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EditNC by NFR Partners


EditNC - Edits G-Code, Heidenhain®, APT CL

A competent, proven CNC Editor!

NFR Partners released the first Windows version of editNC in 1993. Since then, seven major revisions, several OEM versions, and dozens of minor revisions have been produced. EditNC, a CNC program editor designed to compliment CAD/CAM systems, also provides powerful capabilities for manual G-code programming.

Features - Function

Features - Ease of installation, maintenance, and use

With EditNC Release 10 we introduced new licensing, pricing, and support terms. New major releases will no longer be free to all users, but only to those who have purchased a license within the previous 12 months. An upgrade discount of 50% is available to customers who purchased more than 12 months previously. Release 10 also introduces a new policy whereby a single user can install up to three editNC copies on different computers. This means, for example, that a single user can install on his or her desktop computer and a notebook computer. Briefly, the license agreement states that the number of licenses required is determined by the number of individual users or computers, whichever is less. Please see the prices and policies FAQ for examples.

25 February 2015 - EditNC Release 10.4 is available. This release introduces GMacro3, our largest GMacro update since its inception back in late 2003. Interaction with the user is greatly improved with GMacro3.

Other new features are mostly minor, with interface improvements in several areas. This release includes many small items that have been requested by users but were considered low priority. You have to get to them eventually, so we did.

25 February 2015 - Added information about transferring your editNC DNC configuration to other computers. Details are here.

22 September 2014 - See the Videos page for an update covering Release 10.3.

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New: Release 10.4

with GMacro3