Kim Hartman

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Industrial PCs June 19, 2015

Software CNC combines diverse processing workloads

By combining processing workloads and taking advantage of the standard PC platform architecture and embedded virtualization, CNC software allows operators to create programs consider the status of the controlled machine and real tool size, improve the machining by making small or large changes in trajectory or processing parameters, and immediately check the result.

By Kim Hartman
Virtualization, Cloud Analytics July 2, 2011

CNC Faceoff: PC Platforms with Virtualization

Computer numerical control (CNC) systems based on multi-core processor systems can run applications on real-time operating systems (RTOS) in multiple cores, while maintaining coordination and communication among segments of the application. It offers flexible price/performance options for future CNC machine designs.

By Kim Hartman