This program utilizes g-code files to output pulses to the printer port guiding stepper motors. The graphical representation uses an isometrical view together with coordinates to show the current location and the next point. Other features include the use of a configuration file to store device specific parameteres such as different gear ratios for different axis and maximium stepping speeds. Also satic switches allow relays to be implemented making it possible to stear up to nine stepper motors sequentially provided the correct hardware is attached. The demo version has all the features of the full program but stops execution after a randum number of lines. Also the full version comes with sveral handy tools such as a utility to detect the port address or a program to create a grid for skimming blocks. The main uses are CNC- mill& lathe, telescope alignment, motor controls, robotic arm steering.
|License||Free to try|
|File Size||192 kB|
|Operating System||Windows Windows 98 Windows 95|
|System Requirements||Windows 95/98|