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.

OneCNCXP 5.42

OneCNCXP 5.42 is released please download.

CAM Inverse Settings:
This update provides for new cam settings for machines that require inverse I and J commands.

Arcs as Lines:
A tolerance has been added for cutting arcs as lines to enable less code for roughing.

The rendering type selection in the rendering window has been modified to prevent scrolling.

Print setting have now saved so if you always like to print 1:1 this is now saved.

Exporting files from OneCNCXP in DXF layer names have been modified to only output alpha and numeric to max 32 char due to the limitations of Autocad DXF.
If you use layer names like 1/2" T1 steel plate this will now read 1_2__T1_steel in Autocad after importing having the / " and spaces replaced with underscores.

Angle line now has a default of 1 in line length.

Rectangle drawing has been corrected in adding fillet to the corners of the rectangle.

Contact your sales office for a link to download.


OneCNCXP 5.40


This update rectifies surfacing true type fonts and solid fonts particularly lower case i and j that was reported in the forum but also includes advanced technology to deal with bad characters were possible in many font sets.

Chain Gap:
Setting chain-gap in properties was adjusted as well.

Contact your sales office for the link to download.


OneCNCXP 5.39

This update has now has the feed rate in automatic/custom cycles set to the feed rate entered.

A new feature plunge rate adjustment:
In the tool wizard when you see the plunge feed rate setting and you want your plunge feed-rate to be 50 percent of the feed-rate just type in 50% and it will be automatically calculated at that percentage.

The default plunge rate will then always be 50% unless you change it by entering another percentage.

This will apply to all plunge rates.
It does not apply to drilling rates or machine cycles and automatic/custom cycles which are all classified as feed rates not plunge rates.

Contact your sales office for the link.