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    i was wondering if any body had any parametric formula for squares on a bolt hole circle ive included one of a 30rad on a 300 dia
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    Not sure what the question is? you have the parametric formula for a circle, surley you just need to add the g-code for a square at each interval no?

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    I there just joined this week.My first foray. Not shure what you require but probably this may help.
    G-WIZARD Fro

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    I there just joined this week Not sure what you need but try G-WIZARD from cnc.cookbook.com. Hope it helps. Yorkie. Ps dont botter about above ? keyboard jitters.
    Last edited by Yorkie; 25-04-2010 at 10:46 AM. Reason: screen froze

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    Two problems for me with G Wizard, one it's all imperial but the main one is you need to install some Adobe crap to get it to run.

    Why I don't know I have hundreds of programs on my machine and non require an Adobe installer, Adobe has got to be the biggest resource hog on any computer
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  6. Because its written in Adobe AIR which allows a cross-platform web applet written in Adobe tools (Flash/Shockwave/etc) run without the browser. Personally I agree with you, its just adding another layer of indirection... and its the wrong tool for the job....

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