CNC Programming Jobs

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  • Hourly – 1 to 3 months – Less than 10 hrs/week – Posted
    Hi there I have a CNC Router table that needs someone who is able to program letters and numbers using a program called ArtCam express, The ArtCam express that I am using is a 2013 version. Here is the link to give you a better understanding of the program, http://www.artcam.com/express/ If this sounds like you please contact me. Thank you.........
  • Hourly – More than 6 months – 10-30 hrs/week – Posted
    Our company has been cutting gems via robots for several years. However, the robot maker we purchased from has gone under...and we need more robots. Thus, we are currently looking to build our own robotic gem cutting system and need an experienced robotics/CNC type programmer to assist us. Since this is a new system, we are flexible as to what programming language will be used to control the robot. Currently, the robots operate by running under Windows computer ...
  • Hourly – More than 6 months – Less than 10 hrs/week – Posted
    We are looking for someone to work with us long term to supplement our current engineers. We are looking for someone to specifically work with us on the programming and preparation of files we can send directly to our CNC. Some Details: To prepare supplied DXF Files to run directly in Masterwood CNC - Winner 2.45k This entails preparing the DXF file layers with Master Works version 4.3 Syntax Nesting patterns to accommodate material size, machine size and Pod ...
  • Fixed-Price – Est. Budget: $20.00 Posted
    The following files needs to be converted into a .dxf file for CNC Wood Mill work. The letters need to be raised not depressed.
  • Fixed-Price – Est. Budget: $11.00 Posted
    These letters be converted ASAP! to G Code in separate file with out the outline to be used with Mach 3 cmc software. Simple and ready to hire
  • Hourly – Less than 1 month – Less than 10 hrs/week – Posted
    You have valuable skills and can help make our business successful. We currently create designs in design software and then convert the image to a .dxf or .dwg file. We take the designs and use a laser cutter to cut the pieces out of steel. We have a lot of images that we would like to convert to vector files, specifically .dxf or .dwg, with smooth edges and minimal splines. Someone with experience in converting images from Illustrator, CorelDraw or ...
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