Inexpensive CAM software

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Craig
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Inexpensive CAM software

Post by Craig »

What options are out there for my 3 axis knee style milling machine?

I have AllIn1DC with CNC12 and Solid Edge CAD (can export in nearly any file type).

I was thinking of getting Fusion 360, are there any other suggestions? I assume they have a post that works with my Centroid equipment?

Links to where to get your suggestion is much appreciated
JasonPORC
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Re: Inexpensive CAM software

Post by JasonPORC »

Fusion 360 is cheap and very powerful. It’s my go to for most things. I also have a program just for cabinets. (Mozaik) I’ve also used V carve pro. It’s super simple to use and learn. Quite powerful for basic 2d work.
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