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    G-code for beginners - want to learn G-code

    hi guys

    I'm interested in learning G-code , can anyone guide me to a site or any referrance material to learning G-code that can strongly recommend for beginners.

    if i have started another G-code thread ' how to use G-code " im sorry didnt mean to double up the thread as i have searched high and low in here


    cheers

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    I would try www.cncci.com. It is the Mike Lynch site - lots of info and links.



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    Software For Metalworking
    http://closetolerancesoftware.com


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    thank you guys

    cheers



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    G-Code Quick Guide

    You can get a free g-code quick guide here:
    http://www.cncinformation.com

    Ivan



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    Found another one thats pretty good

    http://www.linuxcnc.org/handbook/gcode/g-code.html



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    I'm not sure if we're setup for shipping to Australia, but here is a video training CD.
    http://www.tipsforcadcam.com/store/2.../TFM-CNCProgM1

    If your interested , and are having problems placing an order, let me know.

    Mike Mattera

    Tips For Manufacturing Training CD's, DVD's for Mastercam, SolidWorks, Inventor, G-Code Training & More
    http://www.tipsforcadcam.com


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