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Implementation of hierarchical design for manufacture rules in manufacturing processes

Parvez, Masud;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2008
  • Country: Ireland
Abstract
In order to shorten the product development cycle time, minimise overall cost and smooth transition into production, early consideration of manufacturing processes is important. Design for Manufacture (DFM) is the practice of designing products with manufacturing issues using an intelligent system, which translates 3D solid models into manufacturable features. Many existing and potential applications, particularly in the field of manufacturing, require various aspects of features technology. In all engineering fields geometric modelling wluch accurately represents the shape of a whole engineering component has become accepted for a wide range of applications. To...
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free text keywords: Mechanical engineering, Production engineering
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