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    Default new prototyping software

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    Turn complex 3 or 4 axis jobs into parts in minutes with ProtoWizard. ProtoWizard is driven by 3D STL files generated by any of your favorite CAD systems. Simply import the STL file or files of your design, select a roughing and finishing tool, and in minutes you have the G Code file for any of the most popular CNC Milling machines.

    http://www.excaliburcnc.com/pwmain.html

    online demo- http://www.excaliburcnc.com/pwring_demo.html

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    Your links don't work. Sorry.



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    I use DeskProto, same idea, import an .stl generates g code really fast. Has all the features I need and great support by the guy that created it.



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    Your both links are not working please check and provide the working links if possible. Otherwise you should explain more about this topic. I am interested in this topic.



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    Protowizard is still around; here's a link to their site: http://www.protowizard.com/

    I prefer DeskProto's system for holding onto rings and other small parts that jewelers cut in wax. It doesn't have any moving parts, so there's no "slop factor"; you simply loosen a screw and fasten the pre-drilled wax blank in another position for further milling. It has an adaptor to work on Sherline's (and Taig's) popular 4" rotary table as well as Roland machines. Here's a link to further information about it: http://www.deskproto.com/products/123waxring.htm

    Andrew Werby
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