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|Title:||Machining feature extraction for casting parts|
Programming and algorithm theory
|Source:||Wang, B.F.,Zhang, Y.F.,Fuh, J.Y.H. (2003). Machining feature extraction for casting parts. Integrated Manufacturing Systems 14 (7) : 610-623. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.1108/09576060310491964|
|Abstract:||An approach to extract machining features for casting parts is presented. It is capable of recognizing interacting machining features. There are five phases in the recognition process: Boolean difference of the final part model and the raw part; identification of machining faces (M-faces) from the final part model and the raw part model; decomposition of the removed simple volumes into delta simple volumes based on M-faces; gluing the delta simple volumes into sets of feasible simple volumes based on M-faces; testing. This strategy is process-oriented and feature-independent. It recognizes all features that can be produced by common machining operations in a uniform way and produces alternative sets of machining features.|
|Source Title:||Integrated Manufacturing Systems|
|Appears in Collections:||Staff Publications|
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