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I noticed that GW Editor defines G76 as: “G76: Fine boring canned cycle” for Mach 3 L...
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My g-code program is trying to access various subprograms.  What file do I put them in so it can ...
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I’m not sure how to add a subroutine or loops. In the GWizard Editor, the “O” c...
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Does G Wizard Editor include Path Pilot as one of its post processors?
  • Paul Fieret asked 2 years ago
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I understand how gwizard calculator works in relation to horsepower limiting with subscriptions b...
  • Nick Dubiel asked 2 years ago
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Hi there, I’m milling titanium using high helix endmills, is there a way to adjust this in ...
  • Dustin Cedarholm asked 2 years ago
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Can G-Wizard read in a dxf file and create g-code from it? Scot
  • Scott asked 2 years ago
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I have a mill with an Acramatic 900 control. If I want to rapid to X = 2.25 and Y = -1.75 I would...
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Can I jump to a specific line of g-code from the simulated toolpath?
  • suktan asked 2 years ago
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I have both registrations of GWizard calculator and Editor. However, I can’t see the calcul...
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Some of the Wizards are gray and you can’t access them.
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Is there a way to add custom M codes, so error checking knows what ot do with them?
  • Doug Turner asked 2 years ago
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i use gwizard and gwizardeditor.  I keep all config files on a server maped as s:.  how can i sto...
  • ron asked 2 years ago
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Hello, I have  an Okuma MB-4000H machine at work.  I am interested in the calculator and the edit...
  • Joel Rogers asked 2 years ago
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hi Recently i got a Mitsubishi Machine (EDM) that doesnt accept IJK, only R.. Is there a tutorial...
  • jorge sanchez asked 2 years ago
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Title pretty much says it all. I’d like to run the editor on a box running LinuxCNC 2.7. It...
  • Ned Young asked 2 years ago
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I’ve used editing programs that will go through and mirror one or more axes so that all the...
  • mark asked 2 years ago
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