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CutUp Machine-It, for KitCAD (HTML version)

Wednesday, March 23rd, 2016

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Image above – completed testing of CutUp Machine-It, for KitCAD. Less then two days to write/recycle existing rX codes, and some 10 days of minor alterations to provide more ability and functional uses. Processing now consumes around 10 seconds for 230 lines. The processed data from this point can be further altered to suit manufacturing processes and provide an ability for custom changes (eg: door gaps, the door sizes may not include gaps). A solution in the form of filtering selection while processing to alter the filtered (eg: door) sizes inclusive of end-user supplied size (eg: sum of door gaps total could be expressed as a negative number and entered for the filtered size addition) is included to allow instant review and provide an ability for end-users to make changes on-the-go without having to edit Object Items, edit Volume values or edit processing templates.

Minor revision, help file (2Apr), and SDK information [PDF] (24Apr); The ‘DrillDown Machine-It‘ interface will reuse or be the same as the CutUp Machine-It code base and parts of the interface and is not included, read comments upon this post for more information in regards to Drill down and Processed Result/s Optimisation.

CutUp Machine-It, for KitCAD deployment to off-line KitCAD i3 KGC rX version installs and others occurred between April and May 2016. The May 1st is the Public release date however versions for all or some of the various target systems were released beforehand.

See post Comments (Below) for End-user help, developer notes, testing, and update information.

KitCAD i3 KGC 2014 maintenance upgrade

Saturday, May 17th, 2014

The 2014 maintenance upgrades for all versions of KitCAD i3 KGC has been uploaded with the release date of 27th May, 2014.

Updates to KitCAD i3 KGC include : (where applicable)
– X3DOM 1.5.0 – 1.5.1 -> 1.6.0 (not 2.0.0-dev, more information)
– X3DOM 1.6.0 – 2.0.0-dev -> 1.6.1 (more information)
– JQuery 1.7.1 – 1.10.2 -> 1.10.2 – 1.11.1
– Microsoft Silverlight.js 1.0 -> v5.1.20125.0
– Added surs ruby converter options for Trimble Sketchup Make 2013 and 2014 compatible output (w32/x86 versions will output older Google Sketchup ruby compatible code by default unless the file of _i3_surs.htm is altered by advanced user/s).
– Updated and re-compressed images for interface and help documents (helpful for SEO).
– Added sign-in method to OpenID consumer authentication.
– Minor corrections to archives files and file folder structure.
– Added links to view in HTML4.01 and XHTML1.0 on index page. The XHTML1.0 view does not support KitCADi3ie5.exe toolbar interface interactions – The XHTML1.0 view allows IE12 users to swap from VML to the more modern SVG display of plan view.

The 17th May 2014 upgrade for KitCAD i3 KGC r30/r35, and KitCAD i3 KGC r5/r50 versions which MUST be installed/reinstalled after, and can be found online at: r5/r50 2014 update release notice. The 27th July 2014 upgrade for KitCAD i3 KGC r30/r35, and KitCAD i3 KGC r5/r50 versions which MUST be installed/reinstalled after KGC_RPCL_3-5_5-0_XAMPP_Upgrade_Setup_2014.* can be found online at: r5/r50 2014_pt2 update release notice.

NOTE: Do not install / as existing KitCAD i3 KGC r30/r35, and KitCAD i3 KGC r5/r50 versions will fail to function afterwards (eg: no new object items will be drawn on plan; but kp2 files can be reloaded/viewed). If required, then re-install KitCAD i3 KGC r30/r35, and KitCAD i3 KGC r5/r50 versions (or backup and then restore the .htaccess file of /htdocs/library/i3).

The RadPHP XE, and HTML5 Builder Source RPCL files of KitCAD i3 KGC are not updated.

KitCAD users and some Web Browsers will need to clear Web Browser cache so that the updated files will be re-downloaded.

Server side CGI processing maintenance

Friday, December 28th, 2012

The online CGI system required for KitCAD i3 KGC and KitCAD i3 KGC r3 to operate and function correctly has required maintenance. Server side CGI processed webpages resulting in errors/bugs and undesired operation should now be corrected. Other scripting support like PHP, Python, Ruby systems did not require any maintenance.

On 28th DECEMBER 2012 (7:00AM AEST, or before) a CGI system failure started. The failure had to be resolved by NetSol Hosting Technical Support. Debug, Details and related information may be posted as comments.

See Site Status page for current server/site wide status information.

Please note that server/services may appear to turn-on again over time (or when Web Browsers catch is cleared).