CS-Lab is a manufacturer of CNC control systems, most of all well know and popular in the world market CSMIO/IP motion controllers but also simDrive AC servo drivers and own CNC software – simCNC.

CSMIO Series

CS-Lab is one of the leading motion controllers manufacturers. Our company is mostly known for the CSMIO series, consisting of CSMIO/IP controllers and expansion modules, which provide efficiency, stability, and flexibility, while also assuring precision and speed previously unavailable for devices in this price sector. CSMIO/IP controllers use CS-Lab’s own control software simCNC, which guarantees high speed and great dynamics of work. They also support Mach3 and Mach4 software.


simDrive a servo drive for CNC control systems. Due to the relatively narrow range of application configuration process is simplified so a user – operator doesn’t have to break through all the dozens of parameters which he won’t use anyway.


SimCNC is a software that provides dynamics and precision of motion not seen before in other CNC control software. The program allows machine to be fast, dynamic and precise. It also ensures the treatment process is smooth and steady, which highly affects processing time, as well as extends the life of tools and of mechanics of a machine. Characteristics of SimCNC were achieved by the S-curve profile and the implementation of sophisticated algorithms for motion trajectory optimization.

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SimCNC Updates

SimCNC Updates

If you have not used the simCNC 3.410 so far, backup your profile before installing it, because the simCNC 3.410 profile is incompatible with earlier simCNC versions.

Comparison of tapping options in Mach3 and Mach4

Comparison of tapping options in Mach3 and Mach4

Tapping in Mach4 works in a different way than Mach3. Mach3: M84 is rigid tapping, and it is done only by a CSMIO/IP motion controller as a fully autonomous feature. During rigid tapping in Mach3, the Z-axis position is synchronized with a current spindle position....


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