MACHINING PARAMETERS DATABASE

MACHINING PARAMETERS


PRACTICAL FOR MACHINISTS AND NC PROGRAMMERS TO DEVELOP MACHINING PARAMETERS QUICKLY AND EASILY.
PREVENT LOST TIME, SCRAP, BROKEN TOOLS AND MACHINE CRASHES. IMPROVE OVERALL PRODUCTIVITY.

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CNC MACHINING PARAMETERS SEMINAR:
The purpose of this training is to provide fundamental working knowledge in machining principles. Emphasis will be on material removal processes performed on computerized numerically controlled (CNC) lathes and machining centers. Detailed information will be illustrated for selecting the following operating conditions: feed, speed, depth-of-cut, horsepower, cutting tool material and geometry. This training program gives each participant the most current and comprehensive machining data reference material available.

Training Materials Each participant receives the 2 Volume, 2,304 page Machining Data Handbook containing information related to cutting conditions based on a wide variety of workpiece materials, machining operations and tooling materials. These texts are the accepted standard of the industry. This $160 volume set is from the Institute of Advanced Manufacturing Sciences, Inc. IAMS is a not-for-profit national information analysis center for applied research, development and testing. Their mission is to enhance the competitiveness of companies by accelerating the implementation of technology and improving business practices, drawing upon the resources of industry, academia and government.
Their CutData software will also be demonstrated during the training. It is the Machining Data Handbook for a multi-task Windows environment, containing the most comprehensive listing of feeds, speeds, power requirements and metal removal rates in the world.

INSTRUCTION METHOD:
The training contains class hand-outs, slide projections, text and graphic illustrations, and four specific exercises (two for lathes and two for machining centers). There will be a three month follow-up survey and a post training test for those who wish to participate.

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BENEFITS:
Cutting tool geometry and materials, workpiece alloys and your own unique machining situations require that you use the best data available to minimize tooling costs and maximize machine tool utilization. This training provides the information and methods to work toward these goals immediately.

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