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Overview


Machining and CNC Technology is the first text written to fully integrate basic machine tool and CNC concepts throughout. Beginning in the first chapter, the differences between manually-operated and CNC equipment are shown and compared. The text is written for introductory courses, and does not assume previous machining background on the part of readers. Part I discusses the basics of today's integrated manufacturing world. In Part II students learn to safely set up and run manually operated equipment, always with the goal of transferring their skills to CNC systems. This part covers setups, safe operation, faultless program tryout and program writing, both with command codes and using CAM. CAD/CAM exercises are provided on CD-ROM, using the Mastercam® software program (student version). Finally, Part IV focuses on the future, highlighting technologies that have changed, and will continue to change, our manufacturing world.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780078298608
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies,Inc.
  • Publication date: 7/23/2004
  • Edition description: BK&CD-ROM
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 1070
  • Product dimensions: 8.68 (w) x 11.14 (h) x 1.70 (d)

Table of Contents


Part I Introduction to Manufacturing
Section 1 Professionalism in Manufacturing
Section 2 Math Skills Self-Review
Section 3 Reading Technical Drawings
Section 4 Introduction to Geometrics
Section 5 Before and After Machining
Section 6 The Science and Skill of Measuring - Five Basic Tools
Section 7 Single-Purpose Measuring Tools, Gages, and Surface Roughness
Section 8 Layout Skills
Part II Introduction to Machining
Section 9 Cutting Tool Geometry
Section 10 Drilling and Operations and Machines
Section 11 Turning Operations
Section 12 Mills and Milling Operations
Section 13 Precision Grinding Operations and Machines
Section 14 Technical Screw Threads
Section 15 Metallurgy for Machinists - Heat Treating and Measuring Hardness
Section 16 Job Planning
Part III Introduction to Computer Numerical Control Machining
Section 17 Coordinates, Axes, and Motion
Section 18 CNC Systems
Section 19 CNC Controls
Section 20 Operating a CNC Machine
Section 21 Program Planning
Section 22 Level-One Programming
Section 23 Level-Two Programming
Section 24 Setting Up a CNC Machine
Part IV Advanced and Advancing Technology
Section 25 Computer-Assisted Machining (CAM) Programming
Section 26 Advancing Technology
Section 27 Statistical Process Control (SPC)
Section 28 Computer Coordinate Measuring
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