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Filou NC12 for WinPC-NC: A Powerful and Easy-to-Use CAM Software


What is FILOU-NC12 and how to use it?




FILOU-NC12 is a software program that allows you to create drawings and upload data to the machine. It is designed for CNC (computer numerical control) machining, which is a process of using computer-controlled tools to create precise and complex shapes from various materials. FILOU-NC12 can help you design, simulate, and optimize your CNC projects with ease and efficiency.




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In this article, we will show you how to use FILOU-NC12 to create a simple CNC project from scratch. We will cover the following steps:


  • Installing FILOU-NC12 on your Windows PC



  • Creating a new project and importing geometry



  • Defining tools and machining parameters



  • Generating NC code and running a 3D simulation



  • Uploading data to the machine and starting the machining process



Installing FILOU-NC12 on your Windows PC




To install FILOU-NC12 on your Windows PC, you need to download the latest version of the software from the developer's website[^1^]. The software is available as a demo version, which has some limitations, such as a maximum of 1000 lines of NC code and no post-processing. You can also purchase a full version of the software, which has more features and functions.


Once you have downloaded the software, run the installer and follow the instructions on the screen. You will need to enter your license key if you have purchased the full version. After the installation is complete, you can launch FILOU-NC12 from your desktop or start menu.


Creating a new project and importing geometry




To create a new project in FILOU-NC12, click on File > New Project. You will see a dialog box where you can enter the name of your project, choose the unit system (metric or imperial), and select the machine type (lathe or mill). Click OK to confirm your settings.


Next, you need to import your geometry from an external file or create it within FILOU-NC12. You can import your geometry from AutoCAD-DXF, HPGL, MegaCAD-CDL, or G-Code files[^1^]. To import your geometry, click on File > Import Geometry and browse for your file. You will see a preview of your geometry in the main window. You can use the zoom and pan tools to adjust the view.


If you want to create your geometry within FILOU-NC12, you can use the drawing tools in the toolbar. You can draw lines, arcs, circles, rectangles, polygons, splines, text, and more. You can also use the modify tools to edit your geometry, such as move, rotate, scale, trim, extend, mirror, offset, etc. You can use the snap and grid options to align your geometry precisely.


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Defining tools and machining parameters




After you have imported or created your geometry, you need to define your tools and machining parameters. To do this, click on Tools > Tool Manager. You will see a dialog box where you can add, edit, or delete tools. You can choose from different types of tools, such as end mills, drills, taps, reamers, etc. You can also specify the tool diameter, length, material, speed, feed rate, coolant mode, etc.


To assign a tool to your geometry, select your geometry in the main window and then click on Tools > Assign Tool. You will see a dialog box where you can select a tool from the list or create a new one. You can also define other machining parameters for your geometry, such as depth of cut, stepover distance,


clearance height,


plunge angle,


etc.


Generating NC code and running a 3D simulation




Once you have defined your tools and machining parameters for your geometry,


you can generate NC code for your project.


To do this,


click on File > Generate NC Code.


You will see a dialog box where you can choose the output format (ISO,


Heidenhain,


Fanuc,


etc.)


and select


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