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Posted 12/14/2019 9:42:18 PM
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Placed a copy of this post here for anyone planning to and/or building a bat vehicle.
Here is the best book ever written on CNC programing/operating systems.
The lathe threading section in particular is extremely well written.
This book is written in easy to understand language and very well illustrated.
I bought the hardback copy because I like to make ink and highlighter marks and notations.

No other book covers CNC control setup in such practical detail. This unique reference from the author of the best-selling CNC Programming Handbook features nearly all of the activities a typical CNC operator performs on a daily basis. Starting with overall descriptions and in-depth explanations of various features, it goes much further and is sure to be a valuable resource for anyone involved in CNC.
Describes working with all types of offsets for milling and turning applications, interpretation of part programs, applying trial cuts, making program changes, and much more.
Places emphasis on troubleshooting many common problems that occur in CNC operations.
Presents suggested methods of correction, along with methods of prevention.


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Posted 12/17/2019 12:51:46 PM


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Hey Vertigo-

Glad to hear a good review of a CNC book... but unfortunately the image you posted isn't loading properly...

Your images from 11/12 seem to be fine, however... so is it possible for you to share the title/author of the book you found?

Thanks-

-Adam


-Waz
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Posted 12/18/2019 10:51:19 AM
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Book Summary: The title of this book is CNC Control Setup for Milling and Turning and it was written by Peter Smid. This particular edition is in a Hardcover format. This books publish date is Mar 30, 2010 and it has a suggested retail price of $64.95 but usually goes for around 50.oo. It was published by Industrial Press, Inc. and has a total of 300 pages in the book. The 10 digit ISBN is 0831133503 and the 13 digit ISBN is 9780831133504.
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Posted 1/10/2020 7:14:23 PM
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Placed a copy of this post here for anyone, planning to and/or building a bat vehicle.
Business and travel demands have kept me away from my Tumbler and Justice League builds. Hope to be back to my builds sometime in late January or early February. Read an excellent book while traveling.
MACHINING for dummies by Kip Hanson
ISBN: 978—1-119-42613-4 copyright 2018

The book is a very well written, 300-page, progressive history/review/summary from past to present covering machine tools, simple and complex metalworking and other materials processes, CNC programming, G-code, computer software, robotics, etc.
I would describe it as the best tool and process summary I have read.
The material is relevant to the building of most parts and assemblies in today’s world.
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Posted 1/10/2020 7:34:07 PM


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What! No travel pix? Remember I showed you the tent they made me live in in the mountains?

I challenge you to photograph some nice batman-like locations on your travels and post them up in the Gotham Settings thread. http://www.chickslovethecar.com/board/Batmobile_Topic160862-4-1.aspx
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Wow you are making some progress, excellent work.
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