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Features technology: an integration methodology for CAD and CAM
conference contributionposted on 2014-03-10, 14:21 authored by Keith CaseKeith Case
Genuine integration of Computer Aided Design (CAD) and Computer Aided Manufacture (CAM) is becoming ever 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 all aspects of the product life cycle, including design, design analysis and manufacturing planning. The strongest candidate for this descriptive role is a Feature Representation, and this paper reviews feature technology and the use of features through Feature Recognition and Design by Features. An attempt is also made to identify future areas of research.
- Mechanical, Electrical and Manufacturing Engineering
CitationCASE, K., 1992. Features technology: an integration methodology for CAD and CAM. IN: Ko, N.W.M. and Tan, S.T. (eds). Proceedings of the International Conference on Manufacturing Automation, 10th-12th August 1992, Hong Kong. University of Hong Kong, pp. 613 - 624.
PublisherUniversity of Hong Kong
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