Computer-Integrated Manufacturing

  • S. A. Meguid

Abstract

In an integrated CAD/CAM system, a central unified data base is used to hold the design, analysis and manufacturing information. This means that the information is consistent throughout the Company. Once the product has been designed and analysed, much manufacturing information can be generated automatically.

Keywords

Machine Tool Tool Path Spindle Speed Computer Numerically Control Flexible Manufacturing System 
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© Elsevier Applied Science Publishers LTD 1987

Authors and Affiliations

  • S. A. Meguid
    • 1
  1. 1.Cranfield Institute of TechnologySchool of Mechanical EngineeringBedfordUK

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