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Feature based computer aided process planning
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CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): Computer-Aided Process Planning (CAPP) is considered to be the bridge that links Computer-Aided Design (CAD) and Computer-Aided Manufacturing (CAM). One of the imperative characteristics of CAPP is Automatic Feature Recognition (AFR). CAD files contain detailed geometric information of a part, which are not . In book: Computer Aided and Integrated Manufacturing Systems Techniques and Applications, Vol. III Operational Methods in Computer-Aided Design, Chapter: Computer Aided Process Planning (CAPP) in.
For the past three decades, computer-aided process planning (CAPP) has attracted a large amount of research interest. A huge volume of literature has been published on this subject. Today, CAPP research faces new challenges owing to the dynamic markets and business globalisation. COMPUTER AIDED PROCESS PLANNING (CAPP): THE USER INTERFACE FOR THE FABRICATION MODULE OF THE RAPID DESIGN SYSTEM Name: Cartaya, Christine Marie University of Dayton, Advisor: Dr. John P. Eimermacher The Rapid Design System (RDS) is a feature based design, fabrication, and inspection system.
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Journal of Materials Processing Technology ELSEVIER Journal of Materials Processing Technology 52 () A feature-based design system for computer-aided process planning T.N. Wong*, K.W. Wong Department of Industrial and ManuJacturing Systems Engineering, University of Hong Kon,q, Hon,q Konq Industrial Summary This paper describes the development of an object-oriented feature-based Cited by: Computer-aided process planning is a pivotal element in the integration of information from design to actual is common to use a feature-based CAD model-recognition system to process product characteristics in order to plan the manufacturing steps.
Based on the AME geometric modeller which is in fact a CSG-based solid modeller, the validity of the input geometric features will be ensured.
According to the knowledge provided in the rule-based feature-mapping system, the design information will be transformed into the appropriate process plan and manufacturing by: Abstract. The aim of this paper is to report on some of our research findings in developing generative process planning systems.
A feature-based model for describing component geometry and connectivity, and a hierarchical structure for form features definition and classification are presented, as are methods for representing the capabilities of machine by: Computer-aided process planning (CAPP): Computer-aided process planning is a link between design and manufacturing in a computer-integrated manufacturing (CIM) environment.
Commonly used by manufacturing engineers, CAPP can be used to develop a product manufacturing plan based on projected variables such as cost, lead times, equipment Author: Margaret Rouse.
1. Introduction. Computer Aided Process Planning (CAPP) is an essential component of a Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM) environment. The purpose of CAPP is to automate process planning tasks so that the process plans are generated consistently.
Abstract. This paper presents a feature based Computer Aided Process Planning (CAPP) system for rotational components. While developing a feature based CAPP system, a set of flexible process plans were encountered and a population based heuristics namely Genetic Algorithm (GA) is used to obtain a most optimal process plan for a defined objective function.
The inspection process is one of the most important steps in manufacturing industries because it safeguards high quality products and customer satisfaction. Manual inspection may not provide the desired accuracy. This book introduces and implements a new methodology and develops the supporting technologies for automated inspection planning based on Computer Aided Design (CAD) models.
There are three tasks of manufacturing production planning: process planning, determining cutting conditions, and setting the time standards. To make the proper sequence the operations are documented on a form known as the route sheet. The use of computers for process planning is called as Computer Aided Process Planning or CAPP.
There are two approaches for computer aided planning process. While this improved output but it did not enhance the quality of the planning of processes. Computer-aided process planning originally developed as a device to electronically store a process plan once it was shaped, recover it, amend it for a new part and print the plan.
It is called Stage II. Coordinate-measuring machines (CMMs) have widely been utilized for performing inspections due to its high precision and accuracy.
With increasing complexities of parts and tighter tolerances, there is a need of well-defined strategies and techniques to effectively plan inspection process for CMMs. The proposed work comprehensively describes different steps to generate an. Purchase Computer-Aided Process Planning, Volume 13 - 1st Edition.
Print Book & E-Book. ISBNThe past two decades have witnessed the development of many CAPP (Computer-Aided Process Planning) systems. From variant process planning to generative process planning, great. and rule-based recognition of user-deﬁned features.
In a related work, Gaines and Hayes () presented an extendable representation to allow users to add their custom tool descriptions to the knowledge base of a resource-adaptive feature recognizer.
Turning process planning. Feature-based modelling has been considered as an indispensable tool for integrating CAD/CAPP systems. One of its advantages over conventional geometric modelling is the ability to associate not only geometric and topological information, but also form features, tolerances, material properties and other information which may be used during the process planning.
First, process planning and computer-aided process planning are examined. Then an object-oriented approach based on an object modelling technique (OMT) is used to model a PCB process planning system.
Next, the object model, the dynamic model and the functional model of the system are presented and described. STEP-based feature modeller for computer-aided process planning S.
AMAITIK* and S. KILIC ¸ Department of Mechanical Engineering, Middle East Technical University, AnkaraTurkey. feature-based process planning systems a part is designed with “ Computer Aided Process Planning”, Production Hand Book, 4.
th Computer Aided Process Planning is an essential key for. Bouzakis K.-D. and Andreadis G. (), A feature-based algorithm for computer aided process planning of prismatic parts, International Seminar “Intelligent Manufacturing Systems — Theory and Practice”, Belgrade, pp 19– Google Scholar.
COMPUTER-AIDED PROCESS PLANNING: COMPUTER-AIDED PROCESS PLANNING ADVANTAGES 1. It can reduce the skill required of a planner. It can reduce the process planning time. It can reduce both process planning and manufacturing cost.
It can create more consistent plans. It can produce more accurate plans. It can increase productivity. Computer-aided process planning initially evolved as a means to electronically store a process plan once it was created, retrieve it, modify it for a new part and print the plan. Other capabilities were table-driven cost and standard estimating systems, for sales representatives to create customer quotations and estimate delivery time.The objective of this research is to integrate computer aided design (CAD) and computer aided manufacturing (CAM) through automated feature-based process planning.
This integration process is accomplished through two steps. First, a feature recognizer is used to recognize and extract form-features from the solid modeling database of a designed.Computer-aided process planning (CAPP) is the application of the computer to assist process planners in the planning functions.
by integrating feature based process planning, F .