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2:29 CNC programmes,codes, machines information available.Think of giving any series of step-by-step instructions. A CNC program is nothing more than another kind of instruction set. It's written in sentence-like format and the control will execute it in sequential order, step by step. For More Information On Asset Management Please Visit
6 Jun 2010
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The CNC market in the European region is projected to grow at a significant rate during the forecast period, owing to the rise in adoption of technology, and increase in import/export activities in European countries
23 Jan 2017
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14 1/2" x 48" Used Clausing Engine Lathe, Mdl. 1501, 3 Jaw Chuck, Variable Speed, Tool Post. #9036 Visit For More Engine, Precision, Second Operation Lathes and more. Lathes are used metalworking, metal spinning. A lathe works by putting the material in place by either one or two centers and a chuck, at least one of which can be moved horizontally to accommodate varying material lengths. We carry many different types of used lathes. Engine Lathes are the most popular and can be used for a multitude of task such as most solids of revolution, plane surfaces and screw threads or helices. Precision Lathes like Hardinge, Monarch, Harrison, Acra, can hold great tolerances up to 0.000002. Second Operation lathes which have production turrets and Production Cross slides. Finally, CNC Lathes, which are Computer Numerical Controlled, and can vastly speed production and set up time. With a CNC Lathe you can program your job and the control saves the information to use later, this helps reduce operator error and set up. Please contact us today if you need any Used Lathes. 626-444-0311
27 Oct 2009
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13 Feb 2013
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June 2008, National SkillsUSA Precision Machining Contest, Washington State Contestant, Bronze Medal Winner The 2008 national Bronze Medalist is Brian Harbeck, who completed a two-year precision machining course at Sno-Isle TECH Skills Center in Everett, WA, instructor Tom Clemans. Brian is a 2008 graduate from Snohomish High School in Snohomish, WA. The precision machining contest is based on NIMS (National Institute for Metalworking Skills) standards for machining and manufacturing, and is a very rigorous contest. On Wednesday of conference week, the contestants take a two-hour written. They are then introduced to the contest site where they have a couple hours to become familiar with the machines that will be used in the contest. On Thursday, the contestants perform the hands-on portion of the contest. It is divided up into six major sections, each of which is allotted one hour and 20 minutes. The major contest sections are: Manual milling machine Engine lathe (manual turning machine) Precision surface grinder and drill press Quality control, workpiece inspection CNC (computer numerical control) mill programming CNC lathe programming In addition, the ability to communicate verbally using proper industry terminology is also evaluated during the competition. For each section in which a machined part is made, points are awarded for each correct dimension. A part need not be completed in order to have one or more dimensions within the specified dimension tolerance. The allowed size tolerance for many of the dimensions is ± .005 (5/1000) inch. (A piece of normal printer paper is .004 inch thick, which means the allowed size variation of a "legal" part is very very tiny.) Dozens of companies and individuals have donated time, machines, materials, and software for this contest. In addition, dozens of individuals have taken personal time off work and provided and paid for their own transportation and conference expenses in order to be contest judges. EVERY PERSON AND COMPANY WHO MADE THIS CONFERENCE AND COMPETITION POSSIBLE DESERVES OUR MANY, MANY THANKS!!! For more information on SkillsUSA, go to their website:
21 Aug 2008
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Me Umair Dar n my group members Ahsan Latif and Haris Khan made this machine in our engineering final year project which is the automation of Milling machine through computer numeric computer (CNC). Using the application of engraving, drilling n cutting of PCBs. This video is the demonstration of drilling of PCB. I hope that you will like this demo. Special thanks to Azam Latif and Adeel Ashfaque Contact:
1 Sep 2009
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Baileigh offers a mandrel bender line with thirty-seven different models to choose from. We offer NC (numerically controlled) and CNC (computer numerically controlled) machines to choose from depending on the application at hand. The NC mandrel benders use a numerical controller that stores the called upon program and controls the bender functions and bend angles for that specific program. With NC machines there is some operator input required, like moving the tubing to the next bend location and rotating the bend to the next plane of bend angle required. It is however, extremely accurate to .1 degree and being NC costs less upfront money than CNC. An NC mandrel exhaust bender is perfect for producing turbo, air intakes, headers, exhaust and chassis for race cars, marine, or for out fitting semi trucks. The CNC mandrel bender line uses a computer controller coupled to hydraulics and servo motors that controls the entire bend process once the tube is put on the machine. We offer mandrel benders with multiple axis and roll bending features for larger sweeping bends that would be apparent in furniture. We offer a CNC mandrel tube bender for most applications up to 8-1/2 OD. Our tube bending equipment can bend as tight as ½ the diameter for certain applications. These machines are perfect for large bend houses, hydraulic suppliers, automotive, furniture manufacturers, and much more. Please enter the mandrel bender type you require to find out which machine fits your requirements. Call your Baileigh representative for a detailed quotation regarding your specific applications. Our engineers are very literate in mandrel benders and typically can have your project properly engineered within 24-48 hours. We carry several of these machines in stock for quick turnarounds.
6 Dec 2009
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5:02 MET graduates have an array of responsibilities, often playing vital roles in the design, development, testing and manufacturing of machinery, mechanical parts and other equipment. Graduates design products, create prototypes, test materials and program computers for Computer Numerical Controlled (CNC) machines and operations. Graduates hold job titles such as mechanical engineering technician, engineering technician, CAD/CAM technician or materials research and development technician. Machining Program... A specialization of Mechanical Engineering Technology at Texas State Technical College. The skills today's machinists must have— and the salaries they earn for those skills—might surprise you. Today's machinist must know precision machine tools and techniques for using them, computer-aided manufacturing, geometric design and computer numerical control programming, for starters. With those skills, today's machinists can earn entry-level salaries of $25,000-$28,000 per year, and look ahead at highly skilled tool and die makers' salaries—in the $85,000 per year range. Texas State Technical College 's Machining program has a proven track record for helping students acquire the skills to manufacture world class ultra-precision machined components ... the skills needed in the manufacturing sector to fill thousands of high-paying, secure positions. The Mechanical Engineering Technology program at Texas State Technical College Waco offers hundreds of opportunities to obtain practical, marketable skills with real applications in industry—from the details of creating your toothbrush to the machining of your vehicle's transmission. The MET curriculum covers manufacturing processes and materials, engineering mechanics, and machine and tool design. MET graduates learn to design, develop and build working prototypes of new products using the latest tools and techniques. The courses offer intense, real-world applications in Computer-Aided Design/Computer-Aided Manufacturing, referred to as CAD/CAM in industry, and instruction in state-of-the-art computer applications on some of the College's most powerful computer systems. Through a unique partnership with HAAS Automation, MET has established a regional training facility that enhances the learning experience. In this facility, you can learn Computer Numerical Controlled programming and operations.
24 Oct 2010
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