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    Default EdingCNC vs Kflop, any advice?

    Hi there, I am a maker from Singapore. I am currently looking at either Kflop or EdingCNC to control my machine. Currently it is just a basic 3 axis vertical mill, and I might go for more axis. I am planning to add additive manufacturing capacity into my machine and would like to hear about current user's opinion. I would like to know if I can use Lattepanda Singale Board Computer to run this 2 boards? Thank you.

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    Default Re: EdingCNC vs Kflop, any advice?

    Quote Originally Posted by tofurobotixs View Post
    Hi there, I am a maker from Singapore. I am currently looking at either Kflop or EdingCNC to control my machine. Currently it is just a basic 3 axis vertical mill, and I might go for more axis. I am planning to add additive manufacturing capacity into my machine and would like to hear about current user's opinion. I would like to know if I can use Lattepanda Singale Board Computer to run this 2 boards? Thank you.
    Both very different, Eding is very good and the easiest to setup of the two, I would look at Acorn CNC as well if you don't need more than 4 axes Acorn CNC controller, Step and Direction 4 axis CNC Control board with ethernet communication.DIY CNC kit, they all have computing requirements you can check there web sites for that

    Just checked out the Lattepanda looks good

    Mactec54


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    Default Re: EdingCNC vs Kflop, any advice?

    Take a look at RosettaCNC that have either 4 and 6 axis with a realpath simulator and evaluator of job and a rich set of G code codes at:

    https://rosettacnc.com/en/

    You can try the PC software for 45 days, without have a CNC board connected to LAN, requiring a Product Code with in-software dialog form.
    If you have a connect CNC board the software is automatically un-locked forever.

    Some video of software also in this channel:
    https://www.youtube.com/user/thoth2487/videos

    PC software to run don't require a powerfull PC and is compatibile with XP to W10.



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EdingCNC vs Kflop, any advice?

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