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fabrication:cnc:badog:start [2013/07/05 12:37]
paul [Badog CNC]
fabrication:cnc:badog:start [2013/07/05 12:39] (Version actuelle)
paul [Description]
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 [[http://www.grzsoftware.com|MeshCAM V5]] will read the STL file and generate a series of tool paths for machining the object.  This can be one or two sided, and will even generate indexed files when we get the 4th axis on the Badog.  MeshCAM can read a variety of files including DXF/.DWG and can even turn bitmaps into a 3D model. [[http://www.grzsoftware.com|MeshCAM V5]] will read the STL file and generate a series of tool paths for machining the object.  This can be one or two sided, and will even generate indexed files when we get the 4th axis on the Badog.  MeshCAM can read a variety of files including DXF/.DWG and can even turn bitmaps into a 3D model.
  
-===> GENERATES G-Code, including comments to describe tool sizes and shapes+=> GENERATES G-Code, including comments to describe tool sizes and shapes
  
 At this point I generally run the output through [[http://www.cutviewer.com|Cutviewer]], a CNC simulator that allows you to see exactly what the G-Code does in what order, and let's you see what the result will look like.  This includes a single step debugger for hardware machining! At this point I generally run the output through [[http://www.cutviewer.com|Cutviewer]], a CNC simulator that allows you to see exactly what the G-Code does in what order, and let's you see what the result will look like.  This includes a single step debugger for hardware machining!
  
-===> Take G-Code and load it into Mach3+=> Take G-Code and load it into Mach3
  
 [[http://www.machsupport.com/software/mach3/|Mach3]] will take the G-Code and execute it.  At this point it's really important to ensure that your co-ordinates are aligned with the block of material you want to cut, otherwise you will, really accurately, cut in the wrong place. [[http://www.machsupport.com/software/mach3/|Mach3]] will take the G-Code and execute it.  At this point it's really important to ensure that your co-ordinates are aligned with the block of material you want to cut, otherwise you will, really accurately, cut in the wrong place.
fabrication/cnc/badog/start.txt · Dernière modification: 2013/07/05 12:39 par paul