Service Engineering CNC provides support for smaller engineering firms using computer numerically controlled equipment.
What does CNC stand for?
CNC stands for Computer Numerically Controlled
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
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We have 317 other meanings of CNC in our Acronym Attic
- Communications Network Control
- Community Newspaper Company (various locations)
- Community Nutrition Center (Bangladesh)
- Compagnie Nouvelle des Conteneurs (French transport company)
- Complemented Natural Code (coding theory)
- Complex Number Calculator
- Comprehensive Neuroscience Center (various locations)
- Computer Network Consultants (various locations)
- Computer Numeric Code
- Computer Numerical Control (manufacturing)
- Computerized Numerically Controlled
- Concerned Citizen Party
- Condensation Nuclei Counter
- Confederación Nacional Campesina (Spanish: National Peasant Confederation, Mexico)
- Confédération Nationale de la Construction (French: National Confederation of Construction; Belgium)
- Confédération Nationale des Cadres (French: National Confederation of Executives; Belgium)
- Configurable Network Computing
- Congreso Nacional de Canarias (National Congress of the Canary Islands; separatist group)
- Conseil National de la Chirurgie (French: National Board of Surgery)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Normally an apprentice would spend a couple of years operating the manual lathes before we'd let them have a go on the computer numerically controlled equipment," he said: "But Steven picked things up so quickly he was moved up in a matter of weeks.
Drillgear's 70-acre manufacturing base in Houston, Texas, includes the latest computer numerically controlled threaders, saw lines, analytical and measuring equipment in climate-controlled buildings for optimum control and repeatability.
The facility uses the latest computer numerically controlled (CNC) machines, which are used for milling, punching, sheet cutting, and cylinder winding.
They coordinate the functions of multiple PLCs, DCSs, and other automated devices, such as robots, computer numerically controlled (CNC) machines, material handling systems, and machine vision systems.
won a silver medal in computer numerically controlled machining.