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When I run Wizards in the lathe mode of Gwizard Editor, I get “That Wizard is not available...
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.Ud file extension..? I have a .ud file (plans for a Prusa 3D printer frame) I’m assuming t...
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Good Evening I am looking to select a post processor for my X-Carve unit running GRBL. Please adv...
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Hello, I am new to using the G-Wizard Calculator and am trying to set up my router table and cutt...
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Hi,   Congrats for your work. It has been very helpfull! I am wondering if your software is ...
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I’m curious about the result I get from GWizard, for an 1/4 inch 1 flute carbide flat endmi...
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Can G-wizard be run on a PC that is NOT hooked up to the internet?
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Hello, I am deeply struggling with very short bit life cutting melamine panels at my business.  F...
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what will be the cost of installing a height block in a vmc machine??
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Hi All, I want to cut a 50mm diameter cylinder out of a block of 6061 aluminium that is 40mm thic...
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So I have been doing a bit of modelling in Autodesk Inventor 2016 and using the incorporated CAM ...
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Bob …… I have searched your website and I may have just missed it, but I am looking a...
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I have both registrations of GWizard calculator and Editor. However, I can’t see the calcul...
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Hi, Please advise. What is the “Runs” feed rate provided by the cut optimizer mini-ca...
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Hello, I have  an Okuma MB-4000H machine at work.  I am interested in the calculator and the edit...
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Please help what cnc bits for wood should I use?. This will be my first cnc machine. I will mostl...
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Bob, I was looking at your website and noticed you had built a Industrial Hobbies Mill, using the...
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