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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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These machines were complex and not an ideal choice for basic CNC training.
is unique collaboration and dedicated CNC training centre marks further commitment to supporting the region's engineering expertise; securing a staggering PS1.6m of grant and sponsorship funding to propel aspiring engineers into a great career while boosting the local economy.
Fenton, MI, September 24, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Epic CNC Training Academy is proud to announce the official launch of its website, www.epiccncacademy.com.
The base already has a sales and demonstration showroom, an engineering turnkey centre and the award-winning CNC Training Academy.
His search for work from March to October proved unsuccessful, he said, and he decided to sign up for the CNC training when he found at about the program at the North Central Career Center.
In our CNC training classes, it is my goal to have student think in terms of sfpm (surface feet per minute).
Corning is an internationally recognized fiber optics company that is using CFCC to design and conduct customized CNC training. The college will provide Mastercam training to five Corning employees as part of a state-sponsored apprenticeship program.
(Manchester, N.H.), a builder of CNC training machines and benchtop production units; and B&S Screw Machine Services, Inc.
"Purchasers need to be aware of the frequent software upgrades and have them implemented in their systems," said Nucu lonescu, CNC training manager with Tekna.
If all goes to plan, by next September, the facility, supported by Tyne Metropolitan College, will be able to offer not only a standard 18 week engineering course, but an additional 18 weeks of CNC training, meaning apprentices return to the workplace with skills that are already highly advanced.