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numeric control

[nü′mer·ik kən′trōl]
(computer science)
The action of programs written for specialized computers which operate machine tools.
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This modern technology is reflected in our three-dimensional designs, renderings, plastic and acrylic rapid prototyping, numeric control programs for developing unit cavity samples, a special sampling machine for new products, and a complete electronic communication network, in order to be closer to our customers throughout the world.
Through state appropriation and private funding, the Engineering Department received computerized numeric control (CNC) equipment, a 3D scanner and printer, laser engraver and cutter, and an exhaust system for its Fabrication Laboratory.
To meet the existing jewellery requirements, Al Nazha Gold Jewellery factory has decided to expand its production to cover a variety of designs and styles by adding latest technologies such as computerised numeric control (CNC).
Our CNCs (computer numeric control tools) and table saws make the majority of the noise,'' she said.
the function package acquires the machine data and statuses as well as part-specific information automatically or manually and offers a lot of functions required to analyze and evaluate this data); DNC (Direct Numeric Control, i.
The 64-year-old managing director of the Coventry company, which produces CNC - Computer Numeric Control - machined castings for the automotive aftermarket, first won the contract with Land Rover 15 years ago.
According to Ray, the partnership developed through an agreement between Hypertherm and Vermont HITECH, through which Hypertherm would sponsor an entire class of students interested in learning computer numeric control machining.
Features of the centers include: the Rapid system, which allows the machine to substitute cutters while performing other operations; tool change devices that allow up to 29 tools on board the machine; up to six independent units for quickly changing the type of machining; flexible panel hold downs; and numeric control based on a Windows operating system
com/research/6hvqq7/global_nonbundled) has announced the addition of the "Global Non-bundled Numeric Control Software Market 2011-2015" report to their offering.
The funding will also finance one of the largest computer numeric control horizontal gantry mills in North America, which Ranor requires for production of new orders and to more aggressively participate in its nuclear, defense and medical businesses.
This new degree will afford graduates opportunities for employment in industries that include precision metalwork, computer numeric control machining, computer-aided design, cellular manufacturing, and quality control.
Business Link's Accelerate and CEMAG programmes, have helped GCM with capital purchases for two new Computer Numeric Control machine centres and an integrated computer system.