Selected STEP-NC Media Coverage

"Machining Demonstration Shows the Digital-Twin Concept in Action", Mark Albert, Modern Machine Shop, April 1, 2019

Okuma/Boeing STEP-NC TRAM2014 Presentation, Okuma America Corporation, Nov 25, 2014.

"Optimize Process for Best Performance", Jim Lorincz, Advanced Manufacturing: Aerospace and Defense Manufacturing 2015, SME, September 2015

"Machine programming investigates a new STEP", Bruce Morey, Aerospace Engineering & Manufacturing, March 24, 2010

"Feeding the Loop", Bruce Morey, Manufacturing Engineering, Vol. 142 No. 5, May 2009

"All Together Now: STEP-NC", Bill Kennedy, Cutting Tool Engineering, Vol. 59, No. 7, July 2007

"Lessons Learned Implementing STEP-NC AP-238", Martin Hardwick and David Loffredo, International Journal of Computer Integrated Manufacturing, Vol. 19, No. 6, September 2006, pp. 523-532.

"Achieving Efficiencies: CNC Programming", Mark T. Hoske, Control Engineering, June 1, 2006.

"STEP-in' Out", Susan Woods, Cutting Tool Engineering, Vol 58, No. 4., April 2006.

"From CAD/CAM To NC: A Seamless STEP", Tim Heston, Fabricating and Metalworking, February 2006.

"A Traceability Information Model for CNC Manufacturing", Julio Garrido Campos and Martin Hardwick, Computer-Aided Design, Vol 38, 2006 540-551.

"Another step for STEP-NC", Machinery, March 2005.

"STEP-NC prototype demos; ARC, OMAC meetings", Mark T. Hoske, Control Engineering, January 27, 2005.

"Standard enables data flow between CNC, CAD/CAM", David Greenfield, Control Engineering, December 9, 2004.

"STEP Standard Takes Off", Manufacturing Engineering, October 2003, pp. 20-26.

"Software Boosts Shop Efficiencies", Patrick Waurzyniak, Manufacturing Engineering, August 2003, pp. 57-64.

"Plugging into STEP NC", Mark Albert, Modern Machine Shop, July 2002, pp. 80-85.

"From Art to Part With CNC Machining", John Connolly, Time-Compression Technologies, May/June 2002, pp. 26-28.

"Enabling Manufacturing's Future Without Limits", John Callen, Modern Machine Shop, May 2002, pp. 18-25.

"The PC Control Surge", Stephanie Neal, Managing Automation, May 2002.

"Automation Made Easier", Patrick Waurzyniak, Manufacturing Engineering, April 2002, pp. 41-47.

"Moving Toward the e-Factory", Patrick Waurzyniak, Manufacturing Engineering, November 2001, pp. 43-60.

"The STEP International Data Standard Evolves into Manufacturing", Martin Hardwick and David Loffredo, Journal of the Japanese Society of Precision Engineering (published in Japanese), May 2001, pp 733-738.

"The Ultimate STEP", Dr. Michael Weyrich, American Machinist, May 2001.

"Feature Recognition - The Missing Link to Automated CAM", Mark Albert, Modern Machine Shop, April 2001, pp. 70-78.

"E-Capable CNC Gains Ground", Michele Maniscalco, Injection Molding Magazine, April 2001, pp. 70-72.

"The Next STEP", John Teresko, Industry Week, March 5, 2001, pp. 17-19.

"New User Interface for NASA System Simulation", NASA Tech Briefs, February 2001, p. 22.

"STEP Into NC", Martin Hardwick and David Loffredo, Manufacturing Engineering, January 2001, pages 38-50.

"Revealing the Next STEP", American Machinist, November 2000, pp. 26-28.

"STEP Tools Advances Product Data Exchange in Manufacturing", Peter Adrian, Manufacturing Automation, September 2000.

"STEP NC - The End of G-Codes?", Mark Albert, Modern Machine Shop, July 2000, pp. 70-80.

"What You Should Know About STEP", Martin Hardwick, Machine Design, July 6, 2000, pp. 98-102.

"Lessons Learned Developing Protocols for the Industrial Virtual Enterprise", Martin Hardwick, K.C. Morris, D.L. Spooner, T. Rando, and P. Denno, Computer-Aided Design, February 2000, Volume 32, Number 2, pp. 159-166.

"The Industrial Virtual Enterprise", Martin Hardwick and Richard Bolton, Communication of the ACM, September 1997, Volume 40, Number 9, pp. 59-60.

"Data Protocols for the Industrial Virtual Enterprise", Martin Hardwick, David Spooner, Thomas Rando, and K.C. Morris, IEEE Internet Computing, January-February 1997, Volume 1, Number 1, pp. 20-29.

"Product Data Exchange Using STEP", David Loffredo, E-COMM Magazine, September-October 1995.