This is a great simplistic overview of the process!
Automation is one of the must-have components of the work of almost all industries, particularly in those areas where minimal to no human intervention is required. Better explained, the automation (so-called automatic control) represents the use of different control systems for operating equipment, like manufacturing machinery, switching in telephone networks, aircraft/ships steering and stabilization, and countless other applications.
The 21st century automation reflects a state-of-the-art technology that applies three main types of systems: electronic, mechanical and computer-based systems that are crucial for operating and controlling the production.
The simplest definition of the computer numerical control (CNC) is that it is a machine controlled by a computer. The outer appearance of the CNC turning machine is quite similar to the external appearance of an NC machine. Tutor Keyboard, Computer Keyboard or tape can be used as an input media for a CNC turning machine.
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SEO, also known as Search Engine Optimization, is a big deal if you want to drive traffic to your website. But, according to HubSpot, there seems to be many myths around that can undermine your optimization efforts and may even affect how your rank in major search engines such as Google.
Don’t fall prey to these SEO myths:
1. More links are better than more content
Should you invest in link building or in generating content such as blog posts or webpages? Companies too often focus on the quantity of links to their site, rather than the quality of their site’s content. Your website’s focus should be on having relevant, quality content, so that others will want to link to it over time.
2. SEO is all about ranking
While studies have shown that most searchers prefer to click the first three search results, first-page ranking is not the prize…
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Back in the 1940s before the polio vaccine was invented, the disease caused a lot of anxiety among parents of small children. How could you reduce your child’s risk of contracting this nasty illness? Some misguided public health experts apparently recommended avoiding ice cream, thanks to a study that showed a correlation between ice cream consumption and polio outbreaks. This study fortunately was BS. Yes, there was a correlation between ice cream consumption and polio outbreaks, but that was because both were common in the summer months. The authors of the study had mistaken correlation (ice cream consumption and polio are more common at the same time) with causation (ice cream increases your risk of disease).
Medical researchers often trawl through data sets to try and figure out what environmental factors cause chronic disease. Unfortunately, these kinds of studies sometimes make the same kinds of mistakes as the ice…
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After more than nine years of traveling through space the New Horizons spacecraft is now in the home stretch of its journey, with less than 120 days and 143 million kilometers to go before it makes its historic flyby of the Pluto system on July 14. It will be the first time we get a good close-up look at the distant world which had for over seven decades held reign over the frozen edges of our Solar System as the outermost planet, much like its namesake governed the cold darkness of the mythological Greek underworld.
Discovered on February 18, 1930, the ninth planet Pluto lost its “full” planetary status in August 2006 as the result of a highly-contested decision by the International Astronomical Union (IAU) to create a new class of “dwarf planets,” of which Pluto, Ceres, and the then-recently-discovered Eris became charter members. Seven months…
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When I was an undergrad, one of my reasons for wanting to continue in academia was my aversion to Western formal clothing. If I became a Ph.D. student and then a professor, I thought, I would hardly ever need to wear suits or dress shirts, and such a life appealed to me. I had seen academics of all stripes dress in all sorts of ways, and I naively believed that this signalled something very progressive about academia’s stance towards appearance: wear what you want, because you’ll be evaluated based upon your ideas and work, not how you choose to present yourself.
But a recent article in a column called Ask Alice (published on the website of Science, one of the most high profile scientific journals out there) confirms my naivete. In this piece, an anonymous academic who finds themselves in a “conservative place” for their postdoc, asks Dr. Alice Huang, “Am I crazy…
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