Yes, if thats the program I think, I too bought it. The dxf's were terrible and had lines crossing all over.
I went one day, looking for a bug fix.. I saw there was one, but it was $40.00 for the bug fix. I then decided to
write GM....I do not like being ripped off. Software should provide value. Bugs I expect, god knows I make a lot of them myself,
but I try not to, and I try to correct quickly when I can. I also dont charge for bugs.
A gear program will never pay for itself. I figure I make a couple dollars an hour for GM.. but thats OK, I love it, my users tend to as
well , and thats good enough for me. If it one day becomes a sucessful
l business model, great, if not..grea
Same motto I had with Mach3. CNC software of the day was out of my price range, was hard to use, and I decided to put my code where my mouth was
and take over the market. Beware anyone that overcharg
es me for software.
. I may decide you dont deserve the market you have..no matter how small. Give me a year or so,
and I will replace you, and learn a lot myself..t
hats always worth the effort.. LOL