1. #1
    Hi, entering code by hand on my Denford Fanuc machines is a bit time consuming. I have downloaded trials of G-code wizard, Predator CNC editor and Cutviewer which I am going to have a look at But just wondered if anyone uses any of these or could recommend a good windows PC Based G-Code Editor with backplotting/simulation?

  2. #2
    i use nc corrector for a couple years and no problems until now. http://www.nc-corrector.inf.ua/index_EN.htm

    i not create the g-code there, i only edit. like change tools or simple edit. nothing complex.

  3. #3
    I use CAM that produces good code for my milling machine but I did find this interesting -


    - Nick

  4. #4
    Gsimple - Google it.

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  5. #5
    Thanks for the recommendations, nc corrector is pretty good so far

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