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What Revision Am I Running of G-Wizard?


I am attempting to run wizards in lathe mode such as OD or Facing turning.  When I click on “insert Gcode” it indicates that that wizard is not implemented yet.  However, I have seen articles that imply they were implemented.  I thought maybe my version was out dated, but I find no place where revision numbers are indicated or to check for updates.  If  I remember correctly, updates happen automatically.

Any idea what I am doing incorrectly?

  • Terry McCafferty asked 2 years ago
  • last edited 2 years ago
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Hi Terry.  Your version number is always displayed in the top right corner of the G-Wizard window, unless there is a newer version to be had.

Normally, that’s the best place to check for updates.  However, if you want to download the latest version for any reason, click the “Help” button at the top of most CNCCookbook web pages (not the software itself), and you’ll find download links at the top of the Help page.

For a change log that tells you what is new in each version, go to the same Help Page and click the “Getting Started” link for your app.  You’ll find a change log link in the lefthand navigation column.

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