off-line computer

off-line computer

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Moreover, because it is PC-based, the controller can handle many of the functions that once required an off-line computer and an experienced programmer.
Mr Hunter programs the more complicated parts on an off-line computer, using Bridgeport EZCAM software.
The Topscan Process Optimizer is a step beyond the company's Topdie off-line computer simulation of temperature profiles within the pultrusion die, says president Joe Sumerak.
com to offer consumers a dedicated technical support team of unlimited on- and off-line computer service and support for electronics, desktop support and home office.
As the probe touches the model or prototype, 3-D points are generated and uploaded to the off-line computer.
A recent survey estimates that with an off-line computer for part-programming, the average shop can save at least 240 hours a year in program entry time.
NevCal has acquired the licensing rights to a revolutionary, patent pending, proprietary Information Technology and off-line computer based application, capable of rapidly transferring form based information via the Internet through an innovative application of modified transfer protocols and compression techniques (the "Technology").
The geometric phase of programming can be conducted at the CMM, at a CAD station, or at a desk with an off-line computer.
They also hide files on thumb drives, which they carry at all times and use only on off-line computers.
sells and services a complete line of equipment that monitors a variety of business situations through card-activated electronic systems, closed-circuit TV, videotape, and on- and off-line computers and printers.
The tool is available to software license coordinators who are responsible for obtaining and distributing licenses for J750 test systems and off-line computers.