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29 Nov 2020 21:37 #190632 by manac
Axis or Gmoccapy was created by manac
Any difference in capability or overhead?
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29 Nov 2020 22:17 #190634 by snowgoer540
Replied by snowgoer540 on topic Axis or Gmoccapy

Any difference in capability or overhead?
Recommendations?

Thanks


I assume you're loading PlasmaC on top? There's a picture of what each looks like in the beginning of the PlasmaC user guide. I very much prefer Axis.

Otherwise, people using touch screens seem to prefer Gmoccapy. I find it difficult to navigate, but some seem to love it. Personal preference I guess.

To answer your question, there's no real performance difference to be gained by either.

One thing to consider is that Phill is working on a dedicated GUI for PlasmaC (Called QTPlasmaC). At some point after it's released development for Axis and Gmoccapy will stop. I should mention it will be based on 2.9 though.
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29 Nov 2020 22:25 #190635 by tommylight
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I very much prefer Axis.

Me to, on several machines. " :)
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30 Nov 2020 03:05 #190646 by manac
Replied by manac on topic Axis or Gmoccapy
Thanks, I’ll start with Axis as the base(?) for PlasmaC.
Table is done as well as the Z axis. Need to finish X and Y as well as wire the beast. And about a million other things.

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30 Nov 2020 05:12 #190648 by rodw
Replied by rodw on topic Axis or Gmoccapy
Gmoccappy is only a winner if you have a touch screen. Its a bit convoluted for Plasma with too many tabs to select but it is touch friendly.

I very much like Phil's new QTplasmaC and have run it as a SIM. Its pretty much able to be used now so when I have a spare weekend, I was going to give it a try on my plasma
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