Development of a Total 3D CAD/CAM System for Electric Appliances
The system supports a wide range of design activities, conceptual design, engineering design and production design.
The system enables a conceptual designer to evaluate design options based on realistic representations of objects.
Various kinematic simulation functions enable engineers to analyze mechanisms.
KeywordsElectric Appliance Link List Conceptual Design Stage Kinematic Simulation Shade Image
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