CHANGEJS v.1.0

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Jaring Siemensma, of the Netherlands, has written his own version of a program to calculate the change gears needed to cut a particular thread. While similar to my CHANGE program, his is a Windows program and displays a nice pictorial output. Folks with metric lathes may find this program more convenient to use although it does accommodate the cutting of Imperial threads.

Jaring Siemensma, of the Netherlands, has ...

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  • CHANGEJS
  • 1.0
  • Marv Klotz
  • Win All
  • Freeware
  • 92 Kb
  • 116
  • Free
 
 

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