or want to import custom material files into Silhouette Studio. This is extremely helpful if you need to put Silhouette Studio on a new computer or if you lost some of your custom settings for some reason.


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