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Computerized Numeric Control (CNC for short) machines have become the basis of many industrial processes. CNC machines include robots, production lines, and all those machines that are controlled by digital devices. Typically, CNC machines have a machine control unit (MCU) which inputs a CNC program and controls the behavior and movements of all the parts of the machine. This paper is organized as follows. In the next section, we provide a brief review of CNC programming. Section 3 introduces the functional language Haskell. In this section, we illustrate the use of Haskell for CNC programming. By lack of space, we consider a simple CNC drilling machine which can just move the turret chuck in the X and Y axes (in order to position the drill bit). — creates a [Block] containing the CNC instructions for — making n holes in a straight line nHolesLine :: Int -> Int -> Int -> Int -> Int -> [Block] nHolesLine n x y incX incY = [posit,init] ++ concat (map makeHole nLine). In the following, we summarize the most significant advantages of Haskell for CNC programming: We have defined a Haskell data structure which is able to represent any CNC program, allowing us to properly manipulate it by using Haskell features.
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