Category Archives: Manufacturing process

Programming Systems | CNC programming Basics | G-Code | M-Code | Incremental and Absolute Programming System | Interpolation | Linear Interpolation | Circular Interpolation

Interpolation The method by which contouring machine tools move from one programmed point to the next is called interpolation. This ability to merge individual axis points into a predefined tool path is built into most of today’s MCUs. There are five methods of interpolation: linear circular helical parabolic cubic All contouring controls provide linear interpolation, and most controls are capable

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Programming Systems | CNC programming Basics | G-Code | M-Code | Incremental and Absolute Programming System

Two types of programming modes, the incremental system and the absolute system, are used for CNC. Both systems have applications in CNC programming, and no system is either right or wrong all the time. Most controls on machine tools today are capable of handling either incremental or absolute programming.   Incremental program locations are always given as the distance and

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Computer Numerical Control | CNC | What Is CNC | How CNC Works | Programming Basics

The term numerical control is a widely accepted and commonly used term in the machine tool industry. Numerical control (NC) enables an operator to communicate with machine tools through a series of numbers and symbols. NC which quickly became Computer Numerical Control (CNC) has brought tremendous changes to the metalworking industry. New machine tools in CNC have enabled industry to

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Induction Brazing | Furnace Brazing | Copper Brazing Torch | Laser Brazing Process

There are numerous brazing methods are available. Some of them are Induction Brazing,  Furnace Brazing, copper brazing torch, infrared brazing, laser brazing, dip brazing, resistance brazing.

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Brazing Technology | How To Brazing | Brazing Joints | Brazing Filler and Flux

Brazing Technology is a joining process in which a filler metal is melted and dispersed by capillary action between the faying surfaces of the metal parts being joined. No melting of the base metals occurs in brazing; only the filler metals are melted. In brazing, the filler metal (also called as brazing metal), has a melting point is above 840° F (450° C) but below the melting point of the base metal to be joined. Tensile strength of the joint is about 40000 psi.

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Underwater Welding | Underwater Welding Dangers | Hyperbaric Welding

Underwater welding offers a mode of assembly or repairs the structures underwater. It is a type of technology for repairing marine structures. Unconventional methods such as clamp and grout repairs (which may set up inappropriately high loading on offshore structures), and the use of bolted flanges for the tie-ins, are not necessarily always satisfactory.

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