To run Litio 2.0, you first need to load it into your current drawing session. For this type the following in your CAD's command prompt:
Then, to run the program just type:
Note: The program needs to be loaded at every drawing session, in which you will use it. If you exit CAD program and enter again, or if you open an
existing drawing or you start a new drawing,
and you want to use the program, then you need to load it to the current drawing session.
For more information check Litio 2.0 user manual and the following:
The program is ideal for a company that makes hoppers or Ys of different sizes and measures. And its
price is very convenient. ... It is very easy to use: anyone with a notions of metalworking and CAD can handle it. ... I use it frequently
and It always does the job for me.
Jona - Switzerland
The following is a short introductory and basic tutorial video .
It explains how to install LITIO 2.0 in your computer and
how to load and run the program in your current AutoCAD/GStarCAD drawing session.
It provides an overview of the settings and configurations.
And it concludes with an example development: the parameters and entered and results are got:
3D representation, 2D development and its cutting contour.
Warning: In some operating systems, to run Litio2 your user needs to have
the permissions or privileges, to access, write or modify files in the folder where
Litio2 files are located (e.g., the SUPPORT folder).
Litio2 modifies the Litio2.cfg file when you make Litio2 configuration [settings] changes. (Litio2 may need to create/modify other
files in normal operation.)
To solve this problem, you need to be logged-in as an administrator, and/or, you need to get the necessary permissions or privileges: right click the folder, properties, security tab, give permissions. (If not, when making configuration [settings] changes, they will not have any effect, and LitioLAB 1.0 might crash).
AutoDESK app store users: If you used the installer downloaded from the AutoDESK app store, the location
of your LITIO2 files would be similar to the following one:
C:\ProgramData\Autodesk\ApplicationPlugins\LITIOsi LITIO2 - 3D Sheet metal unfolding soft.bundle\Contents\
(Please, note that this location could be slightly different, depending on your operating system and language settings;
this location may be hidden;
I recommend you perform
a search for the litio2.* files in your hard drive).