Just a reminder that 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.
Happy New Year to all of our users and customers at cncsimulator.com!
As we close out the year, we wanted to take a moment to thank you all for your continued support and valuable feedback. Your input has helped us to continually improve our CNC simulator and we are grateful for the opportunity to serve you.
As we enter the new year, we are excited to continue to innovate and provide the best possible experience for our users. We look forward to continuing to work with you and to hearing your feedback and ideas for future improvements.
Thank you again for your support and we wish you all the best for a happy and successful new year.
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!
As we all deal with the COVID-19 crisis, we at cncsimulator.com have a small virus crisis on our own. Some antivirus software mistakes our simulator for a threat. This is called a false positive and it is getting pretty common these days. As long as you have downloaded the simulator from our official site cncsimulator.com you do not need to worry. We guarantee that our files are 100% clean from any adware, malware, spyware, and similar. As you may realize, it would be devastating to our business and the reputation of the company if there was anything bad in our software.
virustotal.com reports that 25 out of 70 antivirus software give a false positive. Among them are Microsoft and McAfee.
What can you do?
First of all, we do not recommend that you turn off your antivirus protection. That could put you at risk for real threats. Instead, you can put an exception in your antivirus software. That is telling it that you trust the file and that it should not give a warning or delete it.
If you have Microsoft Defender as your protection, you can follow the steps below to put in an exception. If you are using another antivirus software, please consult their manual to learn how to do it.
Click Start > Settings > Update & Security.
Click Windows Security > Virus & threat protection.
Under Virus & threat protection settings, select Manage settings, and then under Exclusions, select Add or remove exclusions.
Select Add an exclusion, and then select Folder.
Navigate to your installation folder for the simulator. It is often located at:
C:\Program Files (x86)\CNCSimulator.com
Select the folder “CNCSimulator Pro”. Click on the button “Select Folder”
That’s all, now you shouldn’t see any more warning messages.
Now, when this threat is out of the way, remember the other one that is out there. Stay at home, simulate, and be safe!
From Monday Nov 18 to Monday Nov 25 the support will be a bit slow due to a conference at cncsimulator.com headquarters. We will try our best to keep up with the support requests but we ask for your understanding and patience if your reply is delayed. At the beginning of next week everything should be back to normal.
We would like to thank everyone that have sent in suggestions, bug reports and other requests for the next version of the simulator. Without your qualified support, we would be stuck. Our team is currently working on improvements so there is still time to send in more wishes. We promise to listen to each and everyone of you. Hurry up!
Machine Maker is a new software from CNCSimulator.com that allow users to create custom machines, plug-ins and postprocessors. For more information click here.
Here we are posting information about updates of our software and site as well as tips and tricks. Stay tuned for the latest news.