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CNC Milling Technology with the BenchMill 6000 (VI)

CNC Milling Technology with the BenchMill 6000 (VI)
CNC Turning Technology with BenchTurn 7000 (VI)

CNC Turning Technology with BenchTurn 7000 (VI)
Introduction to CNC Routers with VCarve Pro

Introduction to CNC Routers with VCarve Pro



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    REC Unit 3: Physics and Robotics reviews fundamental physics concepts such as speed and torque and shows how they apply to robotics. Students also learn about motors and how they are used in robotics by testing the Vex motors on the BaseBot and logging performance information into the engineering notebook. Topics like angular velocity, linear motion, gear ratios, weight, friction, torque and acceleration are all introduced and reinforced with activities related to robotics. The final project challenges students to pull a weighted sled with the BaseBot.

    Catalog No. 77-8115-0030
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    Introduction to CNC Routers with VCarve Pro is a direct, project driven course that enables students to bring objects they create to life quickly and motivates them to complete other projects. They will learn terminology related to CNC. Setting up the router using Mach3™ control software. This is followed up by five projects using Vectric VCarve Pro to produce amazing results.

    Catalog number: 77-8160-0002

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    Automatic identification systems enable direct entry of data into a computer system, programmable logic controller (PLC) or other microprocessor-controlled device without using a keyboard. AutoID technologies provide a quick, accurate and cost-effective way to track items, collect and enter data, and encode a wide range of information, from a simple detail to comprehensive statistics about an item or person.

    In the Automatic Identification Systems module, students are introduced to the most popular AutoID technologies: bar codes, magnetic stripe cards, smart cards, biometric technologies and radio frequency (RF). Students observe how different automatic identification technologies offer different solutions to data collection and storage problems. Students determine the advantages/disadvantages, features and typical applications of each technology.
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    Este es un curso de introducción a LearnMate.

    The Electromechanical Maintenance Cell is the ultimate capstone to any industrial maintenance / mechatronics program. Students learn to assemble, wire, maintain, and troubleshoot electromechanical systems just as if they were in the industrial environment.

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    The CNC Milling Technology course introduces students to the fundamentals of CNC (Computer Numerical Control) milling. Students learn the fundamentals of CNC milling by working with industrial-based equipment to accurately machine a series of complex parts. Students observe and experience CNC's superiority over time-consuming, less accurate, manually controlled machine tools. Activities challenge students to develop and edit programs, and machine assorted parts. Students gain hands-on experience in proper machine set-up, cutting tool selection, tool path simulation and machining center operation. Students design solutions for industrial CNC milling applications with an emphasis on real industrial concerns, such as optimized programming, accurate milling and increased productivity. 

    Catalog Number 77-8140-0002

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    This module introduces the student to the use of BenchTurn 7000. The basic concepts of CAM (Computer Aided Manufacturing) are introduced and developed. CAD (Computer Aided Drawing) functions are reviewed, enabling the student to create 2D part drawings. 

    The student masters the software through a series of projects. Each project teaches, with increasing complexity, job setup, drawing construction, tool path generation, tool path verification and NC code generation. The projects introduce all of the commonly used tool path parameters that can be set. Students also learn how to specify customized cutting tools. 

    Students create facing, roughing, finishing, drilling, grooving, parting and threading tool paths. Tool paths are verified using the Verify and Backplot animations. Student learn how to generate and save NC code. 
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    The CNC Milling Technology module introduces students to the fundamentals of CNC (Computer Numerical Control) milling. Students learn the fundamentals of CNC milling by working with industrial-based equipment to accurately machine a series of complex parts. Students observe and experience CNC's superiority over time-consuming, less accurate, manually controlled machine tools. Activities challenge students to develop and edit programs, and machine assorted parts.

    Students gain hands-on experience in proper machine set up, cutting tool selection, tool path simulation and machining center operation. Students design solutions for industrial CNC milling applications with an emphasis on real industrial concerns, such as optimized programming, accurate milling and increased productivity. 

    [Cat. No. 77-3140-0001]


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    The CNC Milling Technology with proLIGHT 1000 module introduces you to the fundamentals of CNC (Computer Numerical Control) milling. You learn the fundamentals of CNC milling by working with industrial-based equipment to accurately machine series of complex parts. You observe and experience CNC's superiority over time-consuming, less accurate, manually controlled machine tools.

    Activities challenge you to develop and edit programs, and machine assorted parts. You gain experience in proper machine set up, cutting tool selection, tool path definition and machining center operation. You design solutions for industrial CNC milling applications with an emphasis on real industrial concerns, such as optimized programming, accurate milling and increased productivity.

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    The CNC Milling Technology course introduces students to the fundamentals of CNC (Computer Numerical Control) milling. Students learn the fundamentals of CNC milling by working with industrial-based equipment to accurately machine a series of complex parts. Students observe and experience CNC's superiority over time-consuming, less accurate, manually controlled machine tools. Activities challenge students to develop and edit programs, and machine assorted parts. Students gain hands-on experience in proper machine set-up, cutting tool selection, tool path simulation and machining center operation. Students design solutions for industrial CNC milling applications with an emphasis on real industrial concerns, such as optimized programming, accurate milling and increased productivity. [Ver: 1.0.2.0]

    The CNC Milling Technology module introduces students to the fundamentals of CNC (Computer Numerical Control) milling. Students learn the fundamentals of CNC milling by working with industrial-based equipment to accurately machine a series of complex parts. Students observe and experience CNC's superiority over time-consuming, less accurate, manually controlled machine tools. Activities challenge students to develop and edit programs, and machine assorted parts. Students gain hands-on experience in proper machine set up, cutting tool selection, tool path simulation and machining center operation. Students design solutions for industrial CNC milling applications with an emphasis on real industrial concerns, such as optimized programming, accurate milling and increased productivity. [3.0.1.0]

    This module introduces the student to the use of BenchTurn 7000. The basic concepts of CAM (Computer Aided Manufacturing) are introduced and developed. CAD (Computer Aided Drawing) functions are reviewed, enabling the student to create 2D part drawings. 

    The student masters the software through a series of projects. Each project teaches, with increasing complexity, job setup, drawing construction, tool path generation, tool path verification and NC code generation. The projects introduce all of the commonly used tool path parameters that can be set. Students also learn how to specify customized cutting tools. 

    Students create facing, roughing, finishing, drilling, grooving, parting and threading tool paths. Tool paths are verified using the Verify and Backplot animations. Student learn how to generate and save NC code. 
    [V.1.0.0.0]

    The CNC Milling Technology module introduces students to the fundamentals of CNC (Computer Numerical Control) milling. Students learn the fundamentals of CNC milling by working with industrial-based equipment to accurately machine a series of complex parts. Students observe and experience CNC's superiority over time-consuming, less accurate, manually controlled machine tools. Activities challenge students to develop and edit programs, and machine assorted parts. Students gain hands-on experience in proper machine set up, cutting tool selection, tool path simulation and machining center operation. Students design solutions for industrial CNC milling applications with an emphasis on real industrial concerns, such as optimized programming, accurate milling and increased productivity. 
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    This module introduces the student to the use of ProTurn 9000. The basic concepts of CAM (Computer Aided Manufacturing) are introduced and developed. CAD (Computer Aided Drawing) functions are reviewed, enabling the student to create 2D part drawings. 

    The student masters the software through a series of projects. Each project teaches, with increasing complexity, job setup, drawing construction, tool path generation, tool path verification and NC code generation. The projects introduce all of the commonly used tool path parameters that can be set. Students also learn how to specify customized cutting tools. 

    Students create facing, roughing, finishing, drilling, grooving, parting and threading tool paths. Tool paths are verified using the Verify and Backplot animations. Student learn how to generate and save NC code. 
    [V.1.0.0.0]

    This module introduces the student to the use of ProTurn 9000. The basic concepts of CAM (Computer Aided Manufacturing) are introduced and developed. CAD (Computer Aided Drawing) functions are reviewed, enabling the student to create 2D part drawings. 

    The student masters the software through a series of projects. Each project teaches, with increasing complexity, job setup, drawing construction, tool path generation, tool path verification and NC code generation. The projects introduce all of the commonly used tool path parameters that can be set. Students also learn how to specify customized cutting tools. 

    Students create facing, roughing, finishing, drilling, grooving, parting and threading tool paths. Tool paths are verified using the Verify and Backplot animations. Student learn how to generate and save NC code. 
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    In this quick start guide, you will learn how to use the FANUC Emulator in CNCMotion virtual CNC machining software. The course is based on the BenchMill 6000 machining center.
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    In this quick start guide, you will learn how to use the FANUC Emulator in CNCMotion virtual CNC machining software. The course is based on the BenchTurn 7000 machining center.
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    This module introduces the student to the use of BenchTurn 7000. The basic concepts of CAM (Computer Aided Manufacturing) are introduced and developed. CAD (Computer Aided Drawing) functions are reviewed, enabling the student to create 2D part drawings. 

    The student masters the software through a series of projects. Each project teaches, with increasing complexity, job setup, drawing construction, tool path generation, tool path verification and NC code generation. The projects introduce all of the commonly used tool path parameters that can be set. Students also learn how to specify customized cutting tools. 

    Students create facing, roughing, finishing, drilling, grooving, parting and threading tool paths. Tool paths are verified using the Verify and Backplot animations. Student learn how to generate and save NC code. 
    [V.1.0.0.0]

    This module introduces the student to the use of BenchTurn 7000. The basic concepts of CAM (Computer Aided Manufacturing) are introduced and developed. CAD (Computer Aided Drawing) functions are reviewed, enabling the student to create 2D part drawings. 

    The student masters the software through a series of projects. Each project teaches, with increasing complexity, job setup, drawing construction, tool path generation, tool path verification and NC code generation. The projects introduce all of the commonly used tool path parameters that can be set. Students also learn how to specify customized cutting tools. 

    Students create facing, roughing, finishing, drilling, grooving, parting and threading tool paths. Tool paths are verified using the Verify and Backplot animations. Student learn how to generate and save NC code. 
    [V.1.0.0.0]

    The CNC Milling Technology module introduces students to the fundamentals of CNC (Computer Numerical Control) milling. Students learn the fundamentals of CNC milling by working with industrial-based equipment to accurately machine a series of complex parts. Students observe and experience CNC's superiority over time-consuming, less accurate, manually controlled machine tools. Activities challenge students to develop and edit programs, and machine assorted parts. Students gain hands-on experience in proper machine set up, cutting tool selection, tool path simulation and machining center operation. Students design solutions for industrial CNC milling applications with an emphasis on real industrial concerns, such as optimized programming, accurate milling and increased productivity. [V1.0.0.0]

    The CNC Milling Technology module introduces students to the fundamentals of CNC (Computer Numerical Control) milling. Students learn the fundamentals of CNC milling by working with industrial-based equipment to accurately machine a series of complex parts. Students observe and experience CNC's superiority over time-consuming, less accurate, manually controlled machine tools. Activities challenge students to develop and edit programs, and machine assorted parts. Students gain hands-on experience in proper machine set up, cutting tool selection, tool path simulation and machining center operation. Students design solutions for industrial CNC milling applications with an emphasis on real industrial concerns, such as optimized programming, accurate milling and increased productivity. 
    [V1.0.0.0]

    This module introduces the student to the use of ProTurn 9000. The basic concepts of CAM (Computer Aided Manufacturing) are introduced and developed. CAD (Computer Aided Drawing) functions are reviewed, enabling the student to create 2D part drawings. 

    The student masters the software through a series of projects. Each project teaches, with increasing complexity, job setup, drawing construction, tool path generation, tool path verification and NC code generation. The projects introduce all of the commonly used tool path parameters that can be set. Students also learn how to specify customized cutting tools. 

    Students create facing, roughing, finishing, drilling, grooving, parting and threading tool paths. Tool paths are verified using the Verify and Backplot animations. Student learn how to generate and save NC code. 
    [V.1.0.0.0]

    This module introduces the student to the use of ProTurn 9000. The basic concepts of CAM (Computer Aided Manufacturing) are introduced and developed. CAD (Computer Aided Drawing) functions are reviewed, enabling the student to create 2D part drawings. 

    The student masters the software through a series of projects. Each project teaches, with increasing complexity, job setup, drawing construction, tool path generation, tool path verification and NC code generation. The projects introduce all of the commonly used tool path parameters that can be set. Students also learn how to specify customized cutting tools. 

    Students create facing, roughing, finishing, drilling, grooving, parting and threading tool paths. Tool paths are verified using the Verify and Backplot animations. Student learn how to generate and save NC code. 
    [V.1.0.0.0]

    The CNC Milling Technology module introduces students to the fundamentals of CNC (Computer Numerical Control) milling. Students learn the fundamentals of CNC milling by working with industrial-based equipment to accurately machine a series of complex parts. Students observe and experience CNC's superiority over time-consuming, less accurate, manually controlled machine tools. Activities challenge students to develop and edit programs, and machine assorted parts. Students gain hands-on experience in proper machine set up, cutting tool selection, tool path simulation and machining center operation. Students design solutions for industrial CNC milling applications with an emphasis on real industrial concerns, such as optimized programming, accurate milling and increased productivity. 
    [V1.0.0.0]