caveguy at sbcglobal.net
Thu Dec 24 07:51:24 CST 2009
My task for the new year is to bring the Autocode NC/CNC product forward to Autocad 2010.
It has turned out that as the last man standing with Source, I am now the last custodian of the code.
Which translator is your friend using ?
The other Bob
On Wed, 23 Dec 2009 15:05:48 -0800, jim s wrote:
>One of my medium computer literate friends had rigged up a system using
>a single serial port and a switch box to his shop. But all of his code
>was commercial. Autocad with addons at the top of the food chain, and
>several support translator programs added on.
>Costs a fortune for software but he did a lot with a little in terms of
>having to get custom hardware rigs, or his own programming. He made
>more money programming in CNC language (which he could do by hand) to
>pay for the high software costs. I guess programming a PC to multiply
>the return is a good way to go too.
>I have been looking at Acramatic controls because they are Microdata
>1600 based (900 series) but not much else. The ones I'd like to get
>hold of of that type would not need a machine attached, since I have
>other firmware to run on them.
>Roger Holmes wrote:
>>> From: "Rick Bensene" <rickb at bensene.com>
>>> Earlier controls had RS-232 ports.
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