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JSA - JIS TS B 0024-2 - MACHINE TOOLS - TEST METHODS FOR ELECTRIC POWER CONSUMPTION - PART 2 : NUMERICALLY CONTROLLED TURNING MACHINES AND TURNING CENTRES Organization: JSA
Date: 2010-03-23
NBN - EN 13788 - MACHINE TOOLS - SAFETY - MULTI-SPINDLE AUTOMATIC TURNING MACHINES Organization: NBN
Date: 2002-02-12
Description: • This standard applies to numerically and/or mechanically controlled multi-spindle automatic turning machines;The standard also applies to ancillary devices, e.g. collets, power operated chucks, bar/workpiece handling devices and swarf handling equipment which are integral to the machine.
NBN - EN 13788 - MACHINE TOOLS - SAFETY - MULTI-SPINDLE AUTOMATIC TURNING MACHINES Organization: NBN
Date: 2002-02-12
Description: • This standard applies to numerically and/or mechanically controlled multi-spindle automatic turning machines;The standard also applies to ancillary devices, e.g. collets, power operated chucks, bar/workpiece handling devices and swarf handling equipment which are integral to the machine.
CEN - EN ISO 16089 - MACHINE TOOLS - SAFETY - STATIONARY GRINDING MACHINES Organization: CEN
Date: 2015-12-01
Description: Where additional metalworking processes (e.g. milling, turning, laser processing) are involved, this International Standard can be taken as a basis for safety requirements.
ISO 16089 - MACHINE TOOLS - SAFETY - STATIONARY GRINDING MACHINES - FIRST EDITION Organization: ISO
Date: 2015-11-15
Description: Where additional metalworking processes (e.g. milling, turning, laser processing) are involved, this International Standard can be taken as a basis for safety requirements.
CRC - KE37835 - ENGINEERING MODELING LANGUAGES : TURNING DOMAIN KNOWLEDGE INTO TOOLS Organization: CRC
Date: 2016-11-17
Description: Written by foremost experts in the field, Engineering Modeling Languages provides end-to-end coverage of the engineering of modeling languages to turn domain knowledge into tools. The book provides a definition of different kinds of modeling languages, their instrumentation with tools such as editors, interpreters and generators, the integration of multiple modeling languages to achieve a system view, and the validation of both models and tools.
CRC - DKE2324 - HYDRAULIC POWER SYSTEM ANALYSIS Organization: CRC
Date: 2006-04-17
Description: Illustrated with many equations, practical computer modeling examples, and exercises, Hydraulic Power System Analysis provides a much-needed modernization of dynamic modeling for fluid power systems using powerful computational tools.
PACKT - MICROSOFT POWER BI COOKBO - MICROSOFT POWER BI COOKBOOK Organization: PACKT
Date: 2017-09-27
Description: Get more out of Microsoft Power BI turning your data into actionable insights About This Book • From connecting to your data sources to developing and deploying immersive, mobile-ready dashboards and visualizations, this book covers it all • Over 90 hands-on, technical recipes, tips, and use cases from across the Power BI platform including the Power BI Service and Mobile Applications • Proven development techniques and guidance for implementing custom solutions with DAX and M languages Who This Book Is For This book is for BI professionals who wish to enhance their knowledge of Power BI beyond and to enhance the value of the Power BI solutions they deliver to business users.
NBN - EN ISO 16089 - MACHINE TOOLS - SAFETY - STATIONARY GRINDING MACHINES (ISO 16089:2015) Organization: NBN
Date: 2016-01-29
Description: Where additional metalworking processes (e.g. milling, turning, laser processing) are involved, this International Standard can be taken as a basis for safety requirements.
NBN - EN ISO 16089 - MACHINE TOOLS - SAFETY - STATIONARY GRINDING MACHINES (ISO 16089:2015) Organization: NBN
Date: 2016-01-29
Description: Where additional metalworking processes (e.g. milling, turning, laser processing) are involved, this International Standard can be taken as a basis for safety requirements.
DIN EN ISO 16089 - MACHINE TOOLS - SAFETY - STATIONARY GRINDING MACHINES (ISO 16089:2015) Organization: DIN
Date: 2016-06-01
Description: Where additional metalworking processes (e.g. milling, turning, laser processing) are involved, this International Standard can be taken as a basis for safety requirements.
IEC TS 60204-34 - SAFETY OF MACHINERY - ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT OF MACHINES - PART 34: REQUIREMENTS FOR MACHINE TOOLS - EDITION 1.0 Organization: IEC
Date: 2016-08-01
Description: The following list includes examples of machine tools but not limited to: – Turning machines (i.e. manually controlled turning machines without numerical control, manually controlled turning machines with limited numerically controlled capability, numerically controlled turning machines and turning centres, single – or multi-spindle automatic turning machines); – Milling machines(including boring machines); – Machining centres; – Planing machines; – Drilling machines; – Grinding machines; – Laser processing machines; – Electro Discharge Machines(EDM) (except their power circuit for discharge); – Sawing machines for cold metal; – Guillotine shears; – Hydraulic press brakes; – Mechanical (or hydraulic, pneumatic) presses.
ISO 8525 - AIRBORNE NOISE EMITTED BY MACHINE TOOLS — OPERATING CONDITIONS FOR METAL-CUTTING MACHINES - FIRST EDITION Organization: ISO
Date: 2008-06-15
Description: It applies to: — all kinds of turning machines, including numerical control (NC) turning machines and turning centres; — all kinds of milling machines, including NC milling machines and machining centres. For machine tools which enable milling and turning operations simultaneously, choose the suitable measurements of this International Standard.
DIN ISO 8525 - AIRBORNE NOISE EMITTED BY MACHINE TOOLS - OPERATING CONDITIONS FOR METAL-CUTTING MACHINES (ISO 8525:2008) Organization: DIN
Date: 2013-01-01
Description: It applies to: — all kinds of turning machines, including numerical control (NC) turning machines and turning centres; — all kinds of milling machines, including NC milling machines and machining centres. For machine tools which enable milling and turning operations simultaneously, choose the suitable measurements of this International Standard.
ISO 16090-1 - MACHINE TOOLS SAFETY - MACHINING CENTRES, MILLING MACHINES, TRANSFER MACHINES - PART 1: SAFETY REQUIREMENTS - FIRST EDITION Organization: ISO
Date: 2017-12-01
Description: This document also applies to machines fitted with the following devices/facilities: — tool magazine(s); — tool changer(s); — workpiece handling mechanism(s); — powered workpiece clamping mechanism(s); — swarf/chip conveyor(s); — power-operated door(s); — additional equipment for turning; — additional equipment for grinding. When in this document the sole word “machine” or “machines” is being used, it is referred to all abovementioned groups and types of machines.
DSF/IEC/TS 60204-34 ED. 1.0 - IEC/TS 60204-34: SAFETY OF MACHINERY-ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT OF MACHINES - PART 34?REQUIREMENTS FOR MACHINE TOOLS Organization: DS
Description: In this part of IEC 60204, machine tools means all machines for the working of metal, wood, plastics and stone, operating by forming or removal of material, The following list includes examples of machine tools but not limited to: - Turning machines(i.e. manually controlled turning machines without numerical control, manually controlled turning machines with limited numerically controlled capability, numerically controlled turning machines and turning centres., single- or multi-spindle automatic turning machines); - Milling machines(including boring machines); - Machining centres; - Planing machines; - Drilling machines; - Grinding machines; - Laser processing machines; - Electro Discharge Machines(EDM); - Sawing machines for cold metal; - Guillotine shears; - Hydraulic press brakes; - Mechanical (or Hydraulic, Pneumatic) presses.
BSI - BS 1983-5 - CHUCKS FOR MACHINE TOOLS AND PORTABLE POWER TOOLS - PART 5: CODE OF PRACTICE FOR THE SAFE OPERATION OF WORKHOLDING CHUCKS USED ON LATHES - AMD 6664: NOVEMBER 30, 1990 Organization: BSI
Date: 1989-08-31
Description: Safe practices for design and operation of power and manually operated workholding chucks used on turning machines
DS/EN ISO 16089 - MACHINE TOOLS - SAFETY - STATIONARY GRINDING MACHINES (ISO 16089:2015) Organization: DS
Date: 2016-01-05
Description: NOTE 3 Hazards arising from other metalworking processes (e.g. turning and laser processing) are covered by other Standards
DS/ISO 8525 - AIRBORNE NOISE EMITTED BY MACHINE TOOLS - OPERATING CONDITIONS FOR METAL-CUTTING MACHINES Organization: DS
Date: 2008-06-18
Description: These operating conditions are strictly the same for the determination of both sound power levels and emission sound pressure levels at specified positions It applies to:- Turning machines: All kinds of turning machines, e.g. NC turning machines and turning centres- Milling machines: All kinds of milling machines, e.g.
VDI 3106 - DETERMINATION OF PERMISSIBLE SPEED (RPM) OF LATHE CHUCKS (JAW CHUCKS) Organization: VDI
Date: 2004-04-01
Description: This guideline on the determination of permissible speeds applies to hand- and power-operated jaw chucks for turning.

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