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Numerically controlled machines

British Institute of Management.

Numerically controlled machines

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by British Institute of Management.

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Published by The Institute .
Written in English


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SeriesInformation notes -- No. 52.
The Physical Object
Pagination1 vol
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14064149M

Machine tools: The machine tools have undergone a dramatic shift in the last 20 years. Manual machines have given way to computer numerically controlled machines (CNCs). For clarity's sake a categorization based on the historical groupings will be offered. Each of these groupings has been altered by the advent of CNCs and the CNCs meld some. CNC machine tool is the abbreviation of Computer numerical control machine tools, which is an automatic machine tool with program control system. The control system is capable of logically processing a program having control code or other symbolic instruction specifications, decodes it, and uses a coded digital representation to input the.

  The essential features of numerically controlled machines have been established for many years. They comprise a controller, known as the machine control unit MCU, capable of reading and interpreting a stored program and using the instructions in this to control a machine .   Computer Numerical Control Machine and Computer Aided Manufacture Paperback – Aug by P. Radhakrishnan (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Paperback "Please retry" $ $ $ PaperbackAuthor: P. Radhakrishnan.

Introduces computer aided manufacturing (CAM) with emphasis on programming of numerical control machinery. Teaches program writing procedures using proper language and logic and a CAM programming system to produce numerical control code for machines. Teaches basic computer usage, 2 1/2D and 3D CAD-CAM integration, and code-to-machine transfer. The numerically controlled machine is really nothing more than a very obedient, non-thinking machine that will follow instructions with optimum speed, accuracy, and consistency without hesitation (7» p. 9)• Numerical control programming and operation are not the.


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