Computer Numerical Control: Operation and Programming

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Prentice Hall, 2001 - Technology & Engineering - 530 pages
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This new edition updates and improves a solid introduction to the principles, operations, and programming of computer numerical control (CNC) machinery. There is also an addition of controllers by Fanuc and Mazatrol. This expands the coverage of most major types. There is also an expanded coverage of Bridgeport Ezpath and Mastercam and the readers can learn how the newest software works. Information on the latest quality control standards has been added, including ISO 9000. It also includes updated coverage of electrical discharge machines (EDM), with thorough introduction to conversational programming.

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Jon Stenerson is an instructor in the Automated Manufacturing Systems Technology Program at Fox Valley Technical College in Appleton, Wisconson. He has been an instructor there for twenty six years and has more than twenty five years of experience in the field of automation. Mr. Stenerson has written more than six books and is a journeyman tool maker. He has a Bachelors Degree in Business Administration and a Masters Degree in Vocational Education. Jon Stenerson has been immersed in the automation/manufacturing/plc field of study for many years and brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to QUICK START TO PROGRAMMING ALTERNATIVE CONTROLLOGIX LANGUAGES, 1E.

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