.MIN File Extension
- Developer by: Okuma
- Category: CAD Files
- Format: Text
What are .MIN files and how to open them?Can't open .MIN file? Are you wondering what it contains? On our site we will explain to you what this file is, what it is used for and what software opens the .MIN file.
What is a .MIN file extension?
.MIN file extension is created by Okuma. .MIN has been classified as CAD Files. The format of .MIN file is Text.
.MIN is Okuma CNC Program File
File used by Okuma CNC (Computer Numerical Control) machines, such as lathes; saves an NC program that instructs the machine how to move and mill a part; can be edited with a text editor or CNC editor and then run via a connected computer.
MAX Interchange Notation File
File used by Printed Circuit Board (PCB) programs, such as eM-Test Expert, that design and test electronic boards; contains ASCII data converted from OrCAD that defines the layout of a PCB; includes information such as drill coordinates, pad placement, and grid size.
NOTE: eM-Test Expert was formerly known as FABmaster.
Pokemon Mini File
A MIN file is a file used by various emulators of Pokemon Mini, a Pokemon-themed handheld game console released by Nintendo in 2001. It may contain a game ROM, which includes all the contents of a Pokemon Mini game, or BIOS firmware.
MIN files are used for the emulation of Pokemon Mini on a computer. Some examples of Pokemon Mini emulators include PokeMini, which can be used in Windows and Linux, and RetroPie, which can be used in Windows.
To install a ROM stored in a MIN file in RetroPie, place the ROM MIN file in the following path:
To add BIOS firmware stored in a MIN file in RetroPie, place the BIOS MIN file in the following path:
/home/pi/RetroPie/BIOSCommon MIN Filenames
bios.min - Name of the MIN file that contains BIOS information.
Mint Source File
File created for Freemacs, a text-editor used by the FreeDOS operating system; contains MINT (Mint Is Not Trac) string-oriented programming language.
MINT is a version of TRAC text-based programming language. It's an extension language used by Freemacs.
The FreeDOS operating system is very similar to the old MS-DOS but is more versatile. The latest version of Freemacs is 1.6g.
NOTE: Freemacs is partially compatible with GNU Emacs, a more popular text-editor.