On Thu, 2017-05-18 at 18:35 -0600, Sebastian Kuzminsky wrote:
> On 05/18/2017 05:27 PM, Chris Albertson wrote:
> > So yes, I really would like to see a linux based end to end CAD/AM
> > workflow.   It appears the one just barely exists for 3D printing.  There
> > are 3D modelers and drafting tools (Blender and FreeCAD) but the missing
> > link is g-code generation to drive 3D metal cutting tools.
> Give PyCAM a try:  https://github.com/sebkuzminsky/pycam
> It does 2d and 3d path generation, it's entirely open source, it runs on 
> Linux and plays well with LinuxCNC.
> Here's a 2d example:
> http://highlab.com/~seb/blog//2017/02/23/open-source-cad-cam-mc/

With the last commits PyCAM now requires enum34 to run, I could not
install enum34 in linuxcnc. Regarding the speed, I am testing PyCAM with
Pypy with good results.

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