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Feature technology - an overview

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posted on 06.03.2014, 13:43 by Keith CaseKeith Case, James Gao
Manufacture is an objective that has become more urgent within the wider context of a total Computer Integrated Manufacturing environment. In seeking this integration it is recognised that the diversity of activities and consequent needs for data can best be served by a single representation for design, design analysis and manufacturing planning, and that a strong candidate for this descriptive role is a Feature Representation. This paper briefly overviews the primary methods of the use of features through Feature Recognition and Design by Features, particularly in the process planning application area.

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  • Mechanical, Electrical and Manufacturing Engineering

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CASE, K. and GAO, J., 1991. Feature technology - an overview IN: Proceedings of the Symposium on Feature-based Approaches to Design and Process Planning, Loughborough University, September 1991, pp. 1 - 14.

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1991

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