New Features The latest release of myCNC software brings improvements to filter out unwanted signals on common inputs, as well as signals sent from the operator panel. These...

We have added the Kjellberg Smart Focus 200 cutcharts support to myCNC. These cutcharts contain more than 80 combinations to account for different materials, process currents...

myCNC for Raspberry Pi - Tested on Ubuntu Mate

The myCNC application has now been successfully ported to a Raspberry Pi build of Ubuntu MATE. Ubuntu MATE is an official light-weight derivative of Ubuntu which uses the MATE...

Gear cutter synchronization for a finishing cut

Below is a video of a finishing cut being performed by a gear cutter with a myCNC controller, provided to us by a client of ours. As can be seen, the spindle and the rotation...

myCNC for Raspberry Pi - Development updates

Bringing myCNC software to Raspberry Pi has long been an ambition of ours - Raspberry Pi's are ubiquitous in makerspaces, machine shops and universities across the world thanks...

Line driver to 5V converters now available

As mentioned in our previous blog post, we are now beginning to carry line driver to 5V converters in our online shop (bundled in with our ET6, ET7 and ET10...

Converters will be available soon

Converters for drivers such as ClearPath will soon be available upon request. Previously, the driver would only activate above a certain threshold due to the difference between...

Fusion360 4 axis mill post processor for myCNC

We now have an official Fusion360 post processor for 3- and 4-axis milling machines using myCNC. The new post processor is available here directly, or by searching for "myCNC"...

A new myCNC update (version 1.88.3676) has been released.   New features 2 Axis (No tool lift) tangential knife setups setting. This setting allows users to use systems...

Tooltips coming soon!

We are currently preparing a number of new profile versions which include tooltips for most of the on-screen buttons, information dialogs and widgets. At the moment, the...

Waterjet support currently under development

The myCNC team is currently developing a solution for waterject systems, allowing to optimize the waterjet cutting process. A waterjet system has the jet of water trail...

Updates on the per-program Z-height mapping

Last month, we have shared our plans for implementing per-program Z-height mapping in this blog post as well as in this beta-tester manual on our documentation website. Since...

Gear cutting using a myCNC controller

Below is a video shared by one of Puruvesi Automations's clients, showing the first stages of making a machine designed for gear cutting equipped with a myCNC-ET1 controller. The...

    A process for tool calibration using a CNC Vision (camera) setup is currently under development. This procedure aims to calibrate extremely thin spindles (with spindle...

An alpha version of per-program height mapping has been added to the latest version of the 1366V profile, which can be used for PCB engraving/stone engraving in order to create...

Puruvesi Automation is now a member of the EtherCAT Technology group. ETG develops EtherCAT, which provides its users with a real-time Industrial Ethernet technology focused...

A post processor for Autodesk Fusion360 has been added to the Downloads page of our website. The post processor is currently working well for 3 axis mill machines, and will later...

Custom 3D visualization tool colours

myCNC now allows to assign custom colours to different tools in the program file, allowing for an easier way to visualize the tool path and to distinguish where one tool will...

Gamepad controller settings revamped

myCNC now has a new gamepad controller settings window, which allows the user to edit the joystick controls and to remap all the individual controller keys to the commands...

Changes to the Surface Measure macro

The Surface Measure macro now contains the M286 command. Previously, in case the operator had incorrectly positioned the probe tool to be in contact with the sensor before the...

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