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    Hello all,

    I am after some feeds and speeds software for the user who knows very littleabout the CNC side of thing. Added to that I only get time every now and thento get on the machine sometime I have no time for months at a time. My mainambition is to do a build but it has been on the back burner.

    I am thinking the 3-year subscription of HSM works could be good but I wouldlike to hear from those who know about the software’s.

    All the best

    Steve


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    I've been searching the same thing, i have tried HSM Advisor and G-Wizard - both are good but I think i will subscribe to HSM as it seems to make more sense to me and also has a neat phone app;)

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    I've got HSM advisor, as I found it easier to use than G-Wizard at the time I was looking.
    However, I bought it a few years ago when they done a lifetime license for 3 computers deal.

    The FSWizard website is good enough for covering all the basics, provided you have internet access, so I wouldn't be in any rush to buy a license until you know that you'll make use of it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Davek0974 View Post
    I've been searching the same thing, i have tried HSM Advisor and G-Wizard - both are good but I think i will subscribe to HSM as it seems to make more sense to me and also has a neat phone app;)
    Thanks for your thoughts Dave appreciate your time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_c View Post
    I've got HSM advisor, as I found it easier to use than G-Wizard at the time I was looking.
    However, I bought it a few years ago when they done a lifetime license for 3 computers deal.

    The FSWizard website is good enough for covering all the basics, provided you have internet access, so I wouldn't be in any rush to buy a license until you know that you'll make use of it.
    Hi m_c

    Thanks for your msg. It seems I missed out on a good deal. Thank for yourconcern, I am not in a rush to buy either software! On a serious note I have a dilemmathat if I run on average on job a month I would be lucky at the minute, butthat said I am a little out of my depth without the figures!
    Thanks now Steve


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