Dear CNC Simulator Pro Users,
We would like to address a recent situation concerning our website and provide you with an update on the services.
Website Downtime: Recently, our website experienced an unexpected downtime due to issues with our hosting provider, GearHost. This outage lasted for three days and primarily affected our website’s accessibility.
Service Continuity: We want to reassure you that during this period, our backup server was fully operational. This meant that you could still start and use the CNC Simulator Pro software without interruption. We understand the critical role our services play in your operations, and we were committed to ensuring that our core software functionality remained unaffected.
Our Response: Our team worked diligently with GearHost to resolve the website issue and restore access as quickly as possible. We are also actively exploring alternative hosting solutions to prevent such occurrences in the future and to enhance the overall reliability of our services.
Future Measures: We are currently in discussions with GearHost to understand the root cause of this outage and to implement measures that meet the high service standards you expect from us. We are dedicated to improving and ensuring the stability and reliability of all aspects of our services, including our website.
Your Support and Understanding: We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience caused by the website downtime. Your patience and support during this time have been invaluable. We are taking all necessary steps to reinforce our infrastructure and prevent such issues from happening in the future.
We are grateful for your continued trust in CNC Simulator Pro and are here to support you with high-quality services. Thank you for being an integral part of our community.
The CNC Simulator Pro Team
Experiencing graphics issues with CNC Simulator Pro 4.0+? Our latest guide is here to help! Version 4.0 has brought advanced graphics, but with that comes higher demands on your system.
- Common Issues: From outdated drivers to system overloads, understand what might be affecting your experience.
- Easy Fixes: Update drivers, adjust settings, and ensure your system meets our recommended specs.
Check out the full article here and elevate your CNC Simulator Pro experience!
Welcome to Our Beginners Guide to CNC Programming video series!
We are thrilled to announce our latest video tutorial series: “CNC programming Introduction.” This multi-part series is designed to introduce you to the world of Computer Numerical Control (CNC) machining and G-code programming. Whether you’re a hobbyist, a professional operator, or simply interested in CNC, this series has something for everyone.
What to Expect
The tutorial series consists of 15 episodes, each diving into different aspects of CNC machining and G-code programming. You’ll learn the basics of CNC machines, the importance of G-codes and M-codes, and how they work together to create precise and efficient machining operations. From understanding the CNC coordinate system to mastering the nuances of tool changes, this series has got you covered.
- CNC Basics: Learn what CNC machines are, the types available, and their applications.
- G-codes and M-codes: Unravel the mystery behind these essential CNC commands.
- Tool Changes & Spindle Control: Master the art of efficiently swapping tools and controlling the spindle speed.
- Coolant Control: Discover the importance of coolants and how to manage them during operations.
- Simulation and Debugging: Explore the capabilities of CNC Simulator Pro, a powerful tool for CNC programming and debugging.
Special Episode on CNC Simulator Pro
In our final episode, we dive into CNC Simulator Pro, a robust 3D CNC machine simulator that offers CAD/CAM CNC editing, 3D simulation, gear creation, training tools, and much more. This episode will not only wrap up our entire series but also introduce you to a tool that can bring your CNC programming and debugging to the next level.
Where to Watch
All episodes are available on our YouTube channel. Make sure to subscribe so you don’t miss out on any new videos!
We’re incredibly excited to offer this comprehensive guide to the world of CNC and G-codes. This series aims to bridge the gap between theory and practice, making CNC programming accessible and engaging for everyone. We hope you’ll join us for this educational journey.
For more tutorials and resources, visit us at https://cncsimulator.com.
See you there!
Hey CNC community,
We’re excited to announce some new significant upgrades to our License Manager. We know how crucial it is for you to have control over your licenses and user information. So, based on your feedback, we’ve rolled out a couple of key features that you’re going to find incredibly useful.
Delete Free Licenses
We understand that sometimes you just want to clean house and start fresh. Now, you can easily delete any of your free licenses directly from the License Manager.
Edit Your Institution Name and Contact Details
Need to change the name of your institution or update contact person information? You don’t have to reach out to us anymore; you can edit these details directly from your License Manager dashboard. It’s as simple as that!
How to Access These Features
To take advantage of these upgrades, you’ll need to log into your account and head to the License Manager. From there, you’ll see options to edit your institution name, contact details, and manage your licenses.
We’re not stopping here. Our team is working tirelessly to bring even more features that add value and make your CNC experience as seamless as possible. As always, we’re open to your suggestions and feedback. Let us know what you’d like to see next!
For more details about CNC Simulator Pro, head over to our About page.
The CNC Simulator Pro Team
Hello CNC enthusiasts!
We’ve got some great news to share. If you’ve been using our License Manager, you might have noticed it’s undergone a significant transformation. Our team has worked hard to give it a fresh, modern look while keeping all the functionalities you’re used to.
We’ve incorporated a cleaner, more intuitive design that makes navigation a breeze.
To make it easier to understand your license status, we’ve introduced color-coded badges. Now, ‘CCP’ becomes ‘Platinum’, ‘CC’ becomes ‘Free’, and ‘TR’ becomes ‘Trial’.
With newly added buttons, performing tasks like resending petrol emails or downloading license files has never been simpler.
Easier Email Verification
If your email hasn’t been verified, a simple button click will send a verification email to your inbox.
Why The Change?
We believe that a good user experience is crucial for efficiency and satisfaction. This upgrade aims to simplify your interaction with the License Manager, making it quicker and more pleasant to manage your CNC Simulator Pro licenses.
We’re always keen to improve, so stay tuned for more updates in the near future. Your feedback is invaluable, so don’t hesitate to share your thoughts with us.
To explore the revamped License Manager, head over to the platform.
Hello CNC Simulator Pro community,
We’re constantly striving to improve your experience, and one area we’ve focused on recently is license management. We’ve heard your feedback and are excited to share what’s coming in our next update.
Some of you have faced challenges with our current license management system, especially after updating Windows or changing your network adapter. The digital fingerprint used for licensing can sometimes get affected, causing unnecessary hiccups.
We are revamping our license management system to create digital fingerprints based on more stable parameters. This means that your license will be recognized consistently, even if you update Windows or swap out your network adapter.
What This Means for You
Once this update rolls out, you can expect a more seamless user experience. Your license will be more resilient to system changes, minimizing disruptions and letting you focus on what you do best—working with CNC.
This enhancement will be part of our next update, so keep an eye on our blog for the official announcement. Your continued support and feedback make these improvements possible, and we can’t wait for you to experience this new level of stability.
Until then, happy CNC’ing!