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    Hello,

    I have a CutViewer Mill 3.1 [ 150 USD ] and CutViewer Turn 3.2 [ 140 USD ] licenses for sale.

    ( also DeskProto Entry edition [ 110 EUR ], MeshCAM 8 Pro [ 400 USD ], NcPlot 2.3.4 [ 240 USD ] and CamBamPlus 1.0 [ 80 EUR ] )

    If you are interested - drop me a line to : emilvv ( @ ) gmail.com

    Have a nice day,

    Emil

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    Hello,

    I am selling CAM software licenses:

    - CutViewer Mill 3.1 - [ 90 USD ]
    - CutViewer Turn 3.2 [ 80 USD ]

    CUTVIEWER

    - DeskProto 6.1 Entry edition [ 95 EUR ]
    https://www.deskproto.com/order/prices.php

    - MeshCAM 8.40 Pro [ 290 USD ]
    https://www.grzsoftware.com/buy/

    - NcPlot 2.3.4 [ 240 USD ]
    - CamBamPlus 1.0 [ 80 EUR ] )

    If you are interested - drop me a line to : emilvv ( @ ) gmail.com

    Have a nice day,

    Emil

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    CutViewer Turn 3.2 - sold

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    Cimco Editor I think is much better unless money is the subject.

    The best way to learn is trial error.


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