This unusually practical introduction to numerical control technology fully explains the most recent developments in machining and programming. Logically organized, CNC Machining and Programming begins with a review of basic concepts and principles and moves on to tooling, workholding, machine setting, speeds and feeds, and part programming before concluding with a discussion of advanced techniques. Both beginning and advanced readers will find a wealth of new information in this complete overview of CNC.A methodical approach to part programming is essential, and it is recommended that, even for a simple component, an operation ... code that require the program to be compiled using codes identified by letters, in particular G and M. Each code addresses, or directs, the item ... for example. In general they relate to slide motion control. Examples of commonly used G codes are as follows: GOO Rapid linearanbsp;...
|Title||:||CNC Machining and Programming|
|Author||:||Thomas M. Crandell, David Gibbs|