If your shop suffers from the CONTROL INCOMPATIBILITY issue … and you are looking to convert G code programs formatted for FANUC ( and “fanuc compatible” ) to OKUMA OSP or OKUMA OSP format to FANUC ( and “fanuc compatible” ) format … Kipware® CNC XChange is for you. The unique Kipware® CNC XChange design includes a mix of “industry standard” code conversions defined through the software source code and powerful, proven-in-the-trenches User Options that allow the user to fully customize code conversions that fall outside the “industry standard” definition such as M functions and similar.
Save hundreds of hours and $$$ and eliminate re-posting, re-programming, re-prove-out by converting your existing proven G code form one format to another with Kipware®.
This Kipware® CNC XChange BASE software version converts standard 2 axis turning G code between Fanuc and Okuma OSP formats … please select any desired OPTIONS from the Options List. This software is delivered via downloadable installation file and comes with (2) full seats standard.
A Kipware® CNC XChange purchase includes :
- Kipware® CNC XChange – Fanuc / Okuma / Haas – TURNING VERSION – G Code Conversion Software
- Refer to OPTIONS available on this page
- -2- seats of all applications
- Lifetime License with no maintenance fees.
- Unlimited, forever free access to the Kipware® Online User Manual
- Unlimited, forever free access to the Kipware® Video Training Website
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Mind Blowing Right ??
Whether buying a new machine or having to run a proven G code program on another machine … G code conversion through CNC XChange will save your shop time and money. The innovative and groundbreaking G code conversion applications from Kentech Inc. are making re-posting … re-programming … and worse … headaches of the past.
When you need to run a proven G code program on another machine with a different format … re-posting the program through your CAD/CAM system costs you time and money. Oftentimes the program running on the shop floor contains edits … maybe minor, maybe major … speeds, feeds, chamfer edits, etc.. When you re-post that program you lose all those little subtleties … which make the difference between a good part and a part out-of-spec.
Purchasing a new machine with a new CNC control can mean hours of re-programming or re-posting to get your product line back up to speed. Does that really seem like the best approach? It’s not. The best approach is to convert those proven G code programs into the new format … and retain all the subtleties and shop-floor-edits to ensure the new part is identical to the old part. CNC XChange can do that … in seconds … not hours.