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!
We’re happy to announce that cncsimulator.com now supports Spanish! As part of our commitment to providing an inclusive and accessible experience for our users, we have launched the Spanish version of our website at cncsimulator.com.
¡Nos complace anunciar que cncsimulator.com ahora está disponible en español! Como parte de nuestro compromiso de brindar una experiencia inclusiva y accesible a nuestros usuarios, hemos lanzado la versión en español de nuestro sitio web en cncsimulator.com.
Para acceder a la versión en español, simplemente haz clic en el icono de la bandera debajo del menú. Esto cambiará instantáneamente el sitio web al español, permitiéndote explorar contenido, acceder a recursos y usar el simulador en tu idioma preferido. ¡Bienvenido/a!
Hello CNC enthusiasts!
We are thrilled to announce the launch of our newly improved online help for CNC Simulator Pro Version 4. Our team has been hard at work, fine-tuning every detail to ensure a more seamless and efficient user experience.
At CNC Simulator Pro, we believe in constant evolution, and we strive to deliver top-notch, user-friendly tools to our community. The new online help system is a testament to this commitment, as we have revamped it with greater clarity, more detailed explanations, and a streamlined layout.
Our goal? To make your journey with CNC Simulator Pro as smooth as possible. Whether you’re a novice dipping your toes into the world of CNC or a seasoned professional, our comprehensive online help is designed to assist every step of the way.
Remember, learning is a continuous process, and we are here to facilitate that. So, dive into the exciting world of CNC Simulator Pro with our revamped online help system.
Should you ever get stuck or need more information, our improved online help is just a click away, ready to guide you through.
So what are you waiting for? Explore the enhanced online help and take your CNC Simulator Pro experience to a new level!
Let’s continue to shape the future together with CNC Simulator Pro Version 4.
Link: User Guide 4.0
Happy CNC machining!
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.
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.
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!
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.
CNC SIMULATOR PRO – YouTube
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.