I am getting set to purchase OneCNC software and have a few questions.
I would like to use it for 3d work, but am under the assumption that the SMT portion of the program breaks the code into very short straight increments. I have assumed this to be hard on machinery. What is the objective of this?
I noticed that there is possibly an update that will use actual lines and arcs which seems much better. I have some older machines, primarily a 1988 Matsuura MC760 with a Yasnac MX3 control and a 1996 SWI DPM S3 with the ProtoTrak AGE 3 control and am concerned about the controls/servos being able to handle it. Do I have cause for concern? Please educate me before I pull the pin on this software.
WMS or HUFLUNGDUNG are you out there?