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PROGRAMMING OF COMPUTER NUMERICALLY
CONTROLLED MACHINES, Second Edition
By Ken Evans, John Polywka and Stanley Gabrel
2001, 7 x 10, Soft, Illustrated, 320pp
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Written in simple, easy-to-understand
language by skilled programmers with years of experience teaching CNC
machining to the industry and in formal education settings, Programming of
Computer Numerically Controlled Machines provides full descriptions of many
operation and programming functions and illustrates their practical
applications through examples. It provides in-depth information on how to
program turning and milling machines, which is applicable to almost all
control systems. It keeps all theoretical explanations to a minimum throughout
so that they do not distort an understanding of the programming. And because
of the wide range of information available about the selection of tools,
cutting speeds, and the technology of machining, it is sure to benefit
engineers, programmers, supervisors, and machine operators who need ready
access to information that will solve CNC operation and programming problems.
Contains new sections on CAD/CAM and
Conversational Programming that offer insight into the modern methods of CNC
programming. Includes an updated CNC controller representation in the
Operation Section. Thoroughly describes mathematical formula usage necessary
for creating programs manually. Provides practical examples and study
questions throughout, allowing users to demonstrate their proficiency.
Features improved blueprints and drawings recreated to ANSI standards in order
to improve clarity. Offers a glossary of terminology and useful technical data
and charts needed for effective programming. Illustrates how to create each
programming example through clear step-by-step presentations.
Part 1: General Information. Part 1 Study
Questions. Part 2: Operation. Control Panel Descriptions. Setting. Param.
DGNOS. Part 2 Study Questions. Part 3: Programming Numerically Controlled
Turning Centers. Tool Function. Practical Application of Tool Wear Offset.
Feed Function. Spindle Function. Programming of CNC Lathes in Absolute and
Incremental Systems. Program Creation. Preparatory Functions (G Functions).
Multiple Repetitive Cycles. Programming for the Tool Nose Radius. Application
of Tool Nose Radius Compensation (TNRC) G41, G42 and G40. Programming Examples
for Lathes. Part 3 Study Questions. Part 4: Programming Numerically Controlled
Machining Centers. Tool Function (T-Word). Feed Function (F-Word). Spindle
Speed Function (S-Word). Preparatory Functions (G-Codes). Miscellaneous
Functions (M Functions). Programming in Absolute and Incremental Systems.
Programming of Absolute Zero Point (G92). Program Creation. Subprogram.
Program End. The Link Between Functions G92 and G43. Explanation of the Safety
Block. Overview of Preparatory Functions (G Functions). Canned Cycle
Functions. Boring Cycles. Examples of Programming Numerically Controlled
Machining Centers. Part 4 Study Questions. Part 5: Computer-Aided Design and
Computer-Aided Manufacturing. Part 6: Conversational Programming. Appendix.
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