Introduction to computer numerical control

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Prentice Hall, 1993 - Technology & Engineering - 348 pages
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Putting all the elements together, this & book addresses CNC (Computer Numerical Control) technology in a comprehensive format that offers abundant illustrations, examples and exercises. It includes a strong foundation in blue print reading, graphical descriptions of CNC machine tools, a chapter on right triangle trigonometry and programming that uses Fanuc Controllers. It emphasizes program pattern recognition and contains completely solved programming examples and self-contained programming examples. Thoroughly updated for this edition, it includes two new chapters, four new appendices, and is bundled with Predator Simulation and Kwik Trig software. For CNC Programmers/Operators, Machinists, Process Engineers, Industrial Engineers, Shop Operators/Managers, Planners, Coordinators, Sales Personnel

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Contents

MODERN MACHINE TOOL CONTROLS
15
TOOLING FOR HOLE AND MILLING OPERATIONS
28
EXPLORING FEATURES OF CNC MACHINING CENTERS
51
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