Subscribe Topic

Rank: 1

george

Newbie

posts: 0

Registered: 2004-3-1

Message 1 of 4

 11.21 cam
10-08-2005 12:03 . pm   |   View his/her posts only
Is anyone using 11.21 for cam yet?

The only problem I have noticed so far is when I verify and save an stl model for use as a stock it is in metric and has to be scaled even though VX is set for inch. I have already submitted a pcr. I am trying to get use to the new set up. I get stumped now and then but I do like it.

Rank: 1

randy

Newbie

posts: 0

Registered: 2011-5-21

Message 2 of 4

11-08-2005 10:02 . am   |   View his/her posts only
George,

Many customers are using V11.21 for CAM. It has been very stable and producing good results for a diversified group of toolmakers in the northeast.
The developers have been doing a great job providing us with awsome software.

Regards,

Randy Biebel
VX Corporation
www.vx.com
office 814-824-4420
email: randyb@vx.com

Rank: 1

Robert

Newbie

posts: 0

Registered: 2011-11-22

Message 3 of 4

12-08-2005 11:50 . am   |   View his/her posts only
Now, now Randy... no buttering up the developers on the forum.

Thanks for the input George, we'll take a look.

Rank: 1

Dan

Newbie

posts: 0

Registered: 2002-8-26

Message 4 of 4

19-10-2005 04:47 . pm   |   View his/her posts only
Dear George,

An STL file is a very primitive format so the units doesn't exist stored inside. Very probable when the STL is exported it is exported in metric units (I think this is how it is stored inside database) and when is imported is imported assuming the units inside are the one used in current session.
See also
X