Re: [SherlineCNC] Re: Some Questions - Software Related
- In a message dated 12/10/2003 4:22:12 PM Mountain Standard Time, penitent75@... writes:
On AutoEditDid you download the turorial?? Thye simulate process only works in the editing window, see page 4 of the tutorial.bill
- Thanks for picking up the link on this for me Geert. I apologize for putting out a post and not getting back to my email in time to deal with the replies.Mark----- Original Message -----From: Alan Marconett KM6VVSent: Tuesday, December 09, 2003 2:29 PMSubject: Re: [SherlineCNC] Some Questions - Software RelatedThanks Geert,
Geert De Pecker wrote:
> Alan Marconett KM6VV wrote:
> > Hi Mark,
> > Thanks for the post. Do you have a URL for "Outline Art"? Google gave
> > about 12 pages, I didn't spot it.
> > Alan KM6VV
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To begin with, thanks for all the suggestions. I've downloaded
DeskEngrave, the MicroTech CNC simulator, AceConverter, and CutViewer Mill.
I haven't gotten anything that I've done in Deskengrave to look right in
any of the CNC simulators. I don't see any help file for it, so
I did get AutoEdit to simulate my sine wave cut by inserting my code into
their template, and adding an instruction to get the mill to cut below zero.
I like the looks of CutViewer, but since it's a $400 program, it's kind of
near the bottom of the priority list. Microtech CNC is a little odd,
wanting you to go back every so often for "petrol", but the demo that comes
with it sure is impressive.
All for now,