These decades' old data-communication formats were originally conceived to drive the emerging numerically controlled machines.
What does NC stand for?
NC stands for Numerically Controlled
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We have 130 other meanings of NC in our Acronym Attic
- Not Connected
- Notebook Computer
- Notifiable Change
- Nova College
- Nova Consulting
- Nuchal Cord
- Nuclear Chemistry
- Nuke Cannon (gaming, Command & Conquer Generals)
- Numerical Control
- Numismatic Chronicle (UK)
- Nunca (Portuguese)
- Nurse Call
- Nurse Corps
- Nutrition Consultant (aka Nutritional Consultant)
- Occupation Air Post (Scott Catalogue prefix; philately)
- Oficina Nacional de Normalización (Cuba)
- First Phasing Maneuver (Orbiter Rendezvous Maneuver)
- Non Contact Atomic Force Microscopy
- North Carolina Community-Based Public Health Initiative
Samples in periodicals archive:
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Delmac Machinery Group The OMAL HBD 1550 Horizontal Bore, Glue, and Dowel machine, from Delmac Machinery Group, is a numerically controlled machine to drill, glue and insert dowels on horizontal pieces.
When finished the hub is a 225-lb part which has been machined over 100% of its surface by a numerically controlled 2-spindle Cincinnati bridge-type profiler.
Using a single machine to grind and mill helps eliminate setups, work-in process and stack up errors due to multiple setups, reduces fixture costs with 5-axis capability, and simplifies the manufacturing process with numerically controlled intermittent dress.
With a shop stocked with sophisticated computer numerically controlled (CNC) equipment, Farnell says "everyone is trained to keep the machines running as close to 100 percent as possible.
Abstract: One of the most important factors which influences the dynamical behavior of the feed drives for numerically controlled machine tools is position loop gain or Kv-factor.
By using the virtual signature standard as tool path information in a numerically controlled diamond turning machine at the NIST instrument shop, the 20 RM bullets were produced.