QuickCAM PRO v1.13 released 7th Nov 2012

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QuickCAM PRO v1.13 released 7th Nov 2012

Post by Denford Admin » Wed 07 Nov , 2012 10:49 am

v1.13 Fix to default Z height when Billet bounds selected...it should have set the cutplane height for min Z, not the bottom of the billet. (error was introduced in v1.12)

check here to download the latest version:
http://website.denford.ltd.uk/index.php ... -downloads

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Re: Quickcam Pro - creating machine code.

Post by Graeme » Sun 28 Apr , 2013 18:40 pm

Hi, Sorry for what is probably a basic question, but could you kindly bullet point the stages required to transfer the code from a planned and saved bitmap image within quickcampro to vr milling program? I'm either expecting the imposible or missing the obviouse.

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Re: QuickCAM PRO v1.13 released 7th Nov 2012

Post by Denford Admin » Mon 29 Apr , 2013 8:50 am

This post has the Lithophane tutorial which can also be got from the Help menu in QuickCAM Pro
viewtopic.php?f=6&t=639

There are some more .pdf help files here (for different software but the machining advice will be the same):
viewtopic.php?f=6&t=2596

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