CAD/CAM: Computer-aided Design and Manufacturing
In this book, the authors examine interactive computer graphics and its use in design industrial robots, computer control of manufacturing processes, computer-integrated production control, automated inspections, and flexible manufacturing systems. They also discuss the implementation of turnkey CAD/CAM systems.
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accomplished adaptive control applications Applicon assembly assembly language automated automatic basic CAD system CAD/CAM system capability cell Chapter components computer control computer graphics computer-aided design Computer-Aided Manufacturing computer-integrated Computervision configuration control system control unit conventional coordinate cost cutter cycle data base defined developed devices direct numerical control drill elements engineering example factors floor control functions geometry group technology hardware illustrated in Figure industrial robots input inspection instructions interactive interface inventory language machine tool manual manufacturing system material material requirements planning memory method minicomputer monitoring motion NC machines NC part programming NC system numerical control operation output perform problem procedure process control process planning punched tape puter rotation sensors sequence shown in Figure specified speed statement storage surface terminal tion types typically variables voltage welding workpart workpiece workstation