Perform calculations for different machining operations

3.5 on 2 votes

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License: Shareware $60
Total downloads:248 (1 last week)
Operating system:Windows XP/7/8/10
Latest version:4.92
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Control and monitor complex and basic machining setups. Monitor certain operations and processes by automatically or manually calculating the optimal feeds and speeds for them. Use presets for popular products like Lathe, Tormach PCNC 1100, and IHCNC.

The 4.92 version of GWizard is available as a free download on our software library. This tool was originally developed by CNCCookbook. The following versions: 1.6 and 1.0 are the most frequently downloaded ones by the program users. The latest installer takes up 4.7 MB on disk.

Our built-in antivirus checked this download and rated it as 100% safe. The program's installer is commonly called GWizard.exe. You can execute this PC program on Windows XP/7/8/10 32-bit. GWizard lies within Office Tools, more precisely Calculators.

From the developer:

G-Wiizard's machining calculator is designed to help you determine the best feeds and speeds for particular machining operations. Getting the best feeds and speeds is one of the most important steps to ensure maximum material removal rates, best surface finishes, and better tool life. The Feeds and Speeds calculator considers many additional variables that simple look up tables and the SFM and chip load math every machinist knows by heart don't.

You may want to check out more software, such as GWizardE, which might be similar to GWizard.


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Eric Last month

Be VERY careful with G wizard. It is way incomplete and inconsistent. Basically, a theoretical database of material copied from others, which is a good start. But has hundreds/thousands of holes where there is no data and the software gives "results" without warning you. For example, it has no idea in its "thousands" of calculations how much power the machine can provide for cutting, so machine repeatedly binds and shuts down if you use the "optimized" settings. Bob does not seem to be a machinist at all and has no interest in verifying and completing his software so that it actually works. His major interest is in children's games like "research" on expensive screwdrivers he can watch over and over on the Internet. He gets very angry when you point out a problem and ask for help.

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