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Proficiency Test For Machining Center
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Section One: General CNC Questions 1) The spindle speed for a particular tool in a program is incorrect and you wish to reduce it. The kind of CNC word you must change is: q A) an F word q C) an S word q B) a G word q D) a T word 2) You determine that a feedrate for a particular tool must be 5.0 inches per minute (or 5 millimeters per minute in the metric mode). The correct designation in the program would be: q A) F0.5 q C) F5.0 q B) S5.0 q D) F0.005 3) You are running a proven program (one run before) for the first time in a new setup. You are cautiously allowing the first tool come into its approach position when you determine that the tool is not going where it is supposed to. It is most likely that: q A) the spindle speed is not correct q B) the program zero designation is not correct q C) the dry run switch should be turned on q D) the programmed coordinates are not correct 4) When coordinates going into a program are specified relative to the program zero point, it is called: q A) the incremental mode q B) the absolute mode q C) the rapid mode q D) the canned cycle mode 5) What mode switch position allows programs to be modified? q A) Jog q D) Edit q B) Auto...

Probing systems for CNC machine tools - Renishaw resource centre

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INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER NUMERICAL CONTROL (CNC)

CONTENTS CHAPTER I Introduction to Computer Numerical Control Manufacturing I —I Chapter Objectives 1 2 Introduction — I I 1 3 Numerical Control Definition, Its Concepts and Advantages — I 1-4 Definition of Computer Numerical Control and Its Components 1-5 Advantages of CNC Compared with NC 4 1 6 Special Requirements for Utilizing CNC 4 — 1-7 Financial Rewards of CNC Investment 5 1 8 CNC Machining Centers and Turning Centers — 1-9 Other Types of CNC Equipment I —10 CNC Input and Storage Media I-11 Chapter Summary 6 8 8 II Review Exercises CHAPTER 1 13 Modern Machine Tool Controls 2-1 Chapter Objectives 2-2 Introduction 13 13 2-3 Different Types of System Control 13 2—4 Loop Systems f o r Controlling Tool Movement 16 2—5 Establishing Locations via Cartesian Coordinates 2-6 CNC Machine Axes of Motion 2-7 Types ofTool Positioning Modes 24 2-8 Units Used for Positioning Coordinates 2—9 Chapter Summary 19 20 25 25 Review Exercises CHAPTER 3 Too/ing for Hole and Milling Operations 3-1 Chapter Objectives 3—2 Introduction 32 32 32 3-3 Tooling for Drilling Operations 32 XI xii Contents 3 4 Carbide Insert Technology — 37 3 5 Tooling for Hole Operations That Follow Drilling — 3-6 Tool Speeds and Feeds for Hole Operations 41 3—7 Tooling for Profile Milling and Facing Operations 3-8 Coated Tooling 38 44 48 3-9 Tool Speeds and Feeds for Milling Operations 3-10 Feed Directions for Milling Operations 3-11 Cutting Fluids for CNC Operations 3-12 Chapter Summary 49 51 52 54 Review Exercises CHAPTER 4 Exploring Features of CNC Machining Centers 4-1 Chapter Objectives 4-2 Introduction 56 56 56 4-3 Background on CNC Machining Centers 56 4—4 Tooling Systems Used with Automatic Tool Changers 4-5 Methods of Securing Tools in Tool Holders 60 62 4—6 Methods of Securing Tooling Systems to the CNC Spindle 4-7 Automatic Tool Changer Systems 4-8 Pallet Loading Systems 64 65 67 4-9 Features of the Machine Control Unit (MCU) Machining Centers 4—10 Chapter Summary 70 77 Review Exercises CHAPTERS Review of Basic Blueprint Reading for CNC Programmers 5-1 Chapter Objectives 5-2 Introduction 5-3 Sheet Sizes 80 80 80 5 4 Drawing Formats — 81 5 5 Interpreting Lines in Drawings — 87 5-6 Projection Conventions Used in Drawings 91 5-7 Visualizing 3D Objects from 2D Othographic Views 5-8 Auxiliary Views 93 5-9 Sectional Views 93 5-10 Reading Dimensions 93 5-11 Reading Threads and Thread Notes 115 5-12 Reading Surface Finish Symbols and Notes 5-13 Chapter Summary Review Exercises Bibliography 80 131 125 93 Contents xiii CHAPTER 6 Review of Basic Material for CNC Programmers 6-1 Chapter Objectives 6-2 Introduction Specifications 133 133 133 6-3 Reading Material Specifications 133 6-4 Understanding Heat Treatment Notes 6—5 Interpreting Surface Coating Notes 6-6 Chapter Summary 141 145 150 Review Exercises Bibliography CHAPTER 7 Review of Basic Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing for CNC Programmers 7-1 Chapter Objectives 7—2 Introduction 151 151 7-3 GDTTerminology 152 7—4 Part Form Controls 7-5 Datums 151 154 158 7-6 Part Profile Controls 159 7-7 Part Location, Orientation, and Runout Controls 7—8 Chapter Summary 166 159 < Review Exercises Bibliography CHAPTER 8 Mathematics 8-1 Chapter Objectives 8-2 Introduction for CNC Programming 168 168 8-3 Determining Sides of Right Triangles 8-4 Useful Angle Concepts 8—6 Oblique Triangles 168 169 8-5 Determining Angles of Right Triangles 173 175 8-7 KwikTrig Trigonometry/Geometry Software 8-8 Installation 168 175 176 8-9 Starting KwikTrig 8-10 Chapter Summary 176 178 Review Exercises CHAPTER 9 An Overview of CNC Shop Activities 9-1 Chapter Objectives 9-2 Introduction 182 182 182 xiv Contents 9-3 Essential CNC Shop Activities 9-4 Part Drawing Study 182 182 9—5 Methodizing o f Operations f o r C N C Machining Centers 9-6 Deciding on a CNC Machine 185 9-7 Methods of Holding the Part During Machining 9—8 Machining Determination 9-9 Cutting Conditions 186 193 194 9-10 Writing a Programming Manuscript 194 9-11 Inputting Programs to the Machine Control Unit 9-12 Setup Procedure 194 195 9-13 Debugging and Verifying the Program 9-14 Part Production 185 200 201 9-15 Chapter Summary 201 Review Exercises C H A P T E R 10 Word Address Programming 10-1 Chapter Objectives 10-2 Introduction 203 203 203 10-3 Programming Language Format 203 10-4 Programming Language Terminology 204 10-5 Arrangement of Addresses in a Block 205 10-6 Program and Sequence Numbers (O, N Codes) 10-7 Preparatory Functions (G Codes) 207 10-8 Dimension Words ( X . Y . Z . . . Codes) 10-9 Feed Rate (F Code)

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refrigerant compressor oil capacities in fluid oz. / ml (cc) - MMS

REFRIGERANT COMPRESSOR OIL CAPACITIES IN FLUID OZ. / ML (CC) CAR 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 CONTINENTAL 7/207 CONTOUR 7.5/222 6.6/195 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 7/207 ESCORT 2006 7/207 CROWN VICTORIA 2005 Motorcraft® Electric A/C Compressor Oil YN-32 7/207 COUGAR 2004 Motorcraft® PAG Refrigerant Compressor Oil YN-12-D 7/207 FIESTA 3.4/101 FIVE HUNDRED 7/207 FOCUS 7/207 4/118 5.1/150 FOCUS BEV (BATTERY ELECTRIC) 4.7/139 FUSION 6/177 FUSION HEV (HYBRID) GRAND MARQUIS 4.4/130 7.5/222 7/207 GT 10/296 LS MARK VIII 7/207 7/207 MILAN 6/177 MILAN HEV (HYBRID) 4.4/130 MKS 7/207 MKZ 6/177 MKZ HEV (HYBRID) 4.4/130 MONTEGO 7/207 MUSTANG V6 8.6/254 7/207 4/118 MUSTANG V8 8.6/254 7/207 4/118 MYSTIQUE 7/207 SABLE 6.6/195 TAURUS 6.6/195 3.5/104 7/207 7/207 THUNDERBIRD 7/207 TOWN CAR 7.5/222 TRACER (U.S.) 7/207 8/237 7/207 ZEPHYR TRUCK AVIATOR 6/177 1998 1999 2000 2001 BLACKWOOD 2002 2003 14/414 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 9/266 ECONOLINE DIESEL 9/266 ECONOLINE DIESEL w/ AUX 13/384 7/207 ECONOLINE GAS 9/266 8/237 ECONOLINE GAS w/ AUX 13/384 16/473 11/325 EDGE (ALL) ESCAPE ESCAPE HEV (HYBRID) 4/118 7/207 5/148 11/325 4.4/130 4.4/130 (Continued on next page) Version 8 / Published 10/2011 REFRIGERANT COMPRESSOR OIL CAPACITIES IN FLUID OZ. / ML (CC) — Cont’d TRUCK EXCURSION 1998 1999 EXCURSION w/ AUX 2000 2001 9/266 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Motorcraft® PAG Refrigerant Compressor Oil YN-12-D 2010 Motorcraft® Electric A/C Compressor Oil YN-32 2011 2012 14/414 EXPEDITION 9/266 EXPEDITION w/ AUX 14/414 EXPLORER 7/207 9/266 11/325 EXPLORER w/ AUX 14/414 7/207 13/384* 16/473 8.8/260 EXPLORER w/ AUX (4 CYLINDER) 6.8/201 EXPLORER SPORT 9/266 EXPLORER SPORT TRAC 9/266 9/266 FLEX 11/325 FREESTAR FREESTAR w/ AUX 9.5/281 10/296 12/355 FREESTYLE 7/207 FREESTYLE w/ AUX F-SERIES < 8500 GVW (LESS 6.2L) 9/266 9/266 8/237** 8/237 6/177 3.4/101 F-SERIES < 8500 GVW (WITH 6.2L) 6/177 F-SERIES > 8500 GVW GAS 11/325 9/266 F-SERIES > 8500 GVW DIESEL 11/325 9/266 F-SERIES F650-F750 4.1/121 3.4/101 9/266 10.1/299 LCF 9/266 MARK LT 8/237 MKX 7/207 4/118 MKT 9.5/281 MARINER 7/207 MARINER HEV (HYBRID) 11/325 MONTEREY 4.4/130 10/296 MONTEREY w/ AUX MOUNTAINEER 5/148 12/355 9/266 MOUNTAINEER w/ AUX 13/384 NAVIGATOR NAVIGATOR w/ AUX 14/414 RANGER 16/473 9/266 9/266 11/325 14/414 7/207 TAURUS X 7/207 TAURUS X w/ AUX 9.5/281 TRANSIT CONNECT (GAS) VILLAGER 6.1/180 7/207 VILLAGER w/ AUX 10/296 WINDSTAR 10/296 WINDSTAR w/ AUX 11/325 14/414 * Export vehicles require 4/14 - Gulf Coast Consulate (GCC) vehicles require 17/503 ** 2004 F-150 Heritage requires 9/266 Version 8 / Published 10/2011

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“Among the things you can give and still keep are your word, a smile, and a grateful heart.” -Zig Ziglar PAGE 2 Special ‘Zig Ziglar Tribute’ Issue Hey, Zig: We’ll ‘See You At The Top!’ Zig Ziglar, the consummate salesman who became perhaps the most wellknown motivational speaker in history, unclipped his lavaliere microphone for the last time died last Wednesday, November 27, 2012, succumbing to pneumonia at his home in Plano, Texas. But the millions of books sold and dollars earned pales in comparison to the tens of millions of seeds that this man planted in the hearts and minds of those of us who want to achieve and give more of ourselves in this lifetime. And the next.

CV Résumé v4 (iOS programming) - Third Cog Software

Spotify System Owner & Software Engineer, iOS 2009 Writing the world’s first Spotify client for iOS (Spot) convinced Spotify to hire me. I took over their iOS and Mac clients, maintaining them for a few years, slowly switching focus to iOS only. My greatest accomplishment during this period has been helping design and leading development of Spotify’s iPad app, focusing on making its navigation effortless and its UI delicious. 2009 Blekinge Institute of Technology ^ Project Assistant 2007 Project assistant at BTH’s research labs. Spent six months as software archaeologist, restoring various old Java simulators. Rest of the time was spent building a distributed multiagent system in Erlang, with a Quartz Composer-like editor in Cocoa, and visualizer in Cocoa + OpenGL, together with three friends and colleagues. 2007 Freelancing ^ I wrote networked touch screen kiosks for AB Spelguiden (Ruby on Rails backend and Cocoa frontend), and various smaller jobs (mostly PHP) on the side during my education. 2003 Education 2008 ^ 2004 2004 ^ 2001 Blekinge Institute of Technology (BTH) Undergraduate Program: Game Programming (Unfinished) Three years of computer science with emphasis on performance and 3D. I specialized on network programming, audio programming, and game engine design. My candidate thesis is called 'Real-time acoustics modeling in games'; it was never finished, and thus I don’t have a degree. Söderportgymnasiet, Kristianstad International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme IB DP is an international secondary education/university preparatory program in English. I chose to study economy, chemistry and physics, in addition to the compulsory languages and math. I excelled (7 points) in physics and English. Joachim Bengtsson! thirdcog.eu/about_us/resume! joachimb@gmail.com 2013-02-24, v4! 2 (2) Developer Profile I love Objective-C beyond words. I can’t write a game without making it networked. I will experiment and try to find unorthodox solutions, with the endgoal always being succinctness (which means not only ‘brief’, but also ‘easilly understandable’). I have too many open source and Github projects to enumerate, but a few interesting ones (in roughly chronological order, newest first): • SPAsync: Some experimental async primitives for ObjC, with much inspiration from C .

Collision Cost Examples
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Collision Cost Examples PRICE INCLUDES PARTS, LABOR, PAINTING AND TAX PARTS BASED ON ORIGINAL EQUIPMENT MANUFACTURER (O.E.M.) BUMPER (FRONT) BUMPER (REAR) HOOD HEADLAMP DOOR (FRONT) LIFT GATE/ LUGGAGE VW Bug 2000-2005 $810 $621 $641 $347 $917 $880 Ford Focus 2000-2005 $507 $568 $641 $535 $874 $688 Pontiac Grand Am 2000-2004 $672 $715 $650 $273 $1193 $713 Ford Taurus 2000-2004 $630 $730 $781 $221 $1101 $951 Toyota Camry 2002-2004 $519 $532 $751 $268 $1161 $805 Honda Accord 2003-2004 $554 $568 $724 $283 $947 $756 Ford Explorer 2002-2005 $800 $620 $771 $285 $1043 $1216 Toyota 4 Runner 2003 – 2005 $508 $374 $732 $213 $984 $1048 Lexus ES300 2002-2004 $574 $587 $880 $443 $910 $742 $1072 $1151 $809 $333 $1049 $754 Mercedes E320 2001-2004 Based on: $40-$46 hour labor rate in Idaho and $22-$25 hour for paint material Prices: Mitchell Estimating Guides 1997 Toyota Corolla Replace Front Bumper Replace Side Marker Replace Park Lamp Assembly Repair Hood Repair Right Fender Additional Repairs Total Estimate $419.00 $ 50.00 $ 40.00 $390.00 $151.00 $550.00 $1600.00 2000 Chevrolet Blazer Replace Rear Door Replace Stripe Replace Lower Door Mldg Refinish Door/Qtr Panel Additional Repairs Total Estimate $863.00 $ 74.00 $ 50.00 $230.00 $283.00 $1500.00 2003 Toyota Camry Replace Rear Bumper Cover Replace Rear Tail Light Repair Quarter Panel Other Repairs/Painting Total Estimate $532.00 $178.00 $595.00 $400.00 $1705.00

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