By S. A. Tobias
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IOO DM/Workpiece No. of IO Workpieces IOO n-AL FIG. 1. Calculation of processing costs. 35 36 P. STOCKMANN In my paper given four years ago I was able to show how consistent application of electronic data processing in conjunction with numerical control systems achieves not only a reduction in setting effort and expenditure KAW, but also a reduction in preparation effort and expenditure Kyo- A suitable turning machine (Fig. 2) can co-operate with a new programming system AUTOPIT (Fig. 3) developed simultaneously and this system will automatically also solve technological problems.
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24. Programme plastic card type Ramstetter. N/C Development Influences Conventional Turning Machines «... ■H*;»*Wr FIG. 25. Longitudinal trip-dog plate. FIG. 26. Transverse trip-dog plate. & 52 P. STOCKMANN FIG. 27. Presetting of trip-dog plates on the presetting fixture. a. Setting up on the machine b, Presetting I fixture for I machine b2 Presetting I fixture for 3 machines 5 Kyp KAW K n £lOOO + 25 -ho- Kyg IOO Batch size - FIG. 28. Costs per piece using various setting methods. N/C Development Influences Conventional Turning Machines 53 On account of ten years of experience in the development of numerically-controlled turning machines, it was possible to find and apply control circuits so simple that the ultimate result is an inexpensive numerical control with the added advantage that the data carrier here used—the plastic card mentioned earlier—is more readily understood by the man in the workshop and can be both prepared and corrected by him without the need for FIG.
Advances in Machine Tool Design and Research 1969. Proceedings of the 10th International M.T.D.R. Conference, University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology, September 1969 by S. A. Tobias