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Milling so far

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Milling so far

Post by Pyro on Sun Jul 24, 2016 8:47 am

So far I've got most of the formaker tools to work: 3D printing turned out to work, laser cutting even better. So the next tool I'm trying to get to work is the CNC mill. Unfortunately I've encoutered a few hickups... The worst being Heeks not actually wanting to create a tool path and crashing with a backplot.xml not found message.
Which is basically why I switched to Autocad Fusion, being a Free (If you're a Student or Teacher) All-In-One solution.

But here I'm stuck at the Post-Process Menu, because I have absolutely no idea on what presets to choose...

Did somebody got any of the software working? And if how? Wink

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Re: Milling so far

Post by John L on Tue Jul 26, 2016 5:53 am

i havent yet but im looking for free cad software to test with before i spend 100 bucks on software\

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Post by Pyro on Tue Jul 26, 2016 12:11 pm

Well it is Free, if you're a student Wink 
(OR pretend to be? there were no real checks on that mather)
Thing is, the provided "free" HeeksCad really is far from user friendly,  and as mentioned ic ould get it to work...

There are a quite a few free alternatives though. But most of them are "CAD-only" so they cant plot paths.

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Post by John L on Mon Aug 01, 2016 9:43 pm

Im looking into using a software called vcarve trying there free version right now just started tonight so I will keep u guys updated. I did use the control box and went slow and man the precision of this cnc is amazing

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Re: Milling so far

Post by Pyro on Wed Sep 14, 2016 11:55 am

But which Post Processor did you use?

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