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Greensands12/01/2020 10:10:22
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Hi - Is anyone aware of or have had any experience with the CompUcut CAM system which was designed to run under DOS and then at a later stage, under early versions of Windows? It appeared on the market around 20 years or so ago and aimed at the model engineer and the small garage workshop environment. It had I believe established a dedicated following in its day and it would be interesting to know if it was still in common use.

John Pace13/01/2020 18:33:15
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I have used Compucut for about 15 years and still have it ,I don't know if
Richard Bartlett still makes it as he has concentrated on producing a Micro Foundry
system for a number of years.
This can be found at ,

SteedCraft - MicroFoundry & accessories
www.compucutters.co.uk

My own Compucut runs the Cutter grinder seen here in the 1st photo
and the cylindrical grinder here in the 2nd photo as a part cnc manual
machine ,2 lathes and 2 milling machines and a shaper when i get it finished.
Another useful Compucut product is the electronic gear hobbing unit seen
here in the third photo ,when i last contacted him on behalf of a another forum
member he still had about a dozen of these in pcb form still avalable.

John

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universal grinder 1.jpg

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