check out some of the our apps to help you in your latest creation

check out some of the our apps to help you in your latest creation

check out some of the our apps to help you in your latest creation

our apps
our apps
our apps

as well our core software, we also produce dedicated applications to help you. PhotoVCarve has been developed to allow CNC machines to carve and engrave in a way that until now could only be done using an expensive laser marking systems. Cut3D quickly and easily converts 3D models into CNC toolpaths (3D XYZ point data) that can be machined on conventional 3 axis CNC machines.

PhotoVCarve

what is PhotoVCarve?

PhotoVCarve instantly converts photographs and images into high quality toolpaths that can be run on virtually all CNC routing and engraving machines.

what can it do?

the ability to permanently CNC machine pictures onto jobs has been a challenge to many machine users and although there are software products that appear to offer the facility, they often fail to deliver.

PhotoVCarve is also perfect for machining 3D lithophanes directly from photographs, that make perfect gifts, keepsakes and mementos that will last for generations.

the opportunities PhotoVCarve offers are endless and it can be used by all CNC machine users. from the hobbyists who build their own ‘home brew’ tables to professional engravers running high cost industrial machines, the software offers something for everyone.

Cut3D

what is Cut3D?

Cut3D is a dedicated toolpath engine for CNC machining 3D models that have been designed using a 3D CAD or graphics design product such as AutoCAD, Rhino3D, 3D Studio etc. or scanned using a laser or touch probe device. Cut3D’s exceptionally easy to use interface leads you step-by-step through the process of loading a model, setting the size, interactively placing tabs to hold the job in place, calculating single, double or four sided roughing and finishing toolpaths, previewing the results and finally saving the CNC code to run on your machine.

3D models that are too large / thick to machine because of gantry height, cutter length or limited material thickness can be ‘sliced’ into separate pieces. each slice can then be machined and the complete job assembled.