Computer- aided inspection planning: theory and practice by Abdulrahman Al-Ahmari, Emad Abouel Nasr, Osama Abdulhameed

By Abdulrahman Al-Ahmari, Emad Abouel Nasr, Osama Abdulhameed

The inspection technique is without doubt one of the most crucial steps in production industries since it safeguards top of the range items and shopper delight. guide inspection won't give you the wanted accuracy. This booklet introduces and implements a brand new technique and develops the aiding applied sciences for computerized inspection making plans in response to laptop Aided layout (CAD) versions. It additionally presents and implements a good hyperlink for automatic operation in line with Coordinate Measuring laptop (CMM). The link’s output is a DMIS code programming dossier in keeping with the inspection making plans desk that's completed on CMM.

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