Post the created contours with your default post processor. Afterwards, open the file with DragKnife to convert it into a specialized g-code for drag knives. After inspecting the outputted g-code, you are ready to use a drag knife on your CNC. For inspection, we recommend NC Viewer which can be also downloaded here in the app store.


Supported post processors: 

  • Biemmepi
  • CNC Router Parts 
  • Eding CNC
  • FlexiCAM
  • Grbl
  • Intelitek
  • LinuxCNC (EMC2) 
  • Mach3Mill
  • MultiCam ISO
  • Opticut
  • Thermwood 3-Axis
  • TinyG
  • Tormach PathPilot
  • WinCNC

Informationen zu dieser Version

Version 1.0.3, 07.07.2021
* Sorting out some G-Code parsing issues. * More stable on inline comments and cnc program (%) preamble.

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  • Who knows...
    Patrick Mangold | Mai 23, 2024 Geprüfter Download (Was ist das?)

    I was confident going into this reading all these great reviews. However after downloading this I tried several of the supported posts and none of them work quite right on my HAAS machine for various reasons. Tried reaching out to Peter for post support but haven't heard back. 

  • Great for .tap, not .pim
    Corey Zalewski | Januar 05, 2024 Geprüfter Download (Was ist das?)

    This worked great with my old machine. Is it possible to get this to work with .pim file extension as thats what the control box uses? 

    Michael Kulikowski | April 10, 2022 Geprüfter Download (Was ist das?)

    So, the plugin itself is amazing, the only problem is the memory/lock/hold on the file it's processing is not released so you can't post the file again without restarting Fusion. 


    It should be a simple fix...

  • Top Support
    Romano Verdieri | Januar 30, 2020 Geprüfter Download (Was ist das?)

    Got super fast response from Peter. He helped me to get the AddIn running even for a Postprocessor not natively supported by his Plugin. Great Support, thanks a lot

  • Works perfectly making clean drag knife cuts
    Jurie Pieterse | Januar 07, 2020 Geprüfter Download (Was ist das?)

    Before I couldn't easily get clean cuts with a drag knife out of Fusion 360. And I love Fusion 360 and didn't want to purchase a full software solution for this one small aspect. The Donek tools utility didn't always work well and was a lot of manual intervention.

    Thank goodness for this utility! Save yourself the hassle and just buy this add-in. It takes 10 minutes to learn how to use it and where to find it.

  • 5 stars for product, another 5 for Peter!
    David Walter | Juni 20, 2019 Geprüfter Download (Was ist das?)

    Peter has been incredible helping me get this working.  I'm using a post processor that wasn't supported.  Peter was lightning quick in responding, and went above and beyond to get this awesome add-in working for my particular machine and post processor.  Worth the money at 10x the price!  Great job!

  • Awesome!
    Vin Faraci | Mai 27, 2019 Geprüfter Download (Was ist das?)

    ive now had a chance to use this add on quite a bit. It works great and handles my design geometry very well. 

  • Good piece of software!
    Michael Kurz | Mai 03, 2019 Geprüfter Download (Was ist das?)

    I created my own trailing knife tool and want to be able to use it with fusion360. 
    I tried Donek tools software but without success. Most of my paths needs to be converted or
    reworked to get a proper cut. With DragKnife it works all out of the box. Nice!
    Question: Is it possible in a future update to get preset’s which hold all of my different adjustments?

    Peter Böker (Herausgeber) | Mai 08, 2019

    Good point! I am willing to evaluate the needs for that feature, but i agree that this will bring the user more time saving, productivity and repeatable results. Thank you!

  • Worth the money! Awesome support, thank you!
    Sandra Müller | April 29, 2019

    I had searching a long period of time to find a tool that brings me a full trailing knife workflow. With this add-on i can create knife pathes from fusion360 sketches or import a .dxf or .svg file. AND!!! It can handle arc's, no need to convert them into curves anymore! All together a really handy tool.

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