High-speed machining (HSM) has become a popular topic in CNC machining methodology in recent years. Simply defined, high-speed machining is a methodology to improve machining throughput by using higher-than-normal...
One of the major contributions to the growing acceptance of Computer Numerical Control (CNC) has been the development of Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM). A Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM) program uses a CAD...
The Manufacturing Processes (ME 201) class in the Mechanical Engineering (ME) Department at Christian Brothers University (CBU) is a required course for all ME students. This class combines traditional machining,...
Cutting edge waterjet innovations are the subject of this February 2003 feature from Forming & Fabricating, a publication of the Society of Manufacturing Engineers. Extremely high pressure nozzles are being developed to...
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