Advanced controls for high speed milling

Schuett, Todd J.
October 1996
Modern Machine Shop;Oct96, Vol. 69 Issue 5, p64
Trade Publication
Discusses the advantages of high speed control for machining centers. Includes relativity; Surface to points; Concept of chordal deviation.


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