Thread: Mach Turn
I have been looking for a while now for a cam solution that works well with mach turn.
I am looking to make small model tank barrels. I am new to the world of cnc as some have seen by prev posts so please forgive anything you see as stupid or tell me why it's stupid.
I have tried the lazy turn but can get no output to code not sure why but the mach forum appears to be down or it is for me.
Can anyone point me in the right direction ?
Ok this is a need an answer soon thing I just had a call from bobcam and got offered a very nice deal on a cam suite have looked at it and it appears nice to use anyone ever had trouble with it and has anyone used it with a cnc lathe? Guy calls me back at 3pm uk time please answer anyone.
Bobcam lathes does not work correctly, don't waste your money.John S -
Thanks for that I have had a few PM's to say the same as well
Fusion 360. That is all.
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