25 Dec '15, 12pm

‘LinuxCNC-Features’ is the Garage-Fab’s Missing CAM Tool https://t.co/wR5cWpiQ4Y

‘LinuxCNC-Features’ is the Garage-Fab’s Missing CAM Tool https://t.co/wR5cWpiQ4Y

It takes a long toolchain to take the garage-machinist-to-be through all the hoops needed to start cranking out parts. From the choice of CAD software to the CAM tools that turn 3D models into gcode, to the gcode interpretters that chew up this source code and spit out step and direction pulses to turn the cranks of a cnc mill, there’s a multitude of open-and-closed source tools to choose from and even an opportunity to develop some of our own. That’s exactly what [Nick] and the folks over on the cnc-club forums did; they’ve written their own CAM tool that enables the end user to design a procedure of cuts and toolpaths that can export to gcode compatible with LinuxCNC. Their tool, dubbed “LinuxCNC-features”, embeds a LinuxCNC-compatible graphical gcode programming interface directly into the LinuxCNC native user interface. Creating a part is a matter of defining a list of...

Full article: http://hackaday.com/2015/12/25/linuxcnc-features-is-the-g...

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