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CNC Workshop

ISBN-10: 158503083X
ISBN-13: 9781585030835
Edition: 2nd 2002
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List price: $59.95
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: SDC Publications
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 400
Size: 8.50" wide x 11.00" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 2.354
Language: English

Derek Murphy is a writer and artist from Portland, Oregon, whose passionate investigation into Christian history began as a theology student on the Catholic island of Malta. He has traveled the world seeking answers and interacting with priests, medicine men, shamans, and witch-doctors. Derek now lives in Taiwan and is finishing his PhD in Comparative Literature.

Introduction to CNCp. 1
Chapter Objectivesp. 1
Introductionp. 2
The Evolution of NCp. 2
Microcomputer Technologyp. 7
Computer Basicsp. 9
NC Applicationsp. 9
Millingp. 9
Turningp. 9
Wire EDMp. 9
Laser, Flame, and Plasmap. 11
Punching and Nibblingp. 11
Robots and CNCp. 11
Controller Standardsp. 12
CNC Controllersp. 14
EIA and ISO Standardsp. 14
Conversational (Nonstandard)p. 15
The CNC Processp. 15
Flow of CNC Processingp. 16
Flow of Computer-Aided CNC Processingp. 16
Quality Controlp. 16
Lab Exercisesp. 17
CNC Fundamentals and Vocabularyp. 19
Chapter Objectivesp. 19
Axis and Motion Nomenclaturep. 21
The Right-Hand Rule of Coordinatesp. 21
CNC Milling Fundamentalsp. 23
The Cartesian Graph for CNC Millingp. 23
Absolute Coordinates for Millingp. 24
Incremental Coordinates for Millingp. 26
Exercisesp. 26
CNC Turning Fundamentalsp. 27
Diameter Versus Radius Programmingp. 29
Absolute Coordinates for Turningp. 30
Incremental Coordinates for Turningp. 31
Exercisesp. 32
Lab Exercisesp. 33
Programming Conceptsp. 35
Chapter Objectivesp. 35
Introductionp. 36
Flow of CNC Processingp. 36
Preparing a Programp. 36
CNC Codesp. 37
Three Major Phases of a CNC Programp. 38
Using a Programming Sheetp. 40
Block Formatp. 40
Preparing to Programp. 41
Develop an Order of Operationsp. 41
Do All the Necessary Math and Complete a Coordinate Sheetp. 41
Choose Your Tooling and Calculate Speeds and Feedratesp. 42
Program Zerop. 43
Tool Motionp. 44
Using Canned Cyclesp. 44
Toolingp. 45
Drillingp. 46
Millingp. 46
Punching and Nibblingp. 46
Turningp. 47
Feedrates and Spindle Speedsp. 48
Cutting Fluidsp. 49
Lab Exercisesp. 50
Interactive Simulation Softwarep. 51
Chapter Objectivesp. 51
Installation and Setupp. 52
Installing and Running the Workshopp. 52
Default Configurationp. 54
The User Interfacep. 55
Accessing Menu Optionsp. 56
Menusp. 57
Filep. 57
Setupp. 60
Offset Registersp. 61
Optionsp. 62
Workpiecep. 63
Viewp. 64
Simulatep. 66
Helpp. 68
Getting Startedp. 68
Loading and Running a Sample CNC Filep. 68
Editing an Existing Programp. 69
Writing and Executing Your Own CNC Programp. 69
Saving a New CNC Filep. 70
Printing the Current CNC Program Filep. 70
Exiting the Simulatorp. 70
CNC Millingp. 71
Chapter Objectivesp. 71
Letter Address Listingp. 72
G-Codesp. 74
G00 Positioning in Rapidp. 74
G01 Linear Interpolationp. 76
G02 Circular Interpolation (CW)p. 78
G03 Circular Interpolation (CCW)p. 79
G04 Dwellp. 81
G17 XY Planep. 82
G18 XZ Planep. 83
G19 YZ Planep. 84
G20/G70 Imperial Inch Unitsp. 85
G21/G71 Metric, or S1 Unitsp. 86
G28 Automatic Return to Reference Pointp. 87
G29 Automatic Return from Reference Pointp. 88
G40 Cutter Compensation Cancelp. 89
G41 Cutter Compensation Leftp. 90
G42 Cutter Compensation Rightp. 93
G43 Tool Length Compensation (Plus)p. 95
G44 Tool Length Compensation (Minus)p. 96
G49 Tool Length Compensation Cancelp. 97
G54-G59 Workpiece Coordinate Systemsp. 98
G73 High-Speed Deep Hole Drilling Cyclep. 99
G80 Cancel Canned Cyclesp. 100
G81 Drilling Cyclep. 101
G82 Spot Drilling Cyclep. 102
G83 Deep Hole Drilling Cyclep. 104
G90 Absolute Positioningp. 105
G91 Incremental Positioningp. 106
G92 Reposition Origin Pointp. 107
G98 Set Initial Plane Rapid Defaultp. 108
G99 Set Rapid to Retract Planep. 108
M-Codesp. 109
M00 Program Stopp. 109
M01 Optional Program Stopp. 110
M02 Program Endp. 111
M03 Spindle on Clockwisep. 112
M04 Spindle on Counterclockwisep. 112
M05 Spindle Stopp. 113
M06 Tool Changep. 114
M07/M08 Coolant Onp. 115
M09 Coolant Offp. 115
M10 Clamps Onp. 116
M11 Clamps Offp. 117
M30 Program End, Reset to Startp. 118
M98 Call Subprogramp. 118
M99 Return from Subprogramp. 120
Block Skipp. 121
Commentsp. 122
Step-by-Step Milling Examplesp. 123
Lab Exercisesp. 159
Turningp. 161
Chapter Objectivesp. 161
Letter Address Listingp. 162
G-Codesp. 164
G00 Positioning in Rapidp. 165
G01 Linear Interpolationp. 166
G02 Circular Interpolation (CW)p. 167
G03 Circular Interpolation (CCW)p. 169
G04 Dwellp. 170
G20 Inch Unitsp. 171
G21 Metric Unitsp. 172
G28 Automatic Zero Returnp. 173
G29 Return from Zero Return Positionp. 173
G32 Simple Thread Cyclep. 175
G40 Tool Nose Radius (TNR) Compensation Cancelp. 175
G41 Tool Nose Radius Compensation Leftp. 176
G42 Tool Nose Radius Compensation Rightp. 177
G50 Coordinate System Setting or Programming Absolute Zerop. 179
G54-G59 Work Coordinate Systemsp. 180
G70 Finishing Cyclep. 180
G71 Rough Turning Cyclep. 181
G72 Rough Facing Cyclep. 183
G74 Peck Drilling Cyclep. 184
G75 Grooving Cyclep. 186
G76 Threading Cyclep. 187
G90 Absolute Positioningp. 188
G91 Incremental Positioningp. 188
G96 Constant Surface Speed Settingp. 189
G97 Constant Spindle Speedp. 190
G98 Linear Feedrate per Timep. 191
G99 Feedrate per Revolutionp. 192
M-Codesp. 193
M00 Program Stopp. 193
M01 Optional Program Stopp. 194
M02 Program Endp. 195
M03 Spindle on Clockwisep. 196
M04 Spindle on Counterclockwisep. 197
M05 Spindle Stopp. 197
M07 Coolant 1 Onp. 198
M08 Coolant 2 Onp. 199
M09 Coolant Offp. 200
M30 End of Program, Reset to Startp. 201
Block Skipp. 201
Commentsp. 203
Step-by-Step Turning Examplesp. 203
Lab Exercisesp. 237
Introduction to CAD/CAMp. 239
Chapter Objectivesp. 239
The Basic CAD/CAM Systemp. 240
Computer-Aided Designp. 240
AutoCADp. 242
Computer-Aided Manufacturingp. 243
EdgeCAMp. 245
Introduction to EdgeCAMp. 247
Example of Creating Geometry in EdgeCAMp. 252
MasterCAMp. 276
Example of Creating Geometry in MasterCAMp. 277
The CAD/CAM Systemp. 297
Overall Benefits of CAD/CAMp. 298
Designp. 298
Draftingp. 298
Manufacturingp. 298
Management Controlp. 299
Concurrent Engineeringp. 299
Product Qualityp. 299
Lab Exercisesp. 300
Workbook Exercisesp. 301
Chapter Objectivesp. 301
Workbook Exercisesp. 302
A Reviewp. 302
Calculating Diametrical Coordinates for Turningp. 304
Calculating Coordinates for Simple Drilling and Slottingp. 304
Lathe Profile Programmingp. 305
Drilling Bolt Holesp. 306
Circular Arc Movesp. 307
Mill Profilingp. 309
Material Removal for Turningp. 310
Material Removal for Millingp. 313
Advanced Exercisesp. 315
Exercise 10p. 315
Exercise 11p. 318
Answers to Lab Exercisesp. 323
Lab Exercisesp. 323
In-Text Exercisesp. 324
Milling Exercisesp. 324
Turning Exercisesp. 324
Lab Exercisesp. 324
Lab Exercisesp. 325
Lab Exercisesp. 326
Lab Exercisesp. 326
Lab Exercisesp. 327
Workbook Exercisesp. 327
Workbook Exercise 1p. 327
Workbook Exercise 2p. 329
Workbook Exercise 3p. 329
Workbook Exercise 4p. 329
Workbook Exercise 5p. 330
Workbook Exercise 6p. 332
Workbook Exercise 7p. 334
Workbook Exercise 8p. 335
Workbook Exercise 9p. 336
Workbook Exercise 10p. 337
Workbook Exercise 11p. 342
Appendix Bp. 345
Cutting Speeds and Feedratesp. 345
Formulasp. 345
Feedrates (Inch)p. 345
Feedrates (Metric)p. 345
Milling Material Table (Inch Version)p. 346
Milling Material Table (Metric Version)p. 346
Lathe Material File (Inch Version)p. 347
Lathe Material File (Metric Version)p. 348
Appendix Cp. 349
Blank Programming Sheetsp. 350
Technical Supportp. 361
Glossaryp. 363
Indexp. 373
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