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CNC Machining Center Movements JC-CNC-2007


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Course Description

A CNC machining center moves on three axes of travel. It uses a machine coordinate system and a part coordinate system to identify positions on the axes. Learning about how a CNC machining center moves and identifies positions will help you understand how the geometry of a part is defined and how the part is machined.

By the end of this course, you will be able to

• Define movements on the Z-axis

• Define movements on the Y-axis

• Define movements on the X-axis

• Describe the machine coordinate system

• Define machine home

• Describe the part coordinate system

• Define part zero

• Describe how ordered triplets are used to define the geometry of a part

Estimated completion time (hours): 0.9