This document will walk through the setup process for RS-232 communications through computer and your machine using NC Editor.
This article will give some incite on how to make modifications to the Controllers inside of NC Editor. The example in this article covers specifically how you would modify a controller where the G-Code does not have an M06 in the code. This will allow you to simulate program correctly inside of NC Editor.
This article goes over the difference between the simulation in BobCAD and the simulation inside of NC Editor.
This article describes how to change the text color inside of NC Editor.
When using the NC Editor to transfer code to your machine using the Start DNC Transfer it can be inconvenient to type in the correct baud rate, parity, etc. each time before sending. This article will teach the user how to save these settings so that they are automatically filled out when opening the NC Editor.
NC Editor simulates g code by using a file that is natively created in BobCAD called an MWJS file which holds all of the programs tooling and stock data. This article will teach the user how to create this MWJS file so that they can simulate their non native G code in NC Editor.