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October 30, 2014
CNC experimenters need to learn how to create drawings for their CNC projects using a computer, how to convert the information contained in the newly created drawing into toolpaths, and then how to turn toolpath information into the code that will control their CNC machine, again using a computer. Our book,"Easy CNC," covers these subjects in detail.
The book is hands-on and full of experiments. The approach is the crawl-before-you-walk-before-you-run and it's fun!
Our books are out of print and are no longer available on our web site. Updates and errata information will remain on this web site.
Thank you to the many readers who have puchased our books over the years.
We provide free updates on this web site to keep the contents of our books current. Choose the "Updates" link on the left of this screen to see the latest new material.
CNC experimenters have no trouble coming up with ideas for machines to do jobs they are interested in. Many need help with mechanical design, determining what sort of stepper motors to use, designing and selecting the driver electronics to make the motors step, interfacing driver electronics with a PC, and determining what sort of G-code interpreter to use, etc. "CNC Solutions For The Experimenter" is intended to help with this process.