From the author of the bestselling and universally praised Machine Shop Trade Secrets comes a new manual that does for CNC machining what the first book did for conventional machining. With this guide to proven CNC machine shop practices, you will be producing machine parts faster, with fewer errors, and with less labor. You'll discover that you don't have to know qeverything there is to knowq to make parts on CNC machines ? just as, for example, you don't have to know everything about Microsoft Word towrite a letter. Whether you are a shop owner, machinist, designer, or hobbyist, you will find yourself referring to this manual again and again. FREATURES YOU'LL FIND Includes over 100 four-color photos throughout. Easy-to-read steps for going from print to part using CAD/CAM equipment Useful techniques for holding and machining parts using CNC machines Ways to unravel the mysteries of using G-code Ways to avoid qCrashingq 3D CNC milling basics What CNC machines can and cannot do Solidworks challenges to improve your modeling skills Ideas for how engineers and designers can help machinists get the job done A potpourri of practical and proven machining tips and tricksThe sample program in Table 8-14 illustrates the rough moves for cutting this 3D angle. Normally I would never write anything like this manually. I would let the CAM software spit out the code for me. The program shows the G-code for theanbsp;...
|Title||:||CNC Trade Secrets|
|Author||:||James A. Harvey|
|Publisher||:||Industrial Press - 2014-09-25|