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If you need to upload to the Cutwise data from ViBox, DiBox, old Dibox2.0 and HPO soft versions you can do it by copying files to the monitoring folder manually (or via drag-n-drop the files to the area of the Cutwise Agent interface). Main use cases for the integration are described in the sections below.

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Monitoring Folder

Choose a path to the folder where the Cutwise Agent will wait data that you want to upload to the Cutwise:

Please, do not use this folder as permanent storage for your stones images and videos and periodically clean folder, because the Cutwise Agent does not clean them by itself.

Drag-n-drop

Just drag-n-drop files that you need to upload to Cutwise in the following way:

Upload ViBox, DiBox, old Dibox2.0 soft (v5 or later) or manual upload new DiBox2.0 files

Files from all these Octonus Hardware have a metadata informations. You only need copying files to the monitoring folder manually (or drag-n-drop) and Cutwise Agent will automatically upload it to the Cutwise. 

Upload HPO .dmc and .asc files

After building obtaining .dmc (or .asc) 3d model on HP Oxygen (or another scanners) do the next steps for uploading it to the Cutwise:

  1. Rename the dmc (or .asc) file as <stone ID>.dmc (or <stone ID>.asc), where <stone ID> is the stone ID of the stone, you want to create on Cutwise
  2. Copy the renamed file to monitoring folder (or drag-n-drop files).

After these steps Cutwise Agent will automatically upload .dmc (or .asc) model to the Cutwise. 

Upload HPO i3d and html reports

After creating polished report in HPO do the next steps for uploading it to the Cutwise:

  1. Go to report folder. 
  2. Archive all report files in one zip file. 
  3. Rename this zip file as <stone ID>.zip, where <stone ID> is the stone ID of the stone, you want to create on Cutwise.
  4. Copy the renamed file to monitoring folder (or drag-n-drop zip file).

After these steps Cutwise Agent will automatically upload i3d (or html) report to the Cutwise. 

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