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This page gives you access to standard posts for common CNCs and controls. The posts provided here are only compatible with our products HSMWorks, HSMXpress, Inventor HSM, Inventor HSM Express, and Fusion 360, and while we try to make the posts work on most CNCs out of the box, there are many factors that can cause a post to not be compatible with your particular setup. When you use a new post make sure to test it carefully as the post might not match your particular CNC configuration and requirements. It is your sole responsibility to make sure you use components that are compatible with your CNC.
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