GPX was created by Dr. Henry Thomas (aka Wingcommander) in April 2013
GPX is a post processing utility for converting gcode output from 3D slicing software like Cura, KISSlicer, S3DCreator and Slic3r to x3g files for standalone 3D printing on Makerbot Cupcake, ThingOMatic, and Replicator 1/2/2x printers - with support for both stock and sailfish firmwares. My hope is that is little utility will open up Makerbot 3D printers to a range of new and exciting sources and utilities for 3D printing input.
sudo apt-get install gpx
- Download a release .zip file from GPX releases
- Copy gpx.exe from the .zip file to somewhere on your path.
If you'd prefer an installer, you may want to install GPX via GpxUi
- Download a release .dmg file from GPX releases
- Open up the .dmg file and drag the gpx application to /usr/local/bin or somewhere on your PATH
or via homebrew:
brew install gpx
or with a GUI:
You need to have the GNU tools already installed and configured on your machine.
For Windows, mingw or cygwin. For Linux,
sudo apt-get install build-essential. For Mac, perhaps: Xcode menu > Preferences > Downloads >
Command Line Tools.
git clone https://github.com/markwal/GPX cd GPX mkdir build cd build ../configure make sudo make install
Copyright (c) 2013 WHPThomas, All rights reserved. Additional changes Copyright (c) 2014, 2015 DNewman, MWalker All rights reserved.
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details.
gpx [-CFdgilpqrtvw] [-b BAUDRATE] [-c CONFIG] [-e EEPROM] [-f DIAMETER] [-m MACHINE] [-N h|t|ht] [-n SCALE] [-x X] [-y Y] [-z Z] IN [OUT] Options: -C Create temporary file with a copy of the machine configuration -F write X3G on-wire framing data to output file -N Disable writing of the X3G header (start build notice), tail (end build notice), or both -d simulated ditto printing -g Makerbot/ReplicatorG GCODE flavor -i enable stdin and stdout support for command line pipes -l log to file -p override build percentage -q quiet mode -r Reprap GCODE flavor -t truncate filename (DOS 8.3 format) -v verbose mode -w rewrite 5d extrusion values CONFIG: the filename of a custom machine definition (ini file) EEPROM: the filename of an eeprom settings definition (ini file) DIAMETER: the actual filament diameter in the printer MACHINE: the predefined machine type some machine definitions have been updated with corrected steps per mm the original can be selected by prefixing o to the machine id (or1, or1d, or2, or2h, orx, ot7, ot7d) c3 = Cupcake Gen3 XYZ, Mk5/6 + Gen4 Extruder c4 = Cupcake Gen4 XYZ, Mk5/6 + Gen4 Extruder cp4 = Cupcake Pololu XYZ, Mk5/6 + Gen4 Extruder cpp = Cupcake Pololu XYZ, Mk5/6 + Pololu Extruder cxy = Core-XY with HBP - single extruder cxysz = Core-XY with HBP - single extruder, slow Z cr1 = Clone R1 Single with HBP cr1d = Clone R1 Dual with HBP r1 = Replicator 1 - single extruder r1d = Replicator 1 - dual extruder r2 = Replicator 2 (default) r2h = Replicator 2 with HBP r2x = Replicator 2X t6 = TOM Mk6 - single extruder t7 = TOM Mk7 - single extruder t7d = TOM Mk7 - dual extruder z = ZYYX - single extruder zd = ZYYX - dual extruder fcp = FlashForge Creator Pro SCALE: the coordinate system scale for the conversion (ABS = 1.0035) X,Y & Z: the coordinate system offsets for the conversion X = the x axis offset Y = the y axis offset Z = the z axis offset IN: the name of the sliced gcode input filename OUT: the name of the X3G output filename specify '--' to write to stdout Examples: gpx -p -m r2 my-sliced-model.gcode gpx -c custom-tom.ini example.gcode /volumes/things/example.x3g gpx -x 3 -y -3 offset-model.gcode