Android cnc apps

 

The coolest design for a Robotic arm, fully controllable and programable with an Android App (Armdudroid in Play Store).

It uses Arduino Uno, 4 MG995 or MG996R servo, 1 micro 9g servo, bluetooth connection, sensor shield V5 and a Lipo Battery. NO MORE COMPONENTS, it is easy and extremly cheap.

Download SKP+STL+DXF to get the ARM and the rest to support Plugins. THE BEST PLUGIN SOLUTION FOR A DOMESTIC ROBOTIC ARM.

Android cnc apps

TBH there all crap and none are worth the download, now if you had an apple iphone and search the app store you would find far better apps that meet most machining ...

Android Training and Tutorials. Learn how to create an Android app by following along with the pros in these video tutorials. Build Android apps from scratch or ...

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The coolest design for a Robotic arm, fully controllable and programable with an Android App (Armdudroid in Play Store).

It uses Arduino Uno, 4 MG995 or MG996R servo, 1 micro 9g servo, bluetooth connection, sensor shield V5 and a Lipo Battery. NO MORE COMPONENTS, it is easy and extremly cheap.

Download SKP+STL+DXF to get the ARM and the rest to support Plugins. THE BEST PLUGIN SOLUTION FOR A DOMESTIC ROBOTIC ARM.

Seems like every pocket these days has a smart phone in it.  Machinists are no exception.  Here’s our short list of recommended Android apps for machinists in no particular order:

The strength of this app is it’s simplicity.  It has simple calculations for milling, turning and a handy scrolling tap drill chart.  The navigation needs a little bit of tweaking though.  For example, filling out one field and pressing the “next” button takes you to a totally unrelated field.  We’re hoping an update would fix this along with adding a metric tap chart.  Overall, not a bad app for a first time developer. Download it here

The title says it all, but dig deeper and the nice thing about this app is the ability to save your machine’s max RPM, max IPM and max HP.  With this information stored, simply plug in some details about your cutter and the type of material you want to cut and the app figures out your starting figures for RPM, feedrate, radial and axial DoC and required HP.   It’s up to you to verify and tweak the numbers for your application.  Overall, very nice app.  Here’s a link to the free version, but the pro version is definitely worth the $1.99.

Mini CNC Laser Engraver is a portable freeware computer numerical control (CNC) interface for an ultrasimple laser engraving machine, complete with schematics and instructions for building just such a machine out of scraps like DVD parts. We didn't build or test the laser engraver, but the job seems simple enough, based on past experience with kits and similar projects, and the software certainly seems up to the task of controlling it. We examined Mini CNC Laser Engraver to satisfy our curiosity.

The average high school computer lab is full of kids who could easily handle this project, and we don't doubt that this nifty little CNC control software could be used to control all kinds of devices. The software and plans are free, and the parts probably are, too, if you salvage them from junked players. We didn't build it, so we can't swear that it works, but one thing we can say with confidence: it looks like fun!