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Mill Series Training Manual Haas CNC Mill ... - Productivity Inc.

This Manual is the Property of Productivity Inc The document may not be reproduced without the express written permission of Productivity Inc. The content must not be altered, nor may the Productivity Inc name be removed from the materials. This material is to be used as a guide to operation of the machine tool. The Operator is responsible for following Safety Procedures as outlined by their instructor or manufacturer s specifications. To obtain permission, please contact trainingmn@productivity.com. Haas CNC Mill Programming Training Manual Table of Contents INTRODUCTION......... 4 MACHINE HOME WITH WORK OFFSETS.............. 6 WORK COORDINATE SELECTION.............. 7 TOOL LENGTH COMPENSATION G43....... 8 ABSOLUTE AND INCREMENTAL POSITIONING...... 9 THE CARTESIAN COORDINATE SYSTEM.... 10 WORD ADDRESS PROGRAMMING....... 11 PROGRAMMING...... 12 ALPHABET WORD ADDRESS ASSIGNMENTS....... 13 PREPARATORY FUNCTIONS (G CODES)...... 18 MACHINE FUNCTIONS (M CODES)..... 21 PROGRAM STRUCTURE AND FORMAT... 25 PROGRAM FORMAT...... 26 MACHINE DEFAULTS.................. 27 PROGRAMMING WITH CODES........... 28 PROGRAM STRUCTURE............. 29 LINEAR AND CIRCULAR TOOL PATHS.......... 31 LINEAR/CIRCULAR MOVEMENT CREATING TOOL PATH......... 32 INTERPOLATION COMMANDS.......... 33 CIRCULAR INTERPOLATION (G02 AND G03) COMMANDS........... 34 CUTTER COMPENSATION (G41, G42)......... 39 FORMULAS TAPPING, SPEEDS AND FEEDS....... 47 DRILLING, TAPPING, BORING CANNED CYCLES...... 48 CANNED CYCLES.............. 49 LOOPING COMMAND CYCLES......... 69 BOLT HOLE PATTERNS......... 71 ADDITIONAL G CODES........ 74 MILLING CIRCLES WITH CUTTER COMP................. 76 THREAD MILLING........ 77 CIRCULAR POCKET MILLING USING G12 AND G13................. 78 CIRCULAR PLANE SELECTION.............. 83 INCH / METRIC SELECTION (G20, G21)............... 84 SETTING WORK, TOOL OFFSETS THROUGH THE PROGRAM (G10).......... 85 GENERAL PURPOSE POCKET MILLING (G150)..... 86 ENGRAVING (G47)................. 93 SUBROUTINES (SUBPROGRAMS)................ 96 SUBROUTINES............... 97 EXERCISES......... 99 FINAL EXERCISES......... 103 Productivity Inc - Haas CNC Mill Programming Manual

Gateway Five User Manual Audi Dual CAN Part 1 - Dension

Introduction The Dension Gateway Five lets you connect your iPod or USB storage (stick, hard drive or mass storage capable mp3 player) to your original car radio, providing music playback, menu based control and charging. Gateway Five iPod, USB, Bluetooth The Gateway Five also offers Bluetooth connectivity for music streaming (via A2DP) and handsfree mobile call handling via the original buttons and screens of your vehicle. Supported audio devices User Manual USB Flash Memory and Hard Disk Drive (UBS1.1 and higher) File System: FAT16 or FAT32 Storage capacity: up to 250 GB* Music Format: MP3, WMA and WAV, OGG iPod Getting started You can pair the Gateway Five with a Bluetooth capable mobile phone for music streaming (requires an A2DP capable phone) or handsfree use (if that option is active in the Gateway). Pairing is controlled from the mobile phone the same way as connecting to other Bluetooth accessories. The pin code to the Gateway Five is 0000 (for further details read Section 7). How to control The menu of the Gateway Five is displayed on the central display (cluster) on the dashboard (between the two main instruments). Due to the capabilities of your car, the Gateway Five menu is not visible on the radio screen. ...

National PTA Reflections Program Photography Rules

A photography entry must be an original black-and-white or color image produced by a photographic process. The entry must relate to the current Reflections Program theme. Entries are judged primarily on how well the student uses his or her artistic vision to portray the theme. The entry may incorporate such techniques as photomontage, multiple exposure, negative sandwiches and photograms. Images may be manipulated conventionally or digitally. Images should demonstrate the student’s proper use of photographic techniques such as depth of field and exposure. The images may be created using various lenses, filters and light sources. Photographs with added graphics over the image, including lettering, are not acceptable. Presentation & Format A single print or collage may not exceed 11 inches by 14 inches, including matting. Mount all prints on a cardboard mat, poster board, or some other sturdy material. Protecting the work with shrink-wrap or a transparent plastic cover is optional but highly recommended. Framed entries, original film (negatives or transparencies) and multidimensional pieces are not accepted. Use of Copyrighted Material Use of copyrighted material, including copyrighted cartoon characters or other such material, is not acceptable in any photography submission, with the following exception: Photographs may include public places, well-known products, trademarks or certain other copyrighted material as long as that copyrighted material is incidental to the subject matter of the piece and/or is a smaller element of a whole. The resulting work cannot try to establish an association between the student and the trademark/business/material, or influence the purchase/non-purchase of the trademarked good.

Photography Rules - Washington State PTA

Presentation &format • A single print or collage may not exceed 11 inches by 14 inches, including mattin • Mount all prints on a cardboard mat, poster board, or some other sturdy material. • Protect photographs with transparent cellophane wrap or sleeve designed for artwork. • Do not laminate. Do not use plastic foo-wrap. Do not shrink-wrap. • Framed entries, original film (negativs or transparencies) and multidimensional pieces arenot accepted. Use of copyrighted material Use of copyrighted material, including copyrighted cartoon characters or other such material, is not acceptable in any photography submission, with the following exception Photographs may include public places, well-known products, trademarks or certain other copyrighted material as long as that copyrighted material is incidental to the subject matter of the piece and/or is a smaller element of a whole. The resulting work cannot try to establish an association between th student and the trademark/business/material, or influence the purchase/non-purchase of the trademarked good. Submission Instructions A. Printed format of photo: • Follow presentation & formatguidelines above. • Submit envelope to your PTA Reflectionschair containing your printed photo and student entry form. B.Electronic format of photo: • Save electronic file on a CD not exceeding 1 GB (one gigabyte) in file size. • Accepted file formats include: JPEG, GIF, PNG, BMP. • Label CD with the title of your artwork, arts category, and division • Submit envelope to your PTA Reflections chair containing your CD and student entry form ...

Photo Competition Rules - Antiquity
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images selected How to enter: Entry is free and each entrant may submit up to five images. Entries should be sent to assistant@antiquity.ac.uk with the entrant’s name and a brief description of what the image shows. Entries should be sent as digital image files, in either TIF or JPEG format, and files may not be larger than 10MB. Image usage: By entering the contest, entrants grant Antiquity Publications Ltd a royalty-free, worldwide, perpetual, non-exclusive license to display, distribute, reproduce and create derivative works of the entries, in whole or in part, in any media now existing or subsequently developed, for any educational, promotional, publicity, exhibition, archival, scholarly and all other standard purposes. Any photograph reproduced will include a photographer credit as feasible. We will not be required to pay any additional consideration or seek any additional approval in connection with such uses. Judging: The selection of images to be published each quarter will be conducted by the editorial team of Antiquity (Chris Scarre, Rob Witcher and Jo Dean) and the entrants who submitted those images will be contacted prior to publication. Judging of the overall winner will be conducted by a panel selected from Antiquity’s editorial staff, board members and trustees. Decisions of the judges will be final. The two images chosen each quarter will be published in Antiquity, available in hard copy and online (in the Editorial for that issue). The overall winning photograph will be displayed on Antiquity’s website and used to publicise the competition. The overall winner will be contacted in May 2014 and details of their image will appear on our web site on June 1 2014 and in the editorial of the June 2014 issue. Antiquity reserves the right to cancel the contest or modify these rules at its discretion.

Your New WordPress Based Website - YourSiteName.com

The Purpose of This Document This document is designed to help you find you way around the WordPress CMS. Due to the complexity and ever changing features of WordPress we will provide you with a link to the WordPress site for additional or specific information for many of the topics covered. While we could duplicate much of the content here we would constantly have to upgrade this document as WordPress adds features and capabilities. We feel it is better to give you a quick overview and then let you know where the specifics can be found. In many cases WordPress is intuitive enough that you won’t have to visit the WordPress site for further information once you start using WordPress. What is a Content Management System (CMS)? A CMS, like WordPress, is a program that runs on the server where we have hosted your website. It provides all the glue and functionality needed to make your life simplifier. A CMS typically provides the ability to add, edit and delete pages from your website without having to buy and expensive program or having to learn HTML, which is used to format web pages. Additional Features Some CMS systems have additional features either built in like a blog or that can be added via small programs called “plug-ins” to do things like e-commerce, SEO, automated backups, social marketing, videos, Google sitemaps, contact forms, photo gallery, ...

User's Manual - Nikon
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Find what you’re looking for using this “question and answer” TAKING PHOTOGRAPHS SHOOTING AND FRAMING OPTIONS Is there a quick and easy way to take snapshots? Can I frame photos in the monitor (C live view photography)? Can I shoot movies (1 movie live view)? Can I join photographs taken at regular intervals to create a time-lapse movie? RELEASE MODES Can I take photos in quick succession? How do I take pictures with the self-timer? FOCUS Can I choose how the camera focuses? EXPOSURE Can I make photos brighter or darker? How do I preserve details in shadows and highlights? 174, 176 USING THE FLASH How do I use the flash? IMAGE QUALITY AND SIZE How do I take pictures for printing at large sizes? How can I get more pictures on the memory card? VIEWING PHOTOGRAPHS How do I view photographs on the camera? How do I view more information about a photo? Can I view photos in an automatic slide show? Can I view photos on a TV? Can I protect photos from accidental deletion? DELETION How do I delete unwanted photos? RETOUCHING PHOTOGRAPHS How do I create retouched copies of photos? How do I make JPEG copies of RAW (NEF) photos? Can I create a copy of a photo that looks like a painting? Can I trim movie footage on the camera or save movie stills? MENUS AND SETTINGS How do I use the menus? How do I keep the displays from turning off? How do I focus the viewfinder? How do I set the camera clock? How do I format memory cards? How do I restore default settings? How do I get help for a menu or message? CONNECTIONS How do I copy photos to a computer? How do I print photos? Can I print the date of recording on my photos? MAINTENANCE AND OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES What memory cards can I use? What lenses can I use? What optional flash units (Speedlights) can I use? What other accessories are available for my camera? What software is available for my camera? How do I clean the camera? Where should I take my camera for servicing and repairs?

Nikon Digital SLR Camera D5100 Specifications

Type Lens mount Effective angle of view Effective pixels Image sensor Total pixels Dust-reduction System Image size (pixels) File format Single-lens reflex digital camera Nikon F mount (with AF contacts) Approx. 1.5× lens focal length (Nikon DX format) 16.2 million 23.6 × 15.6 mm CMOS sensor 16.9 million Image Sensor Cleaning, Airflow Control System, Image Dust Off reference data (optional Capture NX 2 software required) 4,928 × 3,264 (L), 3,696 × 2,448 (M), 2,464 × 1,632 (S) • NEF (RAW): 14 bit, compressed • JPEG: JPEG-Baseline compliant with fine (approx. 1:4), normal (approx. 1:8) or basic (approx. 1:16) compression • NEF (RAW) + JPEG: Single photograph recorded in both NEF (RAW) and JPEG formats Picture Control System Standard, Neutral, Vivid, Monochrome, Portrait, Landscape; selected Picture Control can be modified; storage for custom Picture Controls Media SD (Secure Digital), SDHC and SDXC memory cards File system DCF (Design Rule for Camera File System) 2.0, DPOF (Digital Print Order Format), Exif 2.3 (Exchangeable Image File Format for Digital Still Cameras), PictBridge Viewfinder Eye-level pentamirror single-lens reflex viewfinder Frame coverage Approx. 95% horizontal and 95% vertical Magnification Approx. 0.78× (50mm f/1.4 lens at infinity, -1.0 m-1) Eyepoint 17.9 mm (-1.0 m-1) Diopter adjustment -1.7 to +0.7 m-1 Focusing screen Type B BriteView Clear Matte Mark VII screen Reflex mirror Quick return Lens aperture Instant return, electronically controlled Compatible lenses Autofocus is available with AF-S and AF-I lenses; Autofocus is not available with other type G and D lenses, AF lenses (IX-NIKKOR and lenses for the F3AF are not supported) and AI-P lenses; Non-CPU lenses can be used in mode M but the camera exposure meter will not function ...

Lens Compatibility with Digital SLR Cameras - Porters Camera Store

Since the future of SLR photography is digital and since most digital cameras have sensors that are smaller than 35mm film, manufacturers are making digital-only lenses. The primary difference is the reduced area of coverage provided by digital-only lenses. These lenses have the same mounting style as 35mm format lenses and they can be mounted on 35mm camera bodies (except Canon EF-S lenses), but they will not cover the full image size. This causes vignetting around the edges of the 35mm image, especially at the widest end of the lens zoom range. The surface of a CCD or CMOS sensor in a camera is shinier than film emulsion, so there can be more light rays reflecting off the sensor, back thru the lens. Digital-only lenses have more extensive coatings on the back sides of the lens elements to absorb this stray light and preserve image contrast. In the late-1980s, Canon introduced the EOS 35mm camera system with autofocus and the latest electronic technology. Canon lenses for EOS cameras are marked EF on the front, such as “EF 28-85mm”. With the introduction of digital SLRs, Canon continues with the EF lens system. All EF-series lenses for 35mm cameras can be used on all Canon small sensor and full-size sensor digital SLRs. When Canon created the Digital Rebel, they introduced a line of digital-only lenses are called EF-S series lenses. These lenses have the same physical mount and electronic coupling system, but cannot be used on older Canon digital cameras and on no Canon 35mm cameras. This is because the rear portion of EF-S lenses extends deeper into the mirror chamber and damage to the mirror on older cameras can occur. Canon EF-S lenses should only be used on the Canon EOS 20D, 30D and Digital Rebel series and newer models designed to be compatible with EF-S lenses. Before the EOS system was introduced, Canon cameras used a different lens mounting system called the “FD” mount. These manual-focus lenses had a mechanical aperture ring and cannot be used on EOS film or digital cameras. ...

Editing DSLR footage with Adobe Creative Suite 6 Production ...

Open timeline enables DSLR footage to be mixed with other formats Adobe Premiere Pro can play back many DSLR formats in real-time and also offers native support for other top formats. Edit the latest tapeless formats, including Canon Cinema EOS C300, ARRIRAW, AVCCAM, AVC-Intra, Canon XF, DPX, P2, RED (including RED SCARLET-X and RED EPIC 5K footage), XDCAM, and XDCAM HD 50, all without transcoding or rewrapping. Import still-image files in major formats, including PSD, BMP, GIF, EPS, JPEG, PCX, PICT, PNG, and TIFF. Export in BMP, GIF, TARGA, and TIFF formats. Freely mix clips with different frame rates, aspect ratios, and frame sizes in the same sequence with real-time performance on most systems. Industry-leading, cross-platform performance Optimized for today’s blazingly fast multi-core CPUs, the native 64-bit, GPU-accelerated Mercury Playback Engine provides unprecedented performance and rock-solid stability in Adobe Premiere Pro CS6. Open projects rapidly and smoothly play and scrub through multi-layer, effects-rich sequences. Experience significant performance gains with or without a GPU, or add a qualified NVIDIA graphics card to get extraordinary performance boosts. New support for the OpenCL-based AMD Radeon HD 6750M and AMD Radeon HD 6770M graphics card on certain Apple MacBook Pro computers brings improved mobile workflows to Mac users. Support for new NVIDIA Maximus dual-GPU configurations delivers even more extreme performance for tackling the most demanding workflows. Native 64-bit OS support in Adobe Premiere Pro, After Effects, Photoshop Extended, Encore, and Adobe Media Encoder enables you to make the best use of all available RAM on your system, so it’s easier than ever to edit complex sequences at HD or higher resolutions, work with high-resolution stills, and output your finished content in virtually any video or device format faster than ever. ...

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