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Overview

Using a practical, step-by-step approach and language that is easy for beginners to understand, this book gradually develops the most fundamental concepts in CNC (Computer Numerical Control) technology--with a focus on word address (G and M code) programming for the industry standard Fanuc controllers. Features over 85 completely solved, thoroughly tested programming examples--each program conveniently listed with all explanations appearing on the same page. Contains an abundance of flowcharts, Illustrations, and photographs, and a full chapter on right-triangle trigonometry. Modern Machine Tool Controls. Tooling for Hole and Milling Operations. Exploring Features of CNC Machining Centers. Basics of Blueprint Reading for CNC Programmers. Mathematics for CNC Programming. An Overview of CNC Shop Activities. Word Address Programming. Programming Hole Operations. Programming Linear Profiles. Programming Circular Profiles. Programming with Cutter Diameter Compensation. Programming with Subprograms. Introduction to the CNC Lathe. Fundamental Concepts of CNC Lathe Programming. Techniques and Fixed Cycles for CNC Lathe Programming. Modern Computer-Aided Part Programming. Elements of the Computer-Controlled Factory. Appendices cover safety shop rules; G and M codes for Fanuc controllers; recommended speeds and feeds for drilling, milling, and turning; important, easy-to-use machining formulas; glossary of CNC terms. For anyone wanting to learn the basics of Computer Numerical Control, particularly word address programming for Fanuc controllers.
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Provides basic training in computer numerical control (CNC) in modern manufacturing. Important mathematical principles are reviewed before programming is presented, and recognition of patterns in programming commands is emphasized. Coverage includes modern machine tool controls, CNC machining centers, CNC shop activities, programming for different types of operations, and CNC lathe programming. An effort has been made to use language that is easy for beginners to understand. Includes a wealth of b&w diagrams, schematics, and flow charts, plus chapter objectives, summaries, and review exercises. B&w photos show men and women operating machinery. New media for storing CNC programs are presented in this second edition. A chapter on basics of blueprint reading is also new. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780130142962
  • Publisher: Pearson Education
  • Publication date: 8/12/1999
  • Edition description: Older Edition
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 458
  • Product dimensions: 8.49 (w) x 11.19 (h) x 0.92 (d)

Table of Contents

Preface
Acknowledgments
1 Introduction to Computer Numerical Control Manufacturing 1
2 Modern Machine Tool Controls 15
3 Tooling for Hole and Milling Operations 28
4 Exploring Features of CNC Machining Centers 51
5 Mathematics for CNC Programming 65
6 An Overview of CNC Shop Activities 77
7 Word Address Programming 88
8 Programming Hole Operations 99
9 Programming Linear Profiles 117
10 Programming Circular Profiles 141
11 Programming With Cutter Diameter Compensation 171
12 Programming With Subprograms 190
13 Introduction to the CNC Lathe 217
14 Fundamental Concepts of CNC Lathe Programming 231
15 Techniques and Fixed Cycles for CNC Lathe Programming 255
16 Modern Computer-Aided Part Programming 289
17 Elements of the Computer-Controlled Factory 312
Appendix A
Important Safety Precautions 323
Appendix B
Summary of G Codes for Milling Operations (Fanuc Controllers) 326
Summary of G Codes for Turning Operations (Fanuc Controllers) 327
Summary of M Codes for Milling and Turning Operations (Fanuc Controllers) 328
Appendix C
Recommended Speeds and Feeds for Drilling 330
Recommended Speeds and Feeds for Milling 331
Recommended Speeds and Feeds for Turning 332
Appendix D
Summary of Important Machining Formulas 333
Glossary 335
Index 343
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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 2, 2001

    Informative book

    We bought this book recently for our company in San Diego. We needed some cnc trainers. This book is nice and it has some nice exampels but the cnc programming exampels discussed are not very advanced for such expensive book. I see some minor mistakes in it but it is a good book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 27, 2001

    I am surprised this book isn't near the top of the sales charts

    This text is very well suited toward beginner to intermediate students and programmers. It contains some relevant chapters on trigonometry, metallurgy, cutting tool theory and geometry and blueprint reading. This book is more than adequate for several tech courses. The programming examples are accurate and well explained.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 5, 2001

    Good book, but not enough CNC data for the price

    Nice book for schools but not quite enough CNC info present to help industry professionals. It reads like a book written by teachers not CNC programmers, which has its' pros and cons. A well written work that is suitable for colleges but too pricey for what you get.

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