OneCNC Series Updates

This is a history of all OneCNC updates.

You may notice sometimes there can be a jump in version numbers.

This is due to intensive and continual internal testing where we thoroughly test versions before releasing proven functional updates.

To download updates, see our OneCNC Updates page.

OneCNCXR2 7.66

Update OneCNCXR2 V7.66 released July 26 2006

This only applies to OneCNCXR2 not for any previous releases or versions.

This update does have a New feature and some adjustments and refinements to the software.

The new feature applies to OneCNCXR2 Profiler Software Versions only.

This again has been based on user reports and our continuing internal quality control testing.

This functionality is new:

OneCNCXR2 Profiler Version of the software there is now the ability to reverse cut the nested parts in the CAM.

There are many language fixes for Spanish German Danish Polish and Japanese.
These language fixes apply to all versions of the software.

OneCNCXR2 Lathe Version

The comma decimal feed rate in lathe threading was addressed this only affects the German Version.

OneCNCXR2 Mill (all milling)Versions

There was an adjustment made to the pocket function depth of cut in mill because some users were found to be using negative values.

There was a modification made to the Helix function to allow it to be used at positions other than X Y Zero positions.

OneCNCXR2 Mill Professional and Expert Versions

The Single drilling ability added to the functionality of 4 and 5 axis.

The update is available now from the update server.


OneCNCXR2 7.62

Update OneCNCXR2 V7.62 released 18 June 2006.

This update does have New features and some adjustments and refinements to the software.

This applies to all:

OneCNCXR2 Milling versions

OneCNCXR2 Lathe Versions.

This update has been based on user reports and our continuing internal quality control testing.

This functionality is new:

OneCNCXR2 Milling version

Profile function using Machine Cutter Comp.

This now has complete ability for back plot and simulate accurately the machine movements of entry and exit. This will make critical movements of the machine far more visual and accurate to what the actual machine movements are.

OneCNCXR2 Lathe Versions

Lathe Tool Turret position control (Tool Change)

The lathe has a new dialog for the control of this.

The update is now available from the automatic update server.

The Extrude function was added to the OneCNCXR2 Lathe version modeling.

The pitch output in Lathe Threading cycles was modified to accept decimals in the German version instead of commas.

The G71 and G72 cycles were modified to have a rapid move on the first line of the cycle to make for a more efficient cycle move.

The G71 and G72 Cycles were modified yo have the ability just to number the first and last line of the cycle instead of every line. The ability is still also there is every line numbering is required.

The G76 or G92 Threading cycles "I" value was modified to always be a negative value for OD threads and a positive value for ID threads.

The Turn Face function was modified to support G41 Cutter Comp using Left Hand cutters over the back of a boss as an example.

If there is a problem downloading just try again later because the server may be busy and may tell you it can find the file or such.

We still get users jumping on the server to update previous OneCNC versions thinking that there are new features. All previous versions to OneCNCXR2 are finalized and do not receive new features or functionality.

To get the latest technology and you do not have OneCNCXR2 you need to contact your sales office about the OneCNCXR2 because these updates are only for OneCNCXR2.


OneCNCXR2 7.57

Update 7.57 released June 2006

There is no new functionality in this version above 7.51 however some things have been modified in the sense of keas of use and other revisions to take care of a few operational problems due to the new functionality

Pocketing first pass was adjusted.

Profile single pass is now active.

Many other adjustments were made to clear all reported issues in the new functionality.

Select a tool has had slight changes to the functionality.
When you select a new tool the offsets will always be the same as the tool number.
They will only change if edited manually by the user and then they will get saved for that operation.

If you select a new tool the offsets will then be again the same as the tool and would need to be edited again if a user requires different offsets.

This means if you don't edit your offsets they will always be the same as your tool number.