Here are converted files in DXF...
I made them with my little utility (Link). You should give it a try!
Hope this helps.
I hope this is in the correct forum. I bought some stamping dies and received a disk with nc files for the two pieces I need to produce the parts needed for the dies. I am unsure if the files are for a water jet laser etc as they are in a formatt my machine cant interp. Is there someone here that could take a look at the files and just generate a couple of dxf files of the two parts so I can generate usable gcodes for my machine?
I changed the ext fron .nc to .txt to attach
Thanks for any help
Actually it should easy for you to get what you need from the above .txt files that you posted.
Just open the .txt file & delete the code thats not g-code.
Then open in www.ncplot.com , & edit the code by hand.
I'll second that, NCPlot is a great tool.
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Yes, NC-plot is a great tool for preview/backplot! But free version is really a basic release and lacks a lot of features: DXF export, in particular, which is needed for the job discussed here. Beyond that, even with last V2.02 I tried, DXF export didn't look really good (entities missing), that's why I developped simple software (but not that basic...) I told about a few posts above. I offer it free and it definately deserves a try...
...As resequence software I post a few months ago, does: It's much more complete than all softwares I found until now. I think it should be really useful for people who are mainly programming with hand and/or tweaking programs after CAM post-processing (Tiger/Fanuc/Num controllers).
thanks guys it was the ; at the end of each line my controller wasnt comfortable with