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John Alexander Stewart ivatt260 at gmail.com
Thu Sep 26 09:34:36 PDT 2013


Lots of experience.


is one of the things I do for fun, believe it or not.

There are cutter simulators, but you do need access to a (specific)
machine's tool table to determine the geometry of the tooling.

It's easier to just export the model before converting to GCODE.

I keep asking my (professional) machinist friends if they'd want to see
material as trimmed by GCODE, and usually, the answer is "no, if you see
the results of a cut simulation (the output), you don't understand the

John A. Stewart
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