Release Notes: This is a service release. It fixes several bugs and contains code clean-ups, but does not provide any new functionality.
Release Notes: This version fixes a serious BeamConstruct bug that caused a crash when adding hatch pattens to sliced 3D models.
Release Notes: This version contains several bugfixes and corrections as well as a new MODBUS TCP slave plug-in. The most extensive enhancement can be found in the BeamConstruct laser marking application; it now is able to import 3D models and slice them into several layers. These layers can then be used for rapid prototyping or depth engraving applications to build up these 3D models.
Release Notes: The whole HMI/process control part is now assembled into a software group named "ControlRoom". A new application BeamConstruct has been added which is intended to be used for industrial laser marking applications. This software supports several primitive geometries, barcodes, texts, serial numbers, date/time elements, 2D and 3D marking, additional motion axes, splitting of large projects into smaller parts, and much more.
Release Notes: This is a service release. It does not offer any new features, but fixes several bugs and problems.
Release Notes: This version contains many bug fixes, enhancements, and new functionalities. Beside some other things, plug-ins have been added to support several laser scanner controller cards (Scanlab RTC3/RTC4, SCAPS USC1/USC2, CTI EC1000/SC500), and the included CAD-application CNConstruct has been extended by many functions that give the possibility to have dynamic projects that can be manipulated and modified during execution (like serial numbers, dynamic data inputs, and support for 1D and 2D barcodes).
Release Notes: Some new plug-ins for data manipulation and conversion were added. Several bugs were fixed. One major new feature was added: the additional application CNConstruct. This is a small CAD application that can be used to create CNC data and material processing information easily. The resulting data then can be used within an OpenAPC environment to control machines and tools to process working pieces in the way it was described within the CNConstruct project. CNConstruct is currently in alpha state.
Release Notes: This is a service release that fixes several minor bugs and an important one which can cause problems with floating point numbers in external plug-ins in case of some specific locales.
Release Notes: This version offers two major improvements. It has a special player-variant OpenHPlayer that allows it to execute OpenAPC flows without any HMI for use on headless systems. There are fold-bars in the editor where HMI and Flow elements are listed and can be accessed easily while creating OpenAPC projects. Several smaller bugfixes and enhancements have been made.
Release Notes: Beside some bugfixes, this version contains two major new features: redundancy and control data support. Redundancy gives the possibility to run Interlock Servers on different hosts with automated data backup and switching to the redundant one in case the active one fails. Control data can be used to perform XY-movements and to control a tool synchronous to this motion for complex 2D and optional 3D material processing operations.