Inspection techniques and automation advances for numerically controlled machinetools
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Inspection techniques and automation advances for numerically controlled machinetools by American Society of Tool and Manufacturing Engineers.

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Published by ASTME in Dearborn .
Written in English

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Statementby Thomas E. Shipley.
SeriesTechnical paper -- SP65-54
ContributionsShipley, Thomas E.
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Open LibraryOL20035354M

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