The Easy Industral CNC Motion Controller
1. If you don’t already have Inkscape. Download and install Inkscape from https://inkscape.org/en/
note: If you are importing into inkscape and need exact dimensions, version 0.91 will work. Version 0.92 has a scaling error when importing svg’s.
2. Download the Ready Motion Plug-In for Inkscape
3. Put the contents of this .zip folder into the “inkscape\share\extensions” folder. Once it is there reboot inkscape and it will show up under the “extensions” tab in inkscape.
note: if using Ubuntu or another Linux flavor open a terminal and type “sudo nautilus” to open a file explorer with admin rights.
PWM ON COMMAND: Add any G-Code or M-Code commands here to start your working mode travel on the CNC.
PWM OFF COMAND: Add any G-Code or M-Code commands here to end your working mode travel on the CNC.
TRAVEL SPEED: The speed of the machine when the CNC is off working mode (mm/min).
PWM SPEED: The speed of the machine when the CNC is working mode (mm/min).
POWER ON DELAY: Used to delay from PWN ON COMMAND to the first movement.
PASSES: The Number of times to repeat the cycle.
PASS DEPTH: Z axis moves down by this amount for each pass.
DIRECTORY: Where to store the file generated.
FILENAME: The name of the generated file.
ADD NUMERIC SUFFIX: Add a number to the end of the file name so when the file is regenerated it wont copy over.
ALL UNITS: The unit to generate the G-Code
LIVE PREVIEW: Draw out the generation