4xiDraw V1 Support Tools
Inkscape is a professional vector graphics editor for Windows, Mac OS X and Linux. It’s free and open source.
- Download for 32-bit Windows versions
- Download for 64-bit Windows versions
- Download for Mac OS X 10.7 Installer (XQuartz)
|UGS Classic||The nightly build of the classic version with a clean and lightweight user interface|
|UGS Platform||The nightly build of the next generation, feature packed version based on the Netbeans Platform|
Laser optimized GUI for Grbl http://lasergrbl.com
- Simple & Minimal Interface designed for Grbl v1.1
- jpg,bmp,png Image import (Image Vectorization, Grayscale Lines, Dithering 1bit)
- 2D Graphic preview for engraving/cutting (with grayscale mapping)
- Easy-To-Use Overrides control
- User defined buttons, power to you!
- Grbl Configuration Import/Export
- Configuration, Alarm and Error codes decoding for Grbl v1.1 (with description tooltip)
- Homing button, Feed Hold button, Resume button and Grbl Reset button
- Job time preview and realtime projection
- Jogging (for any Grbl version)
- Feed overrides (for Grbl > v1.1) with easy-to-use interface
- Multilangual: english, italian, german, french, spanish, danish and brazilian
Maintained by retired computer professional @gerritv, GrblPanel is a GUI that implements more advanced features and functionality commonly found in production machines like Haas, Fanuc, etc. All of the required tools for setting up and running a milling job are neatly arranged and designed to be easily accessible based on decades-old accepted workflows in machine shops. GrblPanel currently only works in Windows via .Net v4.5, but will eventually be updated for cross-platform use through Mono.
4xiDraw Tools Export G-code from Adobe Illustrator
4xiDraw sample images – Inkscape .svg sample image files
StippleGen is free and open source software, written in the Processing development environment. It comes ready to run on Mac, Windows, and Linux, and it is available for download here. The current version number is 2.31.
SquiggleDraw will create a SVG file from an image, using the brightness to change the amplitude of sine waves. It is easier to look at the examples below to better understand. 🙂