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Learn how to program and operate Computer Numerical Control (CNC) mills and lathes.
The goal of the Fundamentals of CNC Machining course Handbook is to bridge the gap between your technical education and what you need to know to begin using CNC machine tools.
The types of parts, materials, and machining operations that engineers, innovators, and niche manufacturers often use are featured in this guide as well as examples of work holding techniques well suited to prototype and short-run production.
If you’re a working engineer, designer, engineering undergraduate or graduate student, or manufacturer interested in learning how to program and operate CNC mills and lathes, this guide is a must-have.