My shop currently uses Gibbs CAM for programing there mills, and for the most part I'm satisfied for what it does, Although there High Speed Milling seems like it's lacking, but they just ADDED an add on called "VoluMill" that should solve that problem if you don't mind buying options for your software, but whatever.
The real question I want to ask here if the OneCNC users are happy with there posting capabilities. It seems like every post we have require hand editing of the code to get to work right in the mill. Yes, you can call up Gibbs CAM get get the post fixed for a price (in my case it's only $200), but I don't want to spend $$$ on the sotfware just to have to spend more $$$ just the get the right code. After all, isn't that what CAM is for, to generate the RIGHT code without hand editing?
I was wondering if OneCNC users face similar problems. I guessing no because on the forums here the only type of questions are how much does OneCNC cost and a few programing thing unlike the Gibbs Forum where most of the question's is about posting issues (ex. "Does any have a post for ---- machine").
Thanks for you input.