Frecuently asked questions

Common questions about Agilemaking’s CNC files

Here is a list of common questions that clients may have about CNC files, along with brief answers:

Q: What is a CNC file?

A: A CNC file is a set of instructions that tells a CNC machine how to move and cut material. CNC files are typically in G-code format, which is a programming language that is specifically designed for CNC machines.

Q: What types of CNC files do you offer?

A: We offer a variety of CNC file types, including G-code, STL, and STEP. G-code is the most common type of CNC file, and it is compatible with most CNC machines. STL and STEP are 3D model file formats that can be used to generate CNC files.

Q: How do I know if your CNC files are compatible with my machine?

A: We provide compatibility information for all of our CNC files. You can find this information on the product page for each file. If you are unsure whether a file is compatible with your machine, please contact us for assistance.

Q: How do I use your CNC files?

A: Once you have purchased a CNC file, you can download it to your computer and then transfer it to your CNC software for adjustments and post processing. The specific steps involved in transferring the file to your machine will vary depending on the type of CNC machine you have. Please consult your machine’s manual for more information.

Q: What if I have a problem with your CNC files?

A: If you have any problems with our CNC files, please contact us for assistance. We are always happy to help our customers get the most out of our products.

General questions around CNC machining

1. What is the difference between a G-code file and an STL file?

G-code is a programming language that tells a CNC machine how to move and cut material. STL is a 3D model file format that can be used to generate CNC files. STL files are typically converted to G-code using a CAM software program.

2. What materials can I use with your CNC files?

Most of our CNC files are designed for use with wood, but some files can also be used with other materials, such as plastic, metal, and foam. Please check the product page for each file for specific material compatibility information.

3. What tools do I need to use your CNC files?

The specific tools that you need will depend on the material that you are using and the type of CNC machine that you have. However, most CNC files can be cut using standard woodworking tools, such as a router bit or a drill bit.

4. How do I know if my CNC machine is powerful enough to cut your files?

The power requirements of your CNC machine will depend on the size and complexity of the file that you are trying to cut. However, most CNC machines are powerful enough to cut the files that we offer.

5. How long will it take to cut my CNC file?

The cutting time will depend on the size and complexity of the file, as well as the speed and feed rate that you use. However, most CNC files can be cut in a matter of minutes or hours.

6. How do I adjust the cutting speed and feed rate for my CNC file?

The cutting speed and feed rate are two of the most important parameters that affect the quality of your cut. The cutting speed is the speed at which the CNC machine moves, and the feed rate is the speed at which the cutting tool moves. The specific settings that you use will depend on the material that you are using, the type of tool that you are using, and the desired finish that you want to achieve.

7. What if I make a mistake while cutting my CNC file?

If you make a mistake while cutting your CNC file, you can usually fix it by adjusting the cutting speed and feed rate. However, if the mistake is too severe, you may need to start over.

8. How do I ensure that my CNC file is accurate?

The accuracy of your CNC file will depend on the quality of the 3D model that you use to create it. If the 3D model is not accurate, the CNC file will not be accurate either. It is important to use a high-quality 3D modeling software program and to carefully check the accuracy of your model before generating the CNC file.

9. What if I have a problem with your CNC file?

If you have any problems with your CNC file, please contact us for assistance. We are always happy to help our customers get the most out of our products.

10. What are the benefits of using CNC files?

There are many benefits to using CNC files, including:

  • Accuracy: CNC files can be used to create very accurate parts.
  • Speed: CNC files can be cut very quickly.
  • Versatility: CNC files can be used to cut a wide variety of materials.
  • Ease of use: CNC files are relatively easy to use, even for beginners.

Terms and conditions.

General Legal Terms

By using our website and purchasing our CNC files, you agree to the following general legal terms:

  • You are at least 18 years of age and legally capable of entering into a binding contract.
  • You will use our CNC files for lawful purposes only.
  • You will not distribute or resell our CNC files without our prior written permission.
  • You are responsible for ensuring that your CNC machine is powerful enough to cut our files and that you are using the correct tools and settings.
  • We are not responsible for any damage or injury caused by the use of our CNC files.

Please read our legal notice: http://agilemaking.com/legal-notice for more information on our general legal terms.

Terms and Conditions of Purchasing

When you purchase a CNC file from us, you agree to the following terms and conditions of purchasing:

  • All sales are final and non-refundable.
  • You will receive a download link for your CNC file immediately after purchase.
  • You are responsible for downloading and backing up your CNC file.
  • We reserve the right to change the price of our CNC files at any time without notice.

Please read our terms and conditions: http://agilemaking.com/terms-and-conditions for more information on the terms and conditions of purchasing, including our return policy.

Privacy Policy

We respect your privacy and we are committed to protecting your personal data. We will only collect and use your personal data in accordance with our privacy policy, which you can find here: http://agilemaking.com/privacy-policy.

If you have any other questions about CNC files, please do not hesitate to contact us.