CAD/CAM: Computer-aided Design and Manufacturing

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Prentice-Hall, 1984 - Computers - 489 pages
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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Contents

Introduction
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part COMPUTERS THE FOUNDATION OF CADCAM
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Minicomputers Microcomputers
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