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For that reason, workers in the machine tool industry need to be able to recognize, compare, and convert measurements between the English, or inch, system and the metric system. Fortunately there are many tables and conversion charts available, but the skilled machining professional should be able to learn to use memory to reasonably visualize sizes in both inches and millimeters. Proficient Math Skills Whether planning or performing machining operations or conducting measurements, math plays a major role in the daily duties of machining professionals.

Cengage Learning 2012 24 Section 1 • Introduction to Machining Many CNC machinists will, like conventional machinists, study prints, select material, and establish plans for machining operations. They will then use CNC machine tools to perform those machining operations and measure machined parts to ensure engineering drawing specifications are met. Usually, but not always, CNC machinists will have experience in conventional machining, set-up, and operation as well and may use both conventional and CNC machines to perform their duties.

6 Machined shock absorber components and an assembled shock absorber used in motorsports racing. Courtesy of Penske Racing Shocks Aerospace, Automotive, and Motorsports Automotive and aerospace industries rely heavily on machining and machine tools. Consider cars and planes as examples. These highly complex and technologically advanced vehicles contain parts that were produced by machining operations. Engine, drive-train, and suspension components, as well as wheels, gears, and instrumentation, are just a few examples, not to mention the countless variations of nuts, bolts, and washers used for assembly.

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