Abstract

This chapter gives an overview of ESPRIT project 1217 (1199), ‘Human-centred CIM Systems’, at the beginning of the final year of the three-year project. The object of the project is to produce human-centred CIM components, in which human skill and its application are optimised in harmony with leading-edge computerised manufacturing technology.

Keywords

Epoxy Milling Drilling Editing PTFE 

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  • Shaun Murphy

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