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CP1 is a conversational machining program written by a summer intern at NIST (need to ask Fred Proctor what his name was), and modified slightly by Ray Henry and Matt Shaver. It allows you to create g-code files for rectangular and circular pocket milling, bolt circles, hexagonal and rectangular arrays of holes, and "bezels" whatever those are. Hint: expand the window size to see all of the options.
CP1 is a conversational machining program written by a summer intern at NIST (need to ask Fred Proctor what his name was), and modified slightly by Ray Henry, Matt Shaver, and Lawrence Glaister (http://wiki.linuxcnc.org/cgi-bin/wiki.pl?LawrenceG). It allows you to create g-code files for rectangular and circular pocket milling, bolt circles, hexagonal and rectangular arrays of holes, and "bezels" whatever those are. Hint: expand the window size to see all of the options.

CP1 is a conversational machining program written by a summer intern at NIST (need to ask Fred Proctor what his name was), and modified slightly by Ray Henry, Matt Shaver, and Lawrence Glaister (http://wiki.linuxcnc.org/cgi-bin/wiki.pl?LawrenceG). It allows you to create g-code files for rectangular and circular pocket milling, bolt circles, hexagonal and rectangular arrays of holes, and "bezels" whatever those are. Hint: expand the window size to see all of the options.

CP1 can be downloaded here: upload:cp1.tgz

Some example screens how it looks like

upload:cp1-textengrave.png

upload:cp1-circle.png


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