CNC Machines

Due to its high efficiency and precision, CNC is widely used in all kinds of manufacturing systems today. It also provides great convenience and time saving in automation with its automatic cutter changing features.

Today, CNC machine types are not the only ones mentioned above. However, these are the most commonly used. Other than these, the types of workbenches where CNC is used:

Three-dimensional measuring and control benches
Tool sharpening benches
saw benches
mounting systems
erosion benches
Coating benches
material handling systems
laser cutting benches
Pipe bending machines
Plastering benches
Flame cutting machines

The process of reviewing benches and equipment at certain periodic intervals is called MAINTENANCE. When the electronic circuit elements used in CNC machine tools are compared with those used in conventional machines, it is seen that they are in large numbers. Electronic components require meticulous use and healthy working environments.

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Parallel to the development of benches and systems, some facilities regarding maintenance and repair have also been developed. Any malfunction that may occur on the bench (engine overload, insufficient lubrication, dirty filters, overheating, etc.) is immediately reported to the operator in the form of a signal or message on the bench control panel.

As in all matters, the initiative is left to the operator for maintenance. Maintenance should be done as soon as possible and negativities should be eliminated. Otherwise, it is not possible to manufacture parts by running any program on such a machine.


Tesla invention

Documents of Nikola Tesla’s 4 Lost Technologies That Could Change the World Have Been Revealed!
In these documents that have been circulating on the internet for a long time, a series of unclassified files of the FBI about Nikola Tesla were seen. Among them, the interest of the US government in the futuristic particle beam weapon Death Ray, invented by Tesla, drew attention.
These documents about Nikola Tesla were shared with the public exactly 73 years later. The first batch of documents obtained through the ‘Freedom of Information Act’ revealed that Tesla did not die on January 7, 1943, as was thought, but appeared after this date.
Not only that, of course, FBI documents contain many details about Tesla’s life, inventions, and legacy that we didn’t know before. But in this article, we will focus on the 4 lost technologies of the genius inventor…
Tesla’s UFO
The eyes of Tesla’s UFO are believed to consist of electro-optical lenses arranged according to quantum technology, allowing the pilot to see everything. Indeed, proof of this tool can be found in an interview between Nikola Tesla and The New York Herald in 1911:
“My flying machine will have neither wings nor propellers. You can see it on the ground and never realize it’s a flying machine. Still, it will be able to move through the air in any direction, with perfect safety, at speeds greater than that achieved, regardless of air and voids or downdrafts. In the air, even in the wind, it can remain absolutely stable for a long time.”
Tesla’s death ray
Before the unclassified documents were released by the FBI, many thought Tesla’s death ray was just a conspiracy theory. However, after the FBI released Tesla’s files, we learned that Tesla mentioned the death ray in a letter addressed to J. Edgar Hoover, the FBI’s first director, among the files. Tesla stated that this invention was ‘very important for the future war’.
Free energy and wireless electricity
Thanks to funding from JP Morgan, Tesla successfully built and tested the famous Wardenclyffe Tower. The structure was, according to Tesla, a large wireless power transmission station capable of transmitting wireless power over long distances. Tesla saw the Wardenclyffe Tower as the start of a massive free energy project. He wanted the tower not only to transmit free energy, but to carry out messages and phone calls around the world.
But, as we’ve learned throughout history, ‘free energy’ is not well received by the giant corporations that run the world. Because when you can make big money from people, why give them free energy? As a matter of fact, Tesla’s funding was eventually canceled and Tesla’s tower was demolished as well as his idea of ​​a world powered by free energy.
Tesla’s oscillator
This device was patented by Tesla in 1893 as an electromechanical apparatus. After a version of this Tesla device allegedly caused an earthquake in New York in 1898, the device was popularly regarded as the ‘Tesla’s Earthquake Machine’. In other words, it was claimed that the device simulated earthquakes; which meant it could be armed. Some conspiracy theorists believe that Tesla’s technology was developed later and used by ‘HAARP’.


Vikings oldest town

Archaeologists have found remains of houses that mark the oldest Viking settlement in Iceland. Excavations in the region since 2015 provide new information on the migration of Vikings to Iceland.
Iceland, a northern European country, is thought to have been discovered by the Norwegians for the first time in 861, and the Vikings first settled on the island in the 9th and 10th centuries. Recent archaeological excavations in Iceland have led to the discovery of what is thought to be the oldest Viking settlement in the country.

Archaeologist Bjarni Einarsson, who led the excavation, explained that the ancient longhouse may have been built around 800 AD. Excavations in the ruins of the house led to the discovery of various remains of precious stones and beads, as well as the remains of the house.

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Einarsson, who made a statement about the house, which may be the first Viking settlement in Iceland, said, “The small hall is Iceland’s richest archaeological hall so far. “It’s pretty hard not to conclude that the house is a chief’s house,” he said.
The structure that the archaeologists found indicates that the remains belonged to a rather large house. The archaeologists explained that the grass and thatch-covered house had a large wooden hall 75 meters long and 6 meters wide that was used as common living spaces.

Explaining that the huge hall was divided into rooms and shared by several families, archaeologists stated that hearths were built along the center of the house to light a fire, and that the farm animals also protected the people living in the house from the cold.

The remains were found near a village in Iceland
The structure, which may be the first Viking settlement in Iceland, was found near the village of Stöðvarfjörður in the east of the country. Archaeologists think the structure was built in 874 AD. This date is also accepted as the date in Iceland’s local history when people fleeing the Norwegian king Harald Fairhair settled in Iceland. Ancient coins were also found in the historical ruin, along with valuable ornamental beads.
An older structure was found under the house, where coins and beads were found during the excavations. Analysis of the second house shows that it was built long before permanent settlement in Iceland around 800 AD.

Archaeologists think the second structure found was a seasonal settlement or camp used by local workers only during the summer months, perhaps also in the fall. Researchers speculate that people use the area seasonally to hunt and produce products from animals such as fish, whales, seals and birds.

Bjarni Einarsson, who led the excavation, announced that the house, which is still being excavated, is one of the largest houses ever found in Iceland. “We know that in the far west of the old hall there was a blacksmith for working with metal. This blacksmith is the only known blacksmith in Iceland to work in the hall,” he said.
Bjarni Einarsson explained that the settlement in the region may have occurred similarly to the Viking settlement in Canada. “Settlement was a model of the settlement of islands in the Atlantic Ocean,” Einarsson said. First we had seasonal camps. Then permanent settlement followed.”

Bjarni Einarsson discovered the longhouse ruins near the village of Stöðvarfjörður in 2007. After the necessary permits were obtained in 2015, excavations began in the area. Archaeologists continue excavations in the area to reveal the history of the Viking Age settlement.