As far as I can tell, there are as many G-Code systems as there are
machine manufacturers. I think you will need something that's
I used to have a program that should have produced a G-Code dxf file for a
punch machine, from an ACAD drawing, but it did not match the G-Code
produced by the 'real' system! Do not have it anymore, I'm sorry to say.
firstname.lastname@example.org (bfairey) wrote:
Yes, I use one.
Woodcad from Umasoft/Belgium.
It is a post-processor, mostly used on woodworking machines, adaptable for
In combination with VBA for Autocad you have a very powerful tool.
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