Version 4 beta 2 is now available from our download page. It contains some minor bug fixes and a fix to the Microsoft-related issue in the previous post.
There has been an update to Windows 10 that create issues in the 2D view and SimCam. Lines are thicker and looks strange. This does not affect the functionality though.
We are wafting for Microsoft to address this issue and hopefully there will be a solution soon.
Version 4 Public Beta is available now! Please visit our download page to get it if you want to try it out. Let us know if you run into any issues. This is still work in progress and all feedback is welcome.
Check out our latest YouTube video tutorials.
As we are getting close to releasing a public beta of version 4, we would like to thank our users for the great feedback. A special thanks go out to engineer Peter Schuurbiers at the CNC Instructie Buro in the Netherlands. His feedback and in-depth knowledge in CNC machining have been invaluable in making the simulator more realistic. Thanks to every one of you that has helped us make a better simulator!
We will give away a free lifetime license worth $535 to a
randomly selected lucky winner! Check out the instructions below on how
to participate in this giveaway.
To participate in the giveaway, make sure you are subscribed to our YouTube channel. Watch both the short and the detailed version. Like the videos and leave a comment. We will randomly select one winner from the comments. Good luck!
Several links in version 3.2 do no longer work because we have redesigned our website. Therefore we recommend that users go directly to our site and follow the links in the menu. We apologize for any inconvenience while we are transitioning to the new site.
Check out our short preview video of the new version 4 on YouTube. A longer and more detailed version is coming soon so do not forget to subscribe so you do not miss it.
Version 4 brings a lot of improvements to the visual aspect of the milling tools. You can now define tools with more settings to create a realistic look. Tools can be either auto-modeled, basic cylinders, or external (obj) models.