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Computer numerical control (CNC) refers to the use of computer software to control and operate manufacturing equipment, such as lathes, mills, and 3D printers. CNC systems use a computer program to input precise instructions for the movement of the machine's tooling and other functions, such as cutting and shaping materials.
CNC systems can be used to produce a wide range of products, including metal and plastic parts, wood products, and even food products. They are used in a variety of industries, including automotive, aerospace, and medical device manufacturing.
CNC systems offer several advantages over traditional manual manufacturing methods. They can produce parts with a high degree of accuracy and precision and can operate at high speeds and with minimal human intervention. CNC systems also allow manufacturers to easily make changes to their production processes, as the computer program can be quickly modified to make different parts or to change the production process.
Overall, CNC systems are an important technology that has revolutionized manufacturing and made it possible to produce a wide range of products with a high degree of accuracy and efficiency.
It may also be helpful to involve managers and other subject matter experts in the planning and delivery of the training program to ensure that it is relevant and meets the needs of your CNC machine operators.
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