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Title: What's your relationship with computerized manufacturing technologies -- functional, dysfunctional or non-existent?
Author: Wiedenbeck, Jan; Parsons, Jeff; Beeken, Bruce
Source: Industrial Strength Woodworking. April: 4p.
Description: Computer-aided manufacturing (CAM), in which computer-aided design (CAD) and computer numerically controlled (CNC) machining are integrated for the production of parts, became a viable option for the woodworking industry in the 1980s.
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Wiedenbeck, Jan; Parsons, Jeff; Beeken, Bruce 2009. What''s your relationship with computerized manufacturing technologies -- functional, dysfunctional or non-existent?. Industrial Strength Woodworking. April: 4p.
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