- 原书名：Introduction to Computer Numerical Control (4th Edition)
- 原出版社： Prentice Hall
CHAPTER 2 Modern Machine Tool Controls CHAPTER 3 Tooling for Hole and Milling Operations
CHAPTER 4 Exploring Features of CNC Machining Centers
CHAPTER 5 Review of Blueprint Reading for CNC Programmers
CHAPTER 6 Review of Basic Material Specifications
CHAPTER 7 Review of Basic Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing for CNC Programmers
CHAPTER 8 Mathematics for CNC Programming
CHAPTER 9 An Overview of CNC Shop Activities
CHAPTER 10 Word Address Programming
CHAPTER 11 Running the Mill Simulator
CHAPTER 12 Programming Hole Operations
CHAPTER 13 Programming Linear Profiles
CHAPTER 14 Programming Circular Profiles
CHAPTER 15 Programming with Cutter Diameter Compensation
CHAPTER 16 Programming with Subprogram
CHAPTER 17 Introduction to the CNC Lathe
CHAPTER 18 Running the Lathe Simulator
CHAPTER 19 Fundamental Concepts of CNC Lathe Programming
CHAPTER 20 Techniques and Fixed Cycles for CNC Lathe Programming
CHAPTER 21 Modern Computer-Aided Part Programming
The fourth edition of Introduction to Computer Numerical Control (CNC) has been expanded and improved. Chapter I provides updated presentation of input and storage methods. Chapter 2 thoroughly discusses loop systems for controlling tool movement and backlash. Chapter 3 expands discussion of cutting fluids. New material describing important features of the Machine Control Unit for machining centers is given in Chapter 4. The blueprint reading material is divided as follows: Chapter 5--Review of Basic Blueprint Reading for CNC Programmers, Chapter 6--Review of Basic Material Specifications for CNC Programmers, and Chapter 7--Review of Basic Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing for CNC Programmers. New KWIK TRIG software for solving right triangles is presented in Chapter 8. Chapter 9 features new material on methods of holding the part during milling operations. Methodizing is also given, complete with setup sheet, tool and operations sheet, and setup procedures for machining centers. Chapter 11 is new and provides step-by-step instructions on how to run the Predator mill simulator. Chapter 17 provides more material on the features on CNC lathes, including a detailed description of the machine control unit. Basic lathe operations, feed directions, and rake angles are thoroughly discussed. Chapter 18 is also new and includes instructions on how to run the Predator lathe simulator. Chapter 19 now includes material on methodizing operations for CNC lathes, setup sheet, tool and operation sheet formats, and setup procedures. Chapter 21 explains how to create a complete part program using Mastercam X CNC sol, ware.
Appendix B has been updated and new appendices have been added. Appendix E features tables of important GDT symbols and their meanings. An identification system for OD and ID tools is given in the new Appendix F. Appendix G is new and presents instructions on writing and verifying word address programs using Predator's mill simulator. Step-by-step instructions on how to write and verify word address part programs using Predator's lathe simulator are given in Appendix H.
Included with this edition are bound CD-ROM disks containing KWIK TRIG right-triangle solver software and Predator simulation software. The software displays real-time solid model animation of the machining that results from a word address part program. Additionally, it has an inspection mode that enables students to section as well as verify the dimensions of the machined part.
The new release of Predator simulation software works properly to simulate all the sample milling and lathe word address part programs in the text.
New chapters have been introduced on reading material specifications, running the mill simulator, and running the lathe simulator.
Each chapter has been updated and expanded with material that is useful to the CNC programmer.
Each chapter begins with a brief listing of objectives and ends with a chapter summary.
Illustrations and photographs are used liberally throughout to reinforce material being discussed.
Students are frequently directed to key terms and concepts.
Flowcharts are used to teach CNC process planning and program planning.
The importance of job setup is discussed in the programming examples.
Fundamental word address (G and M code) programming is stressed.
Industrial standard practices and terms are emphasized in the programming examples.
Needless cross-referencing has been eliminated. Each program is listed with all explanations on the same page.
Pattern recognition is emphasized. The student is taught to recognize a certain group of programming commands as a programming pattern. For example, pattern A commands start up the CNC machine, whereas pattern B commands cause a tool change. ..
An excellent assortment of review exercises is provided at the end of each chapter. Setup notes, a CNC tooling and operations sheet, and a clamping sketch is provided with each programming exercise.
Predator simulation software enables the student to visualize and verify the correctness of all written word address part programs in the text.
The industry standard Fanuc controller is emphasized throughout the text.
Important mathematical principles are reviewed before programming is presented. A special chapter on right-triangle trigonometry provides the student with the critical mathematical information needed to understand programming.