CNC


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CNC

(control systems)
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CNC

Collaborative Networked Communication
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CNC

(Computerized Numerical Control) See numerical control.
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CNC Controller is the package of electronics and software, which takes input either from g-code or the CNC control panel and converts it to the signals.
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Some studies have been conducted regarding the rheological behavior of PLA/pristine CNC nanocomposites reporting a significant increase in the complex viscosity, storage, and loss modulus for nanocomposites compared with pure PLA [20, 21].
In order to elucidate CNC orientation direction or the sign of birefringence, a first-order red plate was added between the polarizer and analyzer (see orientation of filters in Figure S2).
First glutaric anhydride was allowed to react with the CNC hydroxyl groups forming esters groups; and subsequently, the butanediol was added to react with the glutaric anhydride grafted on to the CNC, forming therefore, the PBG.
Older machine tools typically communicate using an analog interface, using a plus-or-minus 10-volt signal over low-resolution digital or analog feedback devices that tell the CNC where axes are currently positioned.
One of these products is CNC fibers, which have high aspect ratio (as opposed to many inorganic nanoparticles, which are usually spherical or plate-like) and also are bio-based, non-toxic, and recyclable.
Computer numerical control (CNC) machining is a machining process in which a computer controls the movements of the lathe or milling machine using a program made up of numerical code called "G code." CNC technology allows the machinist to manufacture single or multiple parts with speed and accuracy that is not achievable on any manual machine.