We could post them to the Shapeoko wiki — e-mail me at email@example.com
Thanks Will! Will do.
@mbellon I haven’t had a chance to run test cuts yet with your post processor, but I will do one soon… but awesome news that there is proof it works!! Awesome
Carbide3D-Nomad-Inch.zip (608 Bytes)
Carbide3D-Nomad-PhotoVCarve-Inch.zip (566 Bytes)
Awesome as usual Will! Thanks!
I hope others find them useful.
I recently purchased the Cut2D program and downloaded the post processor mentioned in this post for the NomadPro. After I saved my toolpath in Cut2D, I tried to load it into Carbide Motion but I received the following message:
Error in line 1: Syntax Error %.
Unfortunately, I am not G-Code literate, does that mean I should remove the %? I have attached the G-Code. Thank you!
Male Inlay 1.nc (1.3 MB)
The first line of this file is
which ought to indicate a comment.
I suspect that Carbide Motion is getting confused by it being the first line and not having any further content — was this file saved with a name? Is there any metadata which you can apply w/in the file which would then be filled in w/in that file?
Thank you for your response William. I added: (FILENAME: INLAY.NC) under the % and I received the same error. I will try to save something different in CUT2D and see what happens.
Weird. Try deleting the line?
Deleting it may fix it as Will says. I was able to open it directly without deleting it in UGS so seems its something perhaps specific to CM.
Thank you both for your help. Deleting the % did the trick! You were right Will