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There are quite a few new goodies in this release. The big news is the ability to download predefined CNC Controller (e.g. “Post” parameters) from the CNCCookbook servers. Hopefully this will simplify startup for new users:
You can choose from a list of pre-defined CNC Controller profiles to initialize G-Wizard Editor’s “Post”…
So far there are just Fanuc and Mach3 controls with variations to cover lathe, mill, and Inch or Metric units.
There’s also a new “Tortoise” and “Hare” feature inspired by the low and high speed range indicators on older Bridgeport milling machines:
Just click the buttons to speed up or slow down the g-code simulator’s playback speed…
More details are available on the G-Wizard Editor release notes page. If you haven’t tried GWE, give it a play. It’s still in early to mid-Beta test, but coming along steadily. The best part is it’s free in Beta test!