Computer-Aided Design, Engineering, and Manufacturing: by Cornelius Leondes, Cornelius T. Leondes

By Cornelius Leondes, Cornelius T. Leondes

Within the aggressive company area businesses needs to regularly try to create new and higher items swifter, extra successfully, and extra cheaply than their opponents to realize and retain the aggressive virtue. Computer-aided layout (CAD), computer-aided engineering (CAE), and computer-aided production (CAM) at the moment are the regular. those seven volumes supply the reader a complete remedy of the thoughts and functions of CAD, CAE, and CAM.

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Support data reference frames to be tagged and their precedence to be specified where applicable. Network tolerances with the geometric and feature elements. Provide validity checking of geometric elements. Support material modifiers (material condition or tolerance zone modifiers). Automatic checks on legality of tolerances. Apply default tolerances to untoleranced elements. Provide graphic display of all features, data, and tolerance frames to the designer. Roy and Liu [1993] have developed a geometric tolerance representational scheme that has been interfaced with the TWIN solid modeling system.

Cannot handle sculptured surfaces. Raw stock is always assumed to be a rectangular bar. The tool approach directions and knowledge-based rules for a given feature must be defined in advance. 5. The process plan yielded by this approach is based on the minimization of set-ups criterion and may not necessarily be the optimal one. An automated design-to-cost (DTC) system using feature-based design, Group Technology (GT), and activity-based costing concepts was developed by Geiger and Dilts [1996].

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