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CNC Architecture Design

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Part of the Springer Series in Advanced Manufacturing book series (SSAM)

Abstract

It is necessary to design the architecture of hardware and software modules in order to implement a CNC system consisting of a variety of modules such as NCK, MMI, and PLC. System programming for operating these modules in real time is also required. In this chapter, the main functionalities and commands of real time operating systems (OS) for real-time programming systems will be described. Through investigation of multi-processing hardware architecture, the user will learn the basic approach for designing the architecture of a CNC system that requires the guarantee of real-time operation.

Keywords

Critical Section Main Processor Slave Processor Interrupt Service Routine Operate System Scheduler 
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