Computer numerically controlled lathe machine
Date of Publication
Bachelor of Science in Manufacturing Engineering and Management
Gokongwei College of Engineering
Manufacturing Engineering and Management
Awarded as best thesis, 2000
Mark Jansson L. Kho
Defense Panel Chair
Nixon A. Ng
Defense Panel Member
Homer S. Co
John-John P. Cabibihan
This study aims to incorporate different types of concepts and basic ideas into practical applications. It will be done by automating a lathe machine that is already owned by the Manufacturing Engineering and Management Department.
The group will make the Boxford 125 Training Computer Lathe (TCL) Machine functional and operational once again. The group would also upgrade the machine by incorporating new electronic circuits and by allowing the machine to operate with the aid of a personal computer.
A software application will drive the stepper motors on both the x and z axes, while the DC motor will drive the spindle. Another versatility of the machine is that it could be operated on both the manual and computer mode. As for the manual mode, the user could simply use the built-in control panel on the right side of the machine.
This all put together will hopefully achieve the objective of the group.
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Belependio, G., Co, J., Porciuncula, G., Tan, A., & Woo, R. (2000). Computer numerically controlled lathe machine. Retrieved from https://animorepository.dlsu.edu.ph/etd_honors/322