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CNCWrapper a fast CNC G-code conversion program that can Wrap your 21/2D or 3D G-code programs for a 4th (rotary) axis unit on your CNC Router or Milling machine.
CNCWrapper supports Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7
This is a free upgrade for currently authorized users of V2. Due to changes in
the software, currently authorized users will need to apply for a new Unlock code.
New for version 3
Completely new syntax highlighting, now offers a lot more possibilities for customising the look of the GCode, it's super smooth.
Full colour printing has been added with print preview.
Drag and drop GCode editing added.
New convenient editing panel added to ease code changes.
Powerful find and replace added.
Feed rate and Spindle speed adjustment added.
GoTo next tool change added.
New look interface.
Plus other 'behind the scenes' improvements.
The program's well-designed and extremely user-friendly interface is quick and easy to operate and allows you to make as many changes as you need before running code on your machine.
CNCWrapper provides you with a single tool to convert code that may otherwise require expensive CAM software.
Simply create your G-code in the usual way with your favourite software then convert with CNCWrapper.
CNCWrapper can also generate Rounding Gcode to get your rough stock ready for final machining.
From Balusters to Column Lithophanes, Rotary Engraving to Shepherd Dials the possibilities are endless!
CNCWrapper is also a handy G-code editor with powerful features,
Fully customizable syntax color highlighting specifically designed for CNC G-code. Allows you to easily scan through code to Identify the code you want to see. Set up the colors just the way you want. Can be switched on or off as desired.
Calculation and display of Maximum and Minimum axis ranges, both before and after conversion. Useful, for instance, when you want to check how low the Z axis will go.
A simple user-friendly calculator is also included to help work out the required dimension needed for wrapping about a desired angle.
3D tool paths consist of very small straight line moves which can collectively define complex shapes. This means they lend themselves to this type of conversion.
Gcode (sometimes called G & M code) is a common machine control code used by many controllers for both the hobby and professional sectors. For example; Mach3, WinCNC, TurboCNC and Fanuc to name just a few.