John Larson
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SourceRabbit stops support of the “classic” GCode Sender

ATHENS, GREECE - Jun 21, 2021 - We announce that as of today, SourceRabbit, stops supporting the open source GCode Sender software.

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The course of SourceRabbit GCode Sender began in 2015 when Nikos Siatras, CEO of SourceRabbit, decided to build the controllers of the company's CNC machines, on the GRBL firmware. From 2015 until 2021, the GCode Sender was improved and acquired new features that were fully compatible with the CNC machines we manufacture. At the beginning of 2021 we started to build a new multi-axis software, GCode Sender 4-Axis, which replaced the "classic" GCode Sender and which we will fully support from now on.

The code of GCode Sender will remain on Github to anyone who wants to see or use the code.

About SourceRabbit:

SourceRabbit is a company headquartered in Greece, manufacturing CNC machine tools and software. Initially, the company was a software house that offered custom mobile, web, desktop and back-end software solutions.

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About GCode Sender:

GCode Sender is a CNC control software developed by SourceRabbit from 2015 to Jun 13, 2021. It is open source and has been published on GitHub under the GPL-3.0 License.

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About GCode Sender 4-Axis:

GCode Sender 4-Axis was initially launched in April 2021. It is a Control Software for CNC Mills, Routers, Lasers and Plasma Cutters running with the GRBL Firmware. It is cross platform, has a user-friendly user interface (UI) and it is optimized to work with up to 4-Axis CNC machines. GCode Sender 4-Axis was initially launched on.

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