Evaluating Manufacturing Machine Control Language Standards: An Implementer s View
Thomas R. Kramer
The focus of this paper is: how can standards for manufacturing machine control languages be evaluated? What is required of a standard defining one of these languages so that implementations will interoperate? The paper provides a set of specific questions to ask about a control language standard. Reasons why the questions should be asked are given. Four machine control languages are used as examples: EIA-274-D, BCL, DMIS, and STEP-NC.
Evaluating Manufacturing Machine Control Language Standards: An Implementer s View, Proceedings of PerMIS | 2007 |, [online], https://tsapps.nist.gov/publication/get_pdf.cfm?pub_id=823621
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