LinuxCNC (the Enhanced Machine Control) might be a bit more popular than PyCAM. We know about 1 link to it since March 2021 and only 1 link to PyCAM. We are tracking product recommendations and mentions on Reddit, HackerNews and some other platforms. They can help you identify which product is more popular and what people think of it.
Which pycam are you talking about? Http://pycam.sourceforge.net/ From what I can see is written in python 2 & so not compatible with current versions of python, so unless you want a project to get an old version of python running on your machine and not breaking anything else, is a no go. - Source: Reddit / 4 months ago
If you are basically just a CNC operator they will take about the same amount of time to learn how to run them. LinuxCNC however may take a little more time configuring the system depending on features. You will definitely learn a bit more about how your machine operates configuring LinuxCNC since you have to compute a few settings based on your screw pitches and latency jitter of your PC. The calculators and... - Source: Reddit / 5 months ago
Mach3 - Mach3 is very popular among the Hobby CNC community.
Autodesk ArtCAM - ArtCAM is a cad/cam software program thats been designed for artisans instead of engineers.
Edgecam - The industry standard CAD neutral Production CAM system
Vectric Aspire - The complete software solution for CNC Routing,
SolidCAM - The ‘Best-in-Class’ CAM Solution for Efficient & Profitable CNC-Programming Inside Your CAD
Blender CAM - Blender CAM is an open source solution for artistic CAM - Computer aided machining - a g-code...