BobCAD-CAM’s New NC Editor Pro puts powerful easy to use G-code editing, simulation and DNC communications in your hands. Graphic display and edit your NC programs for 2,3 and 4 Axis Milling or 2 Axis turning routines. Unique folding structure allows users to quickly collapse or expand g-code programs based on tool numbers.
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Use the clipboard to cut copy and paste blocks of codes from one section of a program to another.
Quickly find and replace blocks of code as needed. Match case and whole words.
Re-sequence lines numbers after program modifications. Reduce file size by removing blank lines and spaces.
Override your feed and speeds limited by selected blocks, up to the next tool change or the entire file. Utilize the value editor to modify or alter values in the nc program using mathematical functions.
Collapse or expand your NC programs grouped by Tool numbers. This unique folding feature makes it very easy to isolate Tool specific blocks of code.
Advanced to the next or previous tool change or comment block with a single mouse click.
Load 2 NC programs side by side for comparison and quick identify differences. Great for spotting and validating code changes made at the controller.
Reset, play, pause, single block or fast forward through your verification or backplot.
Choose either solid simulation verification or backplotting to visualize NC programs. Users can choose controller templates for various NC formats.
Choose standard predefined views: Top, Bottom, Front, Back, Left, Right or Isometric. Rotate, Pan and Zoom dynamically with your mouse.
Toggle on and off the display of: Coordinate system, Axes,, Axes values, Tools and holders.
Save, Load or update machine and job specific tools, toolholders, stock and work offsets. Great for verification of programs not posted and passed from BobCAD.