Mach3 was designed for simple hobby machines and still serves this purpose well. When quality, speed, and the ability to use or learn industrial style controls and methods are what is needed, Mach4 is the correct choice. While there was only one version of Mach3, Mach4 is offered in different versions. Each version of Mach4 is built upon the same core. The architecture of Mach4 is modular and allows for quicker development to expand the already large feature set that Mach4 offers. Mach4 has been in use on Industrial equipment running constantly for over two years.
The standard Mach4 installer contains the screens and profiles to run Mills, Drills, Lathes, Routers, Tangential knife, Plasma, Laser, and 3D Printer machines. The full list of machines being controlled by Mach4 is much longer, but these machines can quickly be setup with the profiles and screens available in the standard Mach4 installer. Press Brake is the next machine to get a full profile for easy setup.
Customers who use Microsoft AutoUpdate (MAU) to keep their Office applications up-to-date will see a "regular" monthly update notification when their selected channel is upgraded to 64-bit builds. Depending on which version is installed on the local computer, MAU will offer either a delta or full update. The update package size does not change between 32-bit and 64-bit versions. Also, MAU can deliver a delta update when applicable to update a user from 32-bit to 64-bit applications. Therefore, customers won't experience a sharp increase in download activity. For the release to the Production channel, customers will see "(64-bit)" in the update title to make them aware that this is a 64-bit update.
There may be situations in which the customer has to change code that's not 64-bit ready. If customers can't immediately move forward to 64-bit builds, we will make available a one-time 32-bit update for the 15.25 release in addition to the default 64-bit updates. The 32-bit updates will be available only for manual download from the Office CDN.
If you are interested in the free-of-charge demo version, we would appreciate very much if you register for our mailing list. Although this is not mandatory for downloading the software from below, we would like to be able to inform you by e-mail when updated versions have become available.
The software packages provided below can either be used to install the Match! demonstration version, as installers for the electronic delivery option, or to update for your existing Match! installation to the most recent version. The download packages contain the latest version of the COD-Inorganics reference database as well as the full documentation (manual and online help).
Without adding a license file the software installed from the download packages below serves as a demo version: The functionality is equivalent to the full version, the only difference being the time limitation: After you have installed the software for the first time it will work for 2 months. Once this evaluation period has passed you should purchase a license if you would like to continue using the software.
If you are updating from a Match! version 3.4.x (or earlier) and you are encountering any difficulties when installing or running the new version, please follow these instructions: First of all, please copy your license file "yourlicense.lic" from your current/old Match! program directory (e.g. C:\Program Files (x86)\Match3") to a safe place (e.g. a temporary directory). Afterwards, uninstall Match!, then make sure to manually remove all Match! program directories that might still exist. You are now ready to download and run the corresponding new version installer from the links below. Once you have installed the new version, please move your license file "yourlicense.lic" from the temporary directory back into the new Match! program directory. Please contact us if these hints did not help to run Match! on your computer!
Installation packages are available for Windows (64-bit, 32-bit and XP/Vista), macOS (Intel or Apple M1) and Linux (Intel 64-bit). Before downloading the appropriate installation package using the links in the table below, please read the corresponding file "Readme.txt" carefully, in order to learn about system requirements as well as how to install the software on the corresponding platform (especially in case of the Linux and Windows packages). Note that in any case you need administrator privileges to install the software!
The COD Inorganics reference pattern database (which can be downloaded below) can be used with Match! version 1.7 or higher. Please note, however, that the full COD reference database can only be used with Match! version 3 64-bit versions, because the central database file has become so large (> 2 GB) that it can no longer be accessed with earlier as well as 32-bit versions. The most recent full COD version that is still compatible with Match! version 1 has been released on January 4, 2016, and can be downloaded from here.
Installation instructions: First of all, download the compressed reference database file(s), by clicking on the corresponding file name (link) in the table below. When the download has finished, please unzip the contents of the zip-file(s) to the directory where you would like to save/create the new reference database.
In case of the full COD database provided as a splitted download file, please note that the content of the original zip-file is distributed to six separate files, in order to decrease the download size for each file. Hence, please make sure that you download all six files into the same directory. Afterwards, please extract (unzip) the file COD_20170703_Splitted.zip, using WinZip 10 (or later) or compatible archive tools. The contents of the files with extension .z01-.z05 will be extracted automatically then. In case of troubles when trying to extract the splitted zip-file, you should try to download the single COD download file instead.
Match! uses the well-known Rietveld program FullProf (J. Rodriguez-Carvajal, Physica B 192, 55 (1993)) to run Rietveld refinement calculations. You can download FullProf installers for all supported platforms (Windows, macOS, Linux and Linux 64-bit) either from the original FullProf download page or from below.
When the 64 bit version of Windows 10 is updated to build 1803 or higher, it will no longer allow Mach3 to use its DLLs, which causes Mach3 not to load! Solutions: 1) Make sure you download and run the newly patched version of Mach3 here. This fixes the issue and Mach3 will run fine! 2) It appears that this is not an issues with 32 bit Windows 10 (at least for the moment). 3) Windows 7 is immune to this problem. 4) Mach4 is safe from this problem. Here is a post on the MachSupport forums covering this issue.
This update is available through Windows Update. When you turn on automatic updating, this update will be downloaded and installed automatically. For more information about how to turn on automatic updating, see Windows Update: FAQ.
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Yes, you can use the Export Settings To PatchMyPC.ini button in the options menu to export the current settings. This will download and configure a file named PatchMyPC.ini in the same folder as PatchMyPC.exe. If the PatchMyPC.ini file is in the same folder as PatchMyPC.exe, the settings will be configured on a new PC.
If you are an outstanding developer in C++ or a beginner we can use your help. With a bit of determination, the IRC channel, Zulip chat and the Libre-CAD-dev mailing list, we can help you get started and make progress. All you need is linked in download section and top links above. Documentation Developers usually make bad documentation for users, so if you like making documentation, great! There have been extensive GUI changes in 2.1 series which need to be documented.
We encourage you to verify the integrity of the downloaded file using: the ASC file (OpenPGP compatible signature) with the KEYS file (code signing keys used to sign the product) the SHA256 or SHA512 files (checksum). 2b1af7f3a8