CNC

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CNC

(control systems)

CNC

Collaborative Networked Communication

CNC

(Computerized Numerical Control) See numerical control.
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The facility uses the latest computer numerically controlled (CNC) machines, which are used for milling, punching, sheet cutting, and cylinder winding.
They coordinate the functions of multiple PLCs, DCSs, and other automated devices, such as robots, computer numerically controlled (CNC) machines, material handling systems, and machine vision systems.
won a silver medal in computer numerically controlled machining.
The Institute features the industry's most current generation of Computer Numerically Controlled (CNC) machining centers, lathes, grinders, and other tools.
From custom-engineered factory automation systems to precision computer numerically controlled machine tools, our unique mix of technologies and wealth of our diverse manufacturing experiences helps us to create more responsive, more effective production solutions.
Numerically or computer numerically controlled machines
He explained that the company, through a strategic alliance with a polyethylene supplier, is now able to mix its own components, extrude the plastic into sheets and through a computer numerically controlled (CNC) machine, execute a variety of cutting board designs.
Each cell was centered around a Computer Numerically Controlled (CNC) machine whereby coded instructions were used to control and operate the machines.
Hurco competes in the computer numerically controlled (CNC) segment of the fragmented machine-tool industry.
A computer numerically controlled laser beam melts metal powder on defined tracks, and thus builds the component layer by layer.
OTCQB: MLHC) ("M Line"), a provider of products and services to the precision high tech segment of both the aerospace and medical industries as well as seller of high end pre-owned Japanese Computer Numerically Controlled ("CNC") Equipment, today issued an update to shareholders from CEO Bruce Barren and COO Tony Anish discussing its activities since July 2013 and covering the first seven months of Fiscal 2014.
Denford, which has been based at Birds Royd for 60 years and employs about 25 people, was one of the first companies to develop a computer numerically controlled lathe specifically for education and training.

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