Published by The Society of Manufacturing Engineers
Today's CNC user faces fierce global competition. No longer is it enough to
just have CNC capability. If you expect to thrive, you have to produce
workpieces of the highest quality -- quickly -- by getting the most out of your
CNC machine tools. This means boosting equipment uptime and cutting downtime.
Your company's very survival may hinge on just how well you meet this on-going
Managing CNC Operations provides the ideas, guidelines, and techniques you
need to capture the full potential of your CNC equipment. The book is
structured so that you can adapt what you learn to your own CNC environment,
your own applications, and your own specific needs. The book covers nearly
every aspect of CNC operations, including information not found in any other
text book in print.
The book is organized so that you can use it as a step-by-step guide to
efficient CNC utilization or as a shop-floor reference for continuous
improvement. It is divided in to four parts.
Understanding your CNC environment
Educating your people
Setup and cycle time reduction
Other important CNC issues of concern
Hundreds of specific utilization-boosting techniques are detailed, with
specific emphasis on reducing setup and cycle time, the two areas with the
greatest potential for CNC gains. Devoted to expanding your understanding and
evaluation of the CNC environment and its competitive importance, this book is
a must read for anyone working in the CNC world ... shop owners,
managers, CNC coordinators, programmers, trainers, and setup people.
BP-MCNCO ~ Managing CNC Operations book ~ $89.00 ~
NO LONGER IN PRINT