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|Title:||Automatic recognition of design and machining features from prismatic parts||Authors:||Senthil Kumar, A.
|Issue Date:||1996||Citation:||Senthil Kumar, A.,Salim, F.K.,Nee, A.Y.C. (1996). Automatic recognition of design and machining features from prismatic parts. International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology 11 (2) : 136-145. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.||Abstract:||Prismatic parts usually comprise basic features, such as slots, steps, holes, bosses, which may intersect with one another. In general, automatic recognition of intersecting features is difficult and may present bottlenecks when automating the design procedures which make use of features for downstream operations. This paper presents a novel approach to recognising intersecting features and auxiliary features due to tool movements and cutter radii. Since no cutting edges can be perfectly sharp, corner fillets on machined features are invariably created by end mills and other cutters. Fillets, on the other hand, could very well be features which have been designed to increase strength and reduce stress concentration of certain features. A feature recognition system is proposed to recognise features having fillets which may be either design or manufacturing features. This information will be useful to the product designer as it would be possible to distinguish between the intended and unintended features of a part. The developed system has been implemented on an HP-ME30 Solid Modeler.||Source Title:||International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology||URI:||http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/57953||ISSN:||02683768|
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