Development of Ultra Slim Utility Type CNC Lathe Adapted to Automation - An Approach to Energy Conservation from Machine Shops -
Yoshiyuki Kaneko, Naohiko Suzuki, Katsufumi Kanahira, Hiromitsu Wada, and Makoto Yamano
Takamatsu Machinery Co., Ltd., 1-8 Asahigaoka, Hakusan-City, Ishikawa 924-8558, Japan
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