Website for TNC controls launched
Heidenhain's microsite provides an overview of TNC controls and features tutorials and videos for fundamentals as well as interactive training.
Heidenhain Corporation has launched a microsite for those interested in using TNC [smarT Numerical Controls]. This new micro-site is designed to be a source of eLearning opportunities, as well as showcasing Heidenhain controls, their features, and applications. It can be reached via www.tnc.heidenhain.de/en
Heidenhain's control micro-site is suitable for both the novice or experienced TNC user, as well as those that just want to explore the world of controls. Features include a page that covers 5-axis fundamentals, featuring both video and flash animations for visual learners, as well as the chat forums, which give visitors the opportunity to engage in relevant online conversations.
On this new control micro-site, visitors will also be able to download various TNC manuals as well as communication and programming station software. An area to subscribe to Heidenhain's Control newsletter titled "Klartext" (translated as "PlainText"), available in English, is also available on this site.
For those interested in eLearning, Heidenhain's Interactive Training (HIT) eLearning module for the control is easily accessible here as well, the company said.
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