To allow for enhanced quality while reducing machining time, machines have become increasingly complex, thus leading to an increase in purchase, running and operator training costs. In what follows in the present paper, we shall firstly show how a serious game can help players to improve their machining skills. The benefits this new tool can have on teaching methods are then examined.
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