If you work in, supervise or manage a shop that has lathes, mills, EDM, routers, burn tables etc, and you need or want to know more about CNC programming, this offer is for YOU! According to the 26th edition of Machinery's Handbook,
" Over 80 percent of the dollars being spent on the most common types of machine tools, namely drilling, milling, boring, and turning machines, are going to NC equipment-" ¥ Oberg, Erik, et al, Machinery's Handbook, Edited, Christopher, J. McCauley, Riccardo Heald, and Muhammed Iqbal Hussain' 26th ed. New York: Industrial P, 2000.¤
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7 Easy Steps to CNC Programming... Book II - Beyond the Beginning is a manual specifically created for NC programmers, engineers, supervisors and other personnel that support CNC operations.
This easy to understand learning aid was designed to maximize the readers retention. It features:
8 ½" by 11" single sided pages with generous amounts of white space for jotting down important notes.
A detailed table of contents for simple navigation and reference.
A detailed index that references all CNC commands discussed.
Spiral binding so it lays flat on any surface for convenient reading and note taking.
Dozens of illustrations and examples to clarify complex concepts.
Numerouscolor illustrations and examples to clarify complex concepts.
Most common CNC control codes covering a majority of CNC controls. Including many LATHE and MILL canned cycles
Utilizes every day non-technical examples to explain otherwise complex subjects.
Provides the necessary steps and instructions to go from a blueprint to a completed CNC program.
Why is it important for your employees to understand CNC programming? Consider the following:
Engineers can more easily design for manufacture.
Supervisors can be of greater support to operators. Managers/Supervisors can more reliably measure the quality of CNC programs.
Programmers using Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM) systems can more reliably desk check programs before sending them to the shop.
Managers/Supervisors can feel more confident when discussing CNC related issues.
Managers/Supervisors can garner more respect from CNC operators and programmers.
Well trained operators increase efficiency and profitability.
Well trained operators can more easily spot programming errors.
Well trained operators are less likely to scrap parts.
Well trained operators are less likely to have crashes and suffer personal injury.