05-08-2022, 11:59 AM
CIMCO Edit 2022 18.104.22.168 (x64)
Windows 64bit | English | Size: 294 MB
The editor-of-choice for professional CNC programmers who demand a reliable, full-featured editing, simulation and communication tool.
CIMCO Edit comes with all the essential features needed for modern NC program editing including NC specific functions, math, transforms, drag/drop editing and more.
In addition, CIMCO Edit includes file compare, mill/turn backplotter, advanced Tool Manager, NC code assistant and offers powerful add-ons for machine simulation, program management, 2D CAD/CAM, and more.
Essential editing tools
Comprehensive set of editing tools including line numbering, renumbering, character handling, XYZ range finder, tool compensation, basic math functions, and more.
Point at any M or G code and the NC-Assistant will identify the code and allow you to modify its values using an interactive interface linked to the CNC code. Input the desired values and the code is updated automatically.
The file compare identifies new, changed and deleted lines, but ignores trivial format changes such as block renumbering and spacing. Differences are displayed one line at a time, all at once or printed side-by-side for offline review.
Cycles and Macros
Quickly insert and edit cycles and operations or record your own for the operations most common to your setup. Includes built-in cycles and macros for program start, stop, tool change, and many more.
Easily view and modify the tools in your NC program. Simply copy/replace tools from your library to your active tool list and vice versa with the additional access to hundreds of predefined tools and holders.
Backplot and Solid Simulation
Simulate your NC programs in 3D with the 3,4,5 axis milling and turning backplotter. Supports high-resolution simulation of stock material removal, toolholder collision checking, gouge detection and more.
Automate the task of creating tools, loading geometry, specifying work offsets and defining stock when starting Backplot or Machine Simulation. All of these, and more, can be defined using scanning commands in your NC program or an external file.
Track the initial and current state of variables in your NC program while the simulation is running or when selecting specific lines. Machine state variables are also supported.
Free online courses
A great introduction to CIMCO Edit. Our online training courses teaches you milling and turning, trigonometry, NC code, and much more