[chbot] CNC software
chris at trash.co.nz
Tue Apr 26 11:42:09 BST 2016
I’ve been running Linux CNC on a mid sized machine for about 3 years now…
If the machine is parallel connected or has a soft-stepper that’s supported its’ a pretty good option for the machine control end of things..
I’m using quite expensive commercial software for the cam/simulation end though.. Vcarve pro if you’re curious..
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ya5qGdSXx-M <https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ya5qGdSXx-M> The machine + linuxCNC test cuts after the re-fit.
Cheers, Chris H.
> On 22/04/2016, at 11:20, Richard Barwick <crbarwick at clear.net.nz> wrote:
> Hi all,
> The unit has Techsoft CamCut labels on the cover.
> Techsoft was the NZ supplier, who supply the education market in NZ.
> They were not very helpful due to the age of the unit, and they switch you onto
> Techsoft U.K. for all software, and they also only seem to supply educational institutes.
> (As well as being horrendesly expensive)
> So am looking for any alternative.
> Cheers, Richard.
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