Most CNC-using companies hire people with
little or no previous CNC experience to run their CNC machine tools. Their goal
is to train new people on the job. Yet companies vary when it comes to
how much training they provide their entry-level CNC people as well as the
quality of the training they provide. If you've been hired to run a CNC
machining center, it's possible that you're a little frustrated with the amount
of training you've been given. You probably want to know more - more about your
machine and what it does - as well as more about how to run it.
This inexpensive, easy-to understand operator's guide leads you through what
you must know about CNC machining centers in a step-by-step manner. You'll be
exposed to the most important concepts required to run this popular style of
CNC machine tool.
Written by Mike Lynch and published by CNC Concepts, Inc.
Managers and Formen in the CNC environment:
If you're like most managers working for CNC-using companies, you're
probably pretty frustrated with the effort you must exert in order to bring
new CNC operators up to speed. And you may find it quite difficult to
keep them once they've learned what they need to know. Given the
constant need to train new operators, why not provide your new hires with this
operator's guide to help them understand the machine they'll be running?