G101-MIRROR IMAGE (Example 2)


(Example 2) 

O0010 ;

T1 M06 ;

G54 G90 G00 X0 Y0 ;

G43 Z0.1 H1 ;

S500 M03 ;

M97 P10 ;

N10 G101 Y0 ; (Mirror in Y-axis)

M97 P20 ;

G28 G91 Y0 Z0 ;

M30 ;

N20 G00 X2. Y2. ;

G01 Z-0.5 F15. ;

X4. F20. ;

Y4. ;

G03 X2. R1. ;

G01 Y2. ;

G00 Z0.1 ;

M99 ; 

(Original geometry) 

In this example, we will mirror the pocket on top, in the Y-axis, producing a similar pocket on the bottom. 

In this example, Climb Milling on the first pocket is changed to Conventional on the second pocket.  


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Publicity ploy or marketing genius?

Publicity ploy or marketing genius?
Creative Advertising co-ordinator Anthony Kalamut gave expert commentary onSUN TV’s Canoe Live and on blog.canoe.ca on April 8, 2010 (Not out of the Woods yet…) 

There are no clubs in Tiger Woods’ bag that can get him out of this rough patch. On top of a new mistress being revealed, his neighbour’s 22 year old daughter, a whole new can of worms was opened with a black and white Nike ad that first aired last night.

The 30-second spot is simply a close up of Tiger’s face. As he stares at the camera looking forlorn, wearing a Nike vest and hat, we hear the disembodied voice of his father. His father, who passed away in 2006, did not live to witness his son’s fall from grace. But he had some stern words for Tiger from beyond the grave.

“Tiger, I am more prone to be inquisitive, to promote discussion. I want to find out what your thinking was. I want to know what your feelings are, and did you learn anything?”

The audio used in the advertisement comes from Tiger’s three-DVD biography released in 2004. The dialogue seems fitting, in light of Tiger’s “transgressions”. After a number of public apologies for infidelity and a stint in rehab, Tiger is ready to make is comeback at the Masters.

The Nike spot added to the Internet buzz about Tiger’s return. Consensus seems to be that the ad is creepy: brilliant but creepy if you fall into one particular camp, creepy and distasteful if you fall into another. How do you feel about hearing the disembodied voice of a dead man?

Today, we had two experts into the studio to weigh in on the ad. Anthony Kalamut, Program Coordinator of Creative Advertising at Seneca College, has been sharing his thoughts over Twitter. He makes a good point off the top saying that this commercial “is on every media outlet for free”. Not only that, the sheer amount of discussion being generated is also worth a lot. Kalamut referred to Tiger as a “Citibank”, speaking to the sponsors that had dropped Tiger since the scandal. He’s too big to fail in the eyes of Nike, who has built its golf line off Woods success…


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Computer-aided manufacturing

Computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) is the use of computer software to control machine tools and related machinery in the manufacturing of workpieces.[1][2][3][4][5] This is not the only definition, for CAM, however it is the most common;[1] CAM may also refer to the use of a computer to assist in all operations of a manufacturing plant, including planning, management, transportation and storage.[6][7] Its primary purpose is to create a faster production process and components and tooling with more precise dimensions and material consistency, which in some cases, uses only the required amount of raw material (thus minimizing waste), while simultaneously reducing energy consumption.[citation needed]

CAM is the next computer-aided process after computer-aided design (CAD), as the model generated in CAD can be input into CAM software, which then controls the machine tool.[3]


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Acceptance Speech

(WOW, I was told that if I did not put something down on paper, I would be reading off a blank page!)  

Thank you all so much, from the bottom of my heart, …. I would like to take a moment to thank all the people who have made, and continue to make this all possible.

First, I wish to thank our president, David Agnew, and Seneca College as a whole, for this ‘Excellence in Seneca Student Leadership Award‘. — I am so blessed to recieve this innovative leadership award, for doing something I actually enjoy. 

A great big thank you to all my friends, collegues & Professors at Jane Campus and beyond, for giving me unconditional support when I chose to start this crazy project. 

… Somebody once said if you make a bad website, you made it alone. If you make a great site, everybody made it with you. I like to say that this (award) would not have been made possible without everybody’s support, encouragement, interest and precious input.

For when assignments, due dates, exams and other cares started to spourt and began to choke the creativity, energy and time required to keep our website up and running, they were there. You know who you [guys] are! 

I’m so proud to have worked on this very special JaneCampus Project, and i assure you, this will certainly not the last Janecampus initative you are going to hear about – we are already working on the next one. 

Certainly, “GREATER THINGS ARE YET TO COME AND GREATER THINGS ARE STILL TO BE DONE …” I’m sorry that my father couldn’t be here today, but I hope next time he will be.

It has been my honour and pleasure to serve my college, my campus, by attempting to and succeeding in improving the experience for the student body at Jane Campus through the creation of this campus-specific social networking website. If you have not already, … Please Do Check us out @ JaneCampus.com 

and of course you can follow us on Twitter, Like us on Facebook, Subscribe to our Feed via Google Reader.or your favourite Reader Connect to us 

Remember, Jane Campus NEEDS you and you need us!

Thank you very much!



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Excellence in Seneca Award Presentation and Celebration

Sorry for the last minute announcent:

If you are able, … come celebrate with us.

Congratualtions Jane Campus!

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Excellence in Seneca Award winners


 25 May 2010 11:01 AM

Excellence in Seneca Award winners
TO: All 
FROM: David Agnew, President
RE: Excellence in Seneca Awards

The Excellence in Seneca Awards recognize individuals who have made an outstanding contribution to the advancement of the College. I’m pleased to announce this year’s recipients:

Student Leadership Award

Daniel Lim, Mechanical Engineering student, Jane Campus

Daniel has demonstrated innovative leadership improving the experience for his fellow students at Jane Campus through the creation of campus-specific social networking tools. He has ensured the sharing of campus-specific and College-wide news and information among students, staff and faculty with his creation of a Jane Campus website, blog, forums and use of Facebook and Twitter.

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My congratulations to this year’s Excellence in Seneca Award winners.

Thank you to all our nominators and nominees for your contributions, commitment and service to the College and its students.

I look forward to recognizing our winners and nominees at this year’s Excellence in Seneca Awards presentation on Wednesday, May 26, 1:30 p.m. – 3 p.m. at the Newnham Campus SeneCentre.


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Unified Screw Threads: UNC Coarse


Size Major Dia Threads Per Inch Pitch Dia Minor Dia Externala Minor Dia Internalb Minor Dia Area Tensile Stress Area
# inch tpi inch inch inch sq. inch sq. inch
#1* 0.073 64 0.0629 0.0544 0.0561 0.00218 0.00263
#2 0.086 56 0.0744 0.0648 0.0667 0.0031 0.0037
#3* 0.099 48 0.0855 0.0741 0.0764 0.00406 0.00487
#4 0.112 40 0.0958 0.0822 0.0849 0.00496 0.00604
#5 0.125 40 0.1088 0.0952 0.0979 0.00672 0.00796
#6 0.138 32 0.1177 0.1008 0.1042 0.00745 0.00909
#8 0.164 32 0.1437 0.1268 0.1302 0.01196 0.014
#10 0.19 24 0.1629 0.1404 0.1449 0.0145 0.0175
#12* 0.216 24 0.1889 0.1664 0.1709 0.0206 0.0242
¼ 0.25 20 0.2175 0.1905 0.1959 0.0269 0.0318
5/16 0.3125 18 0.2764 0.2464 0.2524 0.0454 0.0524
3/8 0.375 16 0.3344 0.3005 0.3073 0.0678 0.0775
7/16 0.4375 14 0.3911 0.3525 0.3602 0.0933 0.1063
½ 0.5 13 0.45 0.4084 0.4167 0.1257 0.1419
9/16 0.5625 12 0.5084 0.4633 0.4723 0.162 0.182
5/8 0.625 11 0.566 0.5168 0.5266 0.202 0.226
¾ 0.75 10 0.685 0.6309 0.6417 0.302 0.334
7/8 0.875 9 0.8028 0.7427 0.7547 0.419 0.462
1 1 8 0.9188 0.8512 0.8647 0.551 0.606
1-1/8 1.125 7 1.0322 0.9549 0.9704 0.693 0.763
1.25 7 1.1572 1.0799 1.0954 0.89 0.969
1-3/8 1.375 6 1.2667 1.1766 1.1946 1.054 1.155
1.5 6 1.3917 1.3016 1.3196 1.294 1.405
1.75 5 1.6201 1.5119 1.5335 1.74 1.9
2 2 4.5 1.8557 1.7353 1.7594 2.3 2.5
2.25 4.5 2.1057 1.9853 2.0094 3.02 3.25
2.5 4 2.3376 2.2023 2.2294 3.72 4
2.75 4 2.5876 2.4523 2.4794 4.62 4.93
3 3 4 2.8376 2.7023 2.7294 5.62 5.97
3.25 4 3.0876 2.9523 2.9794 6.72 7.1
3.5 4 3.3376 3.2023 3.2294 7.92 8.33
3.75 4 3.5876 3.4523 3.4794 9.21 9.66
4 4 4 3.8376 3.7023 3.7294 10.61 11.08
# inch tpi inch inch inch sq. inch sq. inch
Size Major Dia Threads Per Inch Pitch Dia Minor Dia Externala Minor Dia Internalb Minor Dia Area Tensile Stress Area
* Secondary Size aForm for UNR thread bBasic Minor Diameter
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