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Branch : Mechanical Engineering
Semester : 7th Sem
Year : 2016-2017
Subject : Computer Aided Manufacturing (2171903)
Presentation Topic : Introduction to NC, CNC & DNC machine tools.
Enrollment No : 130454119006, 140453119007, 140453119006, 140453119005
Guided by : PROF. Khushbu Panchal
Outline of presentation :-
1. Introduction to NC Machine tools.
2. Introduction to CNC Machine tools.
3. Introduction to DNC Machine tools.
4. Difference Between NC, CNC and DNC machine tools.
Content references :-
1. Content taken from : Computer Aided Manufacturing by R .B . Patil
2. Images : Google images & flow diagram’s self prepared using power point tools.
3. Videos : Taken from Youtube
Numerical Control (NC) Defined
 NC (numerical control) machine tools are the machine tool,
of which the various functions are controlled by : letters ,
numbers and symbols.
 The NC machine tool runs on a program fed to it; without
human operator. The NC program consist of a set of instruction
or statement for controlling the motion of the drives of the
machine tools as well as the motion of the cutting tool.
Presented by :- Nilrajsinh Vasandia (130454119006)
 NC machine tools , one or more of the following function may
be automatic :
i. Starting and stopping of the machine tool spindle;
ii. Controlling the spindle speed;
iii. Positioning the tool at the desired location and guiding it along
the desired path by automatic control of the motion of slides;
iv. Controlling the feed rate; and
v. Changing the tools.
Presented by :- Nilrajsinh Vasandia (130454119006)
Presented by :- Nilrajsinh Vasandia (130454119006)
Components of NC machine tool system
1. Part program:-
• Using the part drawing and the cutting parameters, the part
program is written.
• The part program is a set of step by instruction to the machine
tool for carrying out the operation.
• Method use for part programming
1. Manual part programming
2. Computer-aided part programming
Presented by :- Nilrajsinh Vasandia (130454119006)
2. Program Tape:-
• The part program is entered on the program tape.
• The program is entered on the tape in the form of punched
holes. The holes are punched with the help of punching machine.
3. Machine Control Unit(MCU):-
• The program tape is read by the tape reader.
• The controller takes input from the tape reader.
4. Machine Tool:-
• The machine tool is operated by the controller of the machine
control unit.
Presented by :- Nilrajsinh Vasandia (130454119006)
NC Coordinate Systems
 For flat and prismatic (block-like) parts:
Milling and drilling operations
Conventional Cartesian coordinate system
Rotational axes about each linear axis
Presented by :- Nilrajsinh Vasandia (130454119006)
NC Coordinate Systems
 For rotational parts:
Turning operations
Only x- and z-axes
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Motion Control Systems
1. Point-to-Point systems
• Also called position systems
• System moves to a location and performs an operation at that
location (e.g., drilling)
• Also applicable in robotics
Presented by :- Nilrajsinh Vasandia (130454119006)
Motion Control Systems
2. Continuous path systems
• Also called contouring systems in machining
• System performs an operation during movement (e.g., milling
and turning)
Presented by :- Nilrajsinh Vasandia (130454119006)
Absolute vs. Incremental Positioning
• Absolute positioning
• Move is: x = 40, y = 50
• Incremental positioning
• Move is: x = 20, y = 30.
Presented by :- Nilrajsinh Vasandia (130454119006)
Advantages of NC machine tool
• Cycle time reduction
• Complex machining operation
• High degree of accuracy
• Less inspection required
• Reduction of scrap and wastage
• Increasing productivity
• Lower tooling cost
• Reduction of human error
• Greater operation safety
• Greater operation efficiency
• Reduction space required
• Operator skill-level reduced
Presented by :- Nilrajsinh Vasandia (130454119006)
Limitation of NC machine tool
• High investment cost
• High maintenance effort
• Need for skilled programmers
• High utilization required
Presented by :- Nilrajsinh Vasandia (130454119006)
Introduction to CNC Machine Tools
• In CNC (Computer Numerical Control) machines, a dedicated computer is used to
perform the most of basic NC machine functions.
• CNC (Computer Numerical Control) machine is a NC machine which uses a dedicated
computer as the machine control unit.
• The entire program is entered and stored in computer memory. The machining cycle for
each component is controlled by the program contained in the computer memory.
• The stored part program listing can be used for future production also.
Presented by :- Nilrajsinh Vasandia (130454119006)
Components of CNC machine tool system
• The main components of CNC machine tools are as follows :
1. Input / Output Console.
2. Microprocessor Based control unit.
3. Memory.
4. Feedback unit.
5. Machine Tool.
6. Interfaces.
Presented by :- Nilrajsinh Vasandia (130454119006)
Input / Output
Devices
Machine Tool
Memory (ROM)
Control program for :
Z Slide
X Slide
Memory (RAM)
Part Program
Feed Back Unit
Presented by :- Nilrajsinh Vasandia (130454119006)
• Input / Output Console : It is the unit through which part program is fed to the CNC
machine tool system and required output is taken out. It basically consists of monitor and
Keyboard.
• Microprocessor : This controller takes input from Input / Output device, Feedback from
feedback unit and actuates the drives as well as the tool of the machine tool.
• Memory : It consists of RAM & ROM. The RAM stores part program, while ROM stores
the programs for machine control.
• Feedback unit : The feedback unit takes input from machine tool and transfers it to control
unit for necessary corrections.
• Machine tool : Machine tool is operated by the control unit.
• Interfaces : They are the connections between the different components of the CNC
machine tool system.
Presented by :- Nilrajsinh Vasandia (130454119006)
Classification of CNC Machine tool systems
(a) According to type of Feedback systems
1. Open loop type CNC machine.
2. Closed loop type CNC machine.
(b) According to type of tool motion control
1. Finite positioning control CNC machines.
2. Continuous path control CNC machines.
(c) According to program methods
1. Absolute Programming CNC machine systems.
2. Incremental Programming CNC machine systems.
(d) According to type of controller
1. Hybrid controller CNC systems.
2. Straight controller CNC systems.
(e) According to axis & type of operations
1. CNC horizontal machining centre.
2. CNC vertical machining centre.
3. CNC turning centre.
4. CNC milling centre.
Presented by :- Nilrajsinh Vasandia (130454119006)
Classification based on type of feedback systems
Input Program Microcomputer
CNC controllerDrive motor
Gear box
Machine tool
slide
displacement
• It does not have any feedback
mechanism.
• It only has motion control but do not
have any provision for feedback, which
is needed to be compared with input for
better control & correction of drive
system.
Presented by :- Nilrajsinh Vasandia (130454119006)
Classification based on type of feedback systems
Input Program
Microcomputer
CNC controller
Drive motorGear box
Machine tool
slide
displacement
Measuring unit
• It has a feedback mechanism.
• It has the motion control with a provision
of feedback of feedback.
• Which can be used for accurately
controlling the drive system by
comparing it with the input information
until the required or desired position is
achived.
Presented by :- Nilrajsinh Vasandia (130454119006)
According to type of tool motion control:
• In point to point CNC machines, the
movement of cutting tool from one
predefined position to another predefined
position is important, while the path along
which this tool moves is irrelevant.
Commonly used in drilling & punching
operations.
• Straight cut line control mode is the
extension version of point to point method,
straight cut is obtained controlling the
movement of tool with controlled feed rate
in one of the axis direction at a time.
Commonly used in Face milling, pocket
milling and step turning operations.
Presented by :- Nilrajsinh Vasandia (130454119006)
According to type of tool motion control:
• The continuous path control system is
used for continuous, simultaneous &
coordinated motions of cutting tool &
work piece along different axes.
• Such motion enables machining of
different contoured profiles & curved
surfaces.
• Types : 2 axis, 2 ½ axis, 3 axis, Multi
axis countering.
Presented by :- Nilrajsinh Vasandia (130454119006)
According to programming Methods
• In Cartesian coordinate geometry
system using absolute measurement,
each point is always specified using
same zero established for a given
coordinate system.
X Y
0 0
0 4
2 4
2 5
4 6
4 7
6 6
8 8
8 4
5 4
Presented by :- Nilrajsinh Vasandia (130454119006)
According to programming Methods
• In Cartesian coordinate geometry
system using incremental measurement
, each point is specified using the path
differential from the preceding point
position. So in such programming ,
controller must store and process
additional path measurement.
X Y
0 0
0 4
2 0
0 1
2 1
0 1
2 -1
2 2
0 -4
- -
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According to type of controllers
1. Hard wired logic circuits : It performs
those functions for which they are best
suited, such as feed rate generation
and interpolation.
2. Soft wired computer : The computer
performs the remaining control
functions plus other duties not
normally associated with a
conventional hard-wired controller.
Minicomputer Hard-Wired logic
Circuits
Interface
Feedback
Presented by :- Nilrajsinh Vasandia (130454119006)
According to type of controllers
• It uses a computer to perform all the
functions.
• The interpolation, feed rate generation
and all other functions are performed by
the computer with the help of software.
• The only hard-wired elements are those
required to interface the computer with
machine tool and operator’s console.
Minicomputer
Interface
Feedback
Presented by :- Nilrajsinh Vasandia (130454119006)
Advantages & Limitations of CNC machine tools
Advantages
• Ease of program input.
• Multiple program storage.
• Online part programming and editing.
• Use of advanced interpolation.
• Automatic tool compensation.
• Auto generation of part program for
existing components.
• Change in system of units.
Limitations
• Higher investment cost.
• Higher maintenance cost.
• Requires specialised operators.
Presented by :- Nilrajsinh Vasandia (130454119006)
Introduction DNC
• DNC is a manufacturing system in which a number of machines are controlled by a computer
through direct- connection and in real time.
• Also, defined by EIA as: DNC is a system connecting a set of NC machines to a common memory
for part program or machine program storage with provision for on- demand distribution of data to
machines.
• The tape reader is omitted.
• Involves data connection and processing from the machine tool back to the computer.
Presented by :- Nilrajsinh Vasandia (130454119006)
Components
1. Central computer
2. Bulk memory which stores the NC part programs.
3. Telecommunication lines
4. Machine Tools.
Presented by :- Nilrajsinh Vasandia (130454119006)
Principle
Presented by :- Nilrajsinh Vasandia (130454119006)
• A central computer connected to a number of machine tools and control them
• Part program of all machine tools are stored in the memory of the central computer and transmitted on
direct transmission lines on demand
• Two way information flow take place in real time
• Various machine tools can communicate with the computer in real time
• Programs in full or segment can be transferred to NC machines
• Computer can be used for program editing
• No tape readers are used
• No limitation for the number or size of programs stored
Presented by :- Nilrajsinh Vasandia (130454119006)
The configuration of the DNC system can be divided into:
1. DNC system without satellite computer.
2. DNC system with satellite computer.
Satellite computers are minicomputers and they serve to take some of the burden off central
computer. Each satellites controls several machine tools.
Presented by :- Nilrajsinh Vasandia (130454119006)
DNC system without satellite computer
Presented by :- Nilrajsinh Vasandia (130454119006)
DNC system with satellite computer
Presented by :- Nilrajsinh Vasandia (130454119006)
Functions of DNC
The functions which a DNC system is designed to perform:
1. NC without punched tape.
2. NC part program storage.
3. Data collection, processing, and reporting.
4. Communication
Presented by :- Nilrajsinh Vasandia (130454119006)
Advantages of DNC System
• Elimination of punched tapes and tape readers
• Convenient storage of NC part programs in computer files
• Greater computational capability and flexibility
• Reporting of shop performance.
• Convenient editing and diagnostic features.
Presented by :- Nilrajsinh Vasandia (130454119006)
Comparison between NC, CNC and DNC machine tools
1. The part program is fed to the
machine through the tapes or other
such media.
2. In order to modify the program, the
tapes have to be changed.
3. In NC machine tool system, tape
reader is a part of machine control
unit.
4. System has no memory storage and
each time it is run using the tape.
5. It can not import CAD files.
6. It can not use feedback system.
7. They are not software driven.
1. In CNC machine tool system, the
program is fed to the machine through
the computer.
2. The programs can be easily modified
with the help of computer.
3. The microprocessor or minicomputer
forms the machine control unit. The
CNC machine does not need tape
reader.
4. It has memory storage ability, in which
part program can be stored.
5. System can import CAD files and
convert it to part program.
6. The system can use feedback system.
7. The system is software driven.
1. The part program is fed to the
machine through the Main computer
2. In order to modify the program,
single computer is used
3. Large memory of DNC allows it to
store a large amount of part
program.
4. Same part program can be run on
different machines at the same time.
5. The data can be processed using the
MIS software so as to effectively
carry out the Production planning
and scheduling.
Presented by :- Nilrajsinh Vasandia (130454119006)
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NC, CNC & DNC Machine

  • 1. Branch : Mechanical Engineering Semester : 7th Sem Year : 2016-2017 Subject : Computer Aided Manufacturing (2171903) Presentation Topic : Introduction to NC, CNC & DNC machine tools. Enrollment No : 130454119006, 140453119007, 140453119006, 140453119005 Guided by : PROF. Khushbu Panchal
  • 2. Outline of presentation :- 1. Introduction to NC Machine tools. 2. Introduction to CNC Machine tools. 3. Introduction to DNC Machine tools. 4. Difference Between NC, CNC and DNC machine tools. Content references :- 1. Content taken from : Computer Aided Manufacturing by R .B . Patil 2. Images : Google images & flow diagram’s self prepared using power point tools. 3. Videos : Taken from Youtube
  • 3. Numerical Control (NC) Defined  NC (numerical control) machine tools are the machine tool, of which the various functions are controlled by : letters , numbers and symbols.  The NC machine tool runs on a program fed to it; without human operator. The NC program consist of a set of instruction or statement for controlling the motion of the drives of the machine tools as well as the motion of the cutting tool. Presented by :- Nilrajsinh Vasandia (130454119006)
  • 4.  NC machine tools , one or more of the following function may be automatic : i. Starting and stopping of the machine tool spindle; ii. Controlling the spindle speed; iii. Positioning the tool at the desired location and guiding it along the desired path by automatic control of the motion of slides; iv. Controlling the feed rate; and v. Changing the tools. Presented by :- Nilrajsinh Vasandia (130454119006)
  • 5. Presented by :- Nilrajsinh Vasandia (130454119006)
  • 6. Components of NC machine tool system 1. Part program:- • Using the part drawing and the cutting parameters, the part program is written. • The part program is a set of step by instruction to the machine tool for carrying out the operation. • Method use for part programming 1. Manual part programming 2. Computer-aided part programming Presented by :- Nilrajsinh Vasandia (130454119006)
  • 7. 2. Program Tape:- • The part program is entered on the program tape. • The program is entered on the tape in the form of punched holes. The holes are punched with the help of punching machine. 3. Machine Control Unit(MCU):- • The program tape is read by the tape reader. • The controller takes input from the tape reader. 4. Machine Tool:- • The machine tool is operated by the controller of the machine control unit. Presented by :- Nilrajsinh Vasandia (130454119006)
  • 8. NC Coordinate Systems  For flat and prismatic (block-like) parts: Milling and drilling operations Conventional Cartesian coordinate system Rotational axes about each linear axis Presented by :- Nilrajsinh Vasandia (130454119006)
  • 9. NC Coordinate Systems  For rotational parts: Turning operations Only x- and z-axes Presented by :- Nilrajsinh Vasandia (130454119006)
  • 10. Motion Control Systems 1. Point-to-Point systems • Also called position systems • System moves to a location and performs an operation at that location (e.g., drilling) • Also applicable in robotics Presented by :- Nilrajsinh Vasandia (130454119006)
  • 11. Motion Control Systems 2. Continuous path systems • Also called contouring systems in machining • System performs an operation during movement (e.g., milling and turning) Presented by :- Nilrajsinh Vasandia (130454119006)
  • 12. Absolute vs. Incremental Positioning • Absolute positioning • Move is: x = 40, y = 50 • Incremental positioning • Move is: x = 20, y = 30. Presented by :- Nilrajsinh Vasandia (130454119006)
  • 13. Advantages of NC machine tool • Cycle time reduction • Complex machining operation • High degree of accuracy • Less inspection required • Reduction of scrap and wastage • Increasing productivity • Lower tooling cost • Reduction of human error • Greater operation safety • Greater operation efficiency • Reduction space required • Operator skill-level reduced Presented by :- Nilrajsinh Vasandia (130454119006)
  • 14. Limitation of NC machine tool • High investment cost • High maintenance effort • Need for skilled programmers • High utilization required Presented by :- Nilrajsinh Vasandia (130454119006)
  • 15. Introduction to CNC Machine Tools • In CNC (Computer Numerical Control) machines, a dedicated computer is used to perform the most of basic NC machine functions. • CNC (Computer Numerical Control) machine is a NC machine which uses a dedicated computer as the machine control unit. • The entire program is entered and stored in computer memory. The machining cycle for each component is controlled by the program contained in the computer memory. • The stored part program listing can be used for future production also. Presented by :- Nilrajsinh Vasandia (130454119006)
  • 16. Components of CNC machine tool system • The main components of CNC machine tools are as follows : 1. Input / Output Console. 2. Microprocessor Based control unit. 3. Memory. 4. Feedback unit. 5. Machine Tool. 6. Interfaces. Presented by :- Nilrajsinh Vasandia (130454119006)
  • 17. Input / Output Devices Machine Tool Memory (ROM) Control program for : Z Slide X Slide Memory (RAM) Part Program Feed Back Unit Presented by :- Nilrajsinh Vasandia (130454119006)
  • 18. • Input / Output Console : It is the unit through which part program is fed to the CNC machine tool system and required output is taken out. It basically consists of monitor and Keyboard. • Microprocessor : This controller takes input from Input / Output device, Feedback from feedback unit and actuates the drives as well as the tool of the machine tool. • Memory : It consists of RAM & ROM. The RAM stores part program, while ROM stores the programs for machine control. • Feedback unit : The feedback unit takes input from machine tool and transfers it to control unit for necessary corrections. • Machine tool : Machine tool is operated by the control unit. • Interfaces : They are the connections between the different components of the CNC machine tool system. Presented by :- Nilrajsinh Vasandia (130454119006)
  • 19. Classification of CNC Machine tool systems (a) According to type of Feedback systems 1. Open loop type CNC machine. 2. Closed loop type CNC machine. (b) According to type of tool motion control 1. Finite positioning control CNC machines. 2. Continuous path control CNC machines. (c) According to program methods 1. Absolute Programming CNC machine systems. 2. Incremental Programming CNC machine systems. (d) According to type of controller 1. Hybrid controller CNC systems. 2. Straight controller CNC systems. (e) According to axis & type of operations 1. CNC horizontal machining centre. 2. CNC vertical machining centre. 3. CNC turning centre. 4. CNC milling centre. Presented by :- Nilrajsinh Vasandia (130454119006)
  • 20. Classification based on type of feedback systems Input Program Microcomputer CNC controllerDrive motor Gear box Machine tool slide displacement • It does not have any feedback mechanism. • It only has motion control but do not have any provision for feedback, which is needed to be compared with input for better control & correction of drive system. Presented by :- Nilrajsinh Vasandia (130454119006)
  • 21. Classification based on type of feedback systems Input Program Microcomputer CNC controller Drive motorGear box Machine tool slide displacement Measuring unit • It has a feedback mechanism. • It has the motion control with a provision of feedback of feedback. • Which can be used for accurately controlling the drive system by comparing it with the input information until the required or desired position is achived. Presented by :- Nilrajsinh Vasandia (130454119006)
  • 22. According to type of tool motion control: • In point to point CNC machines, the movement of cutting tool from one predefined position to another predefined position is important, while the path along which this tool moves is irrelevant. Commonly used in drilling & punching operations. • Straight cut line control mode is the extension version of point to point method, straight cut is obtained controlling the movement of tool with controlled feed rate in one of the axis direction at a time. Commonly used in Face milling, pocket milling and step turning operations. Presented by :- Nilrajsinh Vasandia (130454119006)
  • 23. According to type of tool motion control: • The continuous path control system is used for continuous, simultaneous & coordinated motions of cutting tool & work piece along different axes. • Such motion enables machining of different contoured profiles & curved surfaces. • Types : 2 axis, 2 ½ axis, 3 axis, Multi axis countering. Presented by :- Nilrajsinh Vasandia (130454119006)
  • 24. According to programming Methods • In Cartesian coordinate geometry system using absolute measurement, each point is always specified using same zero established for a given coordinate system. X Y 0 0 0 4 2 4 2 5 4 6 4 7 6 6 8 8 8 4 5 4 Presented by :- Nilrajsinh Vasandia (130454119006)
  • 25. According to programming Methods • In Cartesian coordinate geometry system using incremental measurement , each point is specified using the path differential from the preceding point position. So in such programming , controller must store and process additional path measurement. X Y 0 0 0 4 2 0 0 1 2 1 0 1 2 -1 2 2 0 -4 - - Presented by :- Nilrajsinh Vasandia (130454119006)
  • 26. According to type of controllers 1. Hard wired logic circuits : It performs those functions for which they are best suited, such as feed rate generation and interpolation. 2. Soft wired computer : The computer performs the remaining control functions plus other duties not normally associated with a conventional hard-wired controller. Minicomputer Hard-Wired logic Circuits Interface Feedback Presented by :- Nilrajsinh Vasandia (130454119006)
  • 27. According to type of controllers • It uses a computer to perform all the functions. • The interpolation, feed rate generation and all other functions are performed by the computer with the help of software. • The only hard-wired elements are those required to interface the computer with machine tool and operator’s console. Minicomputer Interface Feedback Presented by :- Nilrajsinh Vasandia (130454119006)
  • 28. Advantages & Limitations of CNC machine tools Advantages • Ease of program input. • Multiple program storage. • Online part programming and editing. • Use of advanced interpolation. • Automatic tool compensation. • Auto generation of part program for existing components. • Change in system of units. Limitations • Higher investment cost. • Higher maintenance cost. • Requires specialised operators. Presented by :- Nilrajsinh Vasandia (130454119006)
  • 29. Introduction DNC • DNC is a manufacturing system in which a number of machines are controlled by a computer through direct- connection and in real time. • Also, defined by EIA as: DNC is a system connecting a set of NC machines to a common memory for part program or machine program storage with provision for on- demand distribution of data to machines. • The tape reader is omitted. • Involves data connection and processing from the machine tool back to the computer. Presented by :- Nilrajsinh Vasandia (130454119006)
  • 30. Components 1. Central computer 2. Bulk memory which stores the NC part programs. 3. Telecommunication lines 4. Machine Tools. Presented by :- Nilrajsinh Vasandia (130454119006)
  • 31. Principle Presented by :- Nilrajsinh Vasandia (130454119006)
  • 32. • A central computer connected to a number of machine tools and control them • Part program of all machine tools are stored in the memory of the central computer and transmitted on direct transmission lines on demand • Two way information flow take place in real time • Various machine tools can communicate with the computer in real time • Programs in full or segment can be transferred to NC machines • Computer can be used for program editing • No tape readers are used • No limitation for the number or size of programs stored Presented by :- Nilrajsinh Vasandia (130454119006)
  • 33. The configuration of the DNC system can be divided into: 1. DNC system without satellite computer. 2. DNC system with satellite computer. Satellite computers are minicomputers and they serve to take some of the burden off central computer. Each satellites controls several machine tools. Presented by :- Nilrajsinh Vasandia (130454119006)
  • 34. DNC system without satellite computer Presented by :- Nilrajsinh Vasandia (130454119006)
  • 35. DNC system with satellite computer Presented by :- Nilrajsinh Vasandia (130454119006)
  • 36. Functions of DNC The functions which a DNC system is designed to perform: 1. NC without punched tape. 2. NC part program storage. 3. Data collection, processing, and reporting. 4. Communication Presented by :- Nilrajsinh Vasandia (130454119006)
  • 37. Advantages of DNC System • Elimination of punched tapes and tape readers • Convenient storage of NC part programs in computer files • Greater computational capability and flexibility • Reporting of shop performance. • Convenient editing and diagnostic features. Presented by :- Nilrajsinh Vasandia (130454119006)
  • 38. Comparison between NC, CNC and DNC machine tools 1. The part program is fed to the machine through the tapes or other such media. 2. In order to modify the program, the tapes have to be changed. 3. In NC machine tool system, tape reader is a part of machine control unit. 4. System has no memory storage and each time it is run using the tape. 5. It can not import CAD files. 6. It can not use feedback system. 7. They are not software driven. 1. In CNC machine tool system, the program is fed to the machine through the computer. 2. The programs can be easily modified with the help of computer. 3. The microprocessor or minicomputer forms the machine control unit. The CNC machine does not need tape reader. 4. It has memory storage ability, in which part program can be stored. 5. System can import CAD files and convert it to part program. 6. The system can use feedback system. 7. The system is software driven. 1. The part program is fed to the machine through the Main computer 2. In order to modify the program, single computer is used 3. Large memory of DNC allows it to store a large amount of part program. 4. Same part program can be run on different machines at the same time. 5. The data can be processed using the MIS software so as to effectively carry out the Production planning and scheduling. Presented by :- Nilrajsinh Vasandia (130454119006)