Cnc Machining and Programming: An Introduction

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Industrial Press, Jan 1, 2003 - Computers - 606 pages
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Offers expanded information on high-speed CNC machines and machining. Contains new information on linear slide drives, computer-assisted programming and 3D surfacing. Covers all aspects of CNC: machine construction, processing, tooling, programming, setup, and program prove-out. Includes an updated conversational control section with Hurco machine controls information. Provides actual and complete programming examples that are labeled and explained. Discusses processing, fixturing, tooling, and programming for computer numerical control. Demonstrates calculations used in CNC programming.

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An Introduction to the Concept of Computer Numerical Control
Machine Design
Tooling for Computer Numerically Controlled Machining

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