For the past week no matter what I am not able to download ANY cut-ready files from Fireshare. Changing from custom settings to as-is, etc… doesn’t change the outcome.
The browser will just spin for a few minutes trying to download and then the website will just timeout.
Anybody else having this issue or know a solution?
There have been 7 threads started on this subject in the last 8 days. It’s broken and Langmuir has not said anything about fixing it. @langmuir-reilly any news on this?
We’re aware of ongoing site issues affecting langmuirsystems.com – including FireShare – and are going to have a resolution applied soon.
However, we have not received reports of issues downloading cut-ready files; everyone that’s reached out to us has reported issues with registering new accounts. On our end, we have been able to download cut-ready files from FireShare without any problems. Could you please provide us with a link to the FireShare page where you are experiencing the issue?
There have been multiple reports on the forum of users not being able to download cut ready files. As stated by @gch619 above, when you click to download the files, you get the spinning wheel of death.
There are no issues downloading the non-cut-ready files, so I assume the problem lies in the popup form used to download the cut ready files.
Here is a link as requested.
Moose & Bear | FireShare | Langmuir Systems
I tried to download this “cut ready” file yesterday, as a test, and It just kept loading and never completed. Fire Dept | FireShare | Langmuir Systems
I have no problem downloading other files that are not “cut ready”
@gch619 Welcome to the forum.
In the mean time while fireshare get sort out let us know what files and parameters you are after and I am sure one of the member can put some files together for you.
This is the one I have been after trying to download 6 in flower | FireShare | Langmuir Systems
Here are the two I used for valentines this year.
Rose 2 tin.dxf (203.7 KB)
Rose 1 tin.dxf (137.6 KB)
One of them also happens to be the example I used for toolpath patterning in this video on twitch,
Hopefully that gets you going.