Computer-integrated Design and Manufacturing
Intended for advanced undergraduate courses computer-aided design and computer-aided manufacturing, the goal of this book is to provide an in-depth treatment of computer aided design and computer-aided manufacturing which fully addresses CAD/CAM integration.
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allow analog analysis applications assembly automated automatically axis B-spline binary bits BREP Burr-Brown CAD systems CAD/CAM calculated capability CAPP cellular manufacturing chapter components computer-aided design computer-aided manufacturing concepts control computer coordinate cost curve cycle data base data structure DCLASS decision table defined determine developed device dimensions discussed drilling edges end effector equipment evaluation example function geometric modeling geometry graphics gripper group technology handling hole Industrial integration interface inventory ladder diagram logic machine tool manufacturing engineering material material requirements plan matrix motion motor move numerical control object operations output parameters performed pixel polygon position problem process planning programmable controller result robot rotation schedule screen sensors sequence setup shown in Figure solid model specific standard station subroutine surface switch Table Taguchi method task technique tion tolerances typical voltage