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    Mostafa Ramadan is offline Junior Member
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    My dear forum members,

    I would like to ask about the best G Code editor that i can use. As its only my second week writing G Codes, I wanna a program with some powerful features like autocorrection, drawing the final shape of the code, simlation, etc.

    I am longing forward to hear from you....

    Thanks

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    You can sample CIMCO Edit 5 at www.cimcosoftware.com free for 30 days.

    Have you ever heard of a Abdul Mostafa? In the 1980s he was an Air Force pilot and his father was president of Cairo University.

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    Dan Fritz is offline Cast Iron
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    You can also try our PC-DNC Editor for 30 days free. Here's the link to the InstallShield file:

    http://www.sub-soft.com/download/Edi...itor_3.5.3.exe

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    Mostafa Ramadan is offline Junior Member
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    Thanks guy for your kind help
    i have never heared about the guy, i am a student at the german university in cairo
    Wh at about u ?? R u a student at the MIT ??

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    Mostafa:

    Do try Dan's software as well.

    I am from Ann Arbor, Michigan the home of the University of Michigan. A graduate many years ago.

    In the early 1980s Abdul was in graduate school at the U of M and had an indenpendent class project where he chose the subject. His choice was to analyze a techinque to create a combination airplane that could switch between fixed wing and helicopter mode.

    This was in the early days of the IBM PC and Microsoft's very buggy Fortran. I helped him solve the problems of running his program and working around the Microsoft bugs. I have not heard from Abdul in 20 some years.

    Could be his last name was spelled Mustafa.

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    PaulT is offline Stainless
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    I like NCplot from http://www.ncplot.com/

    Paul T.

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    Mostafa Ramadan is offline Junior Member
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    thanks guys

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    bezblu is offline Plastic
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    Default tkCNC Editor

    You can also try tkCNC Editor - tkCNC Editor Overview
    Write and simulate code.

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    Chuck_Jaws is offline Aluminum
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    I use cimco edit. It does verify code. If you purchase it I believe it was right around 500 usd.

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    CIMCO Edit 6 its pretty slick

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