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Version 0.4.0.1 of PyCAM

Release Notes: This minor release fixes a problem of the Windows standalone executable on multi-core systems.

Other releases

  •  14 Jun 2011 05:00

Release Notes: This release implemented extrusion of 2D models and included many small fixes and improvements. Windows users will enjoy a more modern look in the GUI theme and Linux users will be happy about better integration into the desktop. Performance of the 3D preview was improved drastically.

  •  28 Mar 2011 15:35

Release Notes: This major release features support for single-line fonts, touch off and tool change handling, multi-layered 2D models, many visualization improvements, better DXF support, additional model transformations and many more new features.

  •  24 Oct 2010 20:27

Release Notes: This minor release fixes a problem of the Windows standalone executable on multi-core systems.

  •  19 Oct 2010 13:44

Release Notes: This major release features parallel processing (automatically using all CPU cores of your computer) and even distributed processing (connecting multiple hosts to a shared pool of worker processes). Additionally, a standalone executable for Windows is available (for which no dependencies are required). Climb and conventional milling styles are configurable. The new toolpath strategy "Contour->Follow" can calculate exact contours of a model. Automatically distributed support bridges keep your 3D model attached to the outer material. The path precision (G61/G64) for the GCode interpreter is configurable.

  •  16 Aug 2010 22:01

Release Notes: This major release features support for 2D contour models (in DXF or SVG format) combined with a new EngraveCutter strategy. Major improvements in the support grid specification and the command line interface were made. Numerous improvements in the GUI and the generated GCode as well as a pile of minor bugfixes were incorporated.

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