CNC market to surpass $7.7billion by 2012

September 2008
Motion System Design;Sep2008, Vol. 50 Issue 9, p13
The article offers information on a study from Dedham, Massachusetts-based ARC Advisory Group Inc., which reveals that the Computer Numerical Controls market has grown, lead by the increase in the production of machine tools in the European and Asian markets. It also reveals that emerging economies including Russia, India and China will continue to grow with a number of low-valued machine tools established in the regions.


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