Keyhoon Ko

Learn More
Presented in the paper is a C-space based computer automated process planning (CAPP) algorithm for freeform die-cavity machining, which is an extension of the hierarchical CAPP model proposed earlier by the authors. In order to demonstrate its validity, the proposed CAPP algorithm has been implemented and applied to actual die-cavity machining examples. q(More)
In a typical FAB factory, various types of products are produced around the clock. Complex constraints and re-entrant flows make it difficult for a human scheduler to generate a production schedule based on his/her experience and knowledge. This paper introduces a simulation based FAB scheduler, SeePlan®, which was developed by the authors. A Korea based(More)
As high-speed machining and unmanned machining become common, the demand for cutting-load regularization increases, so NC machining can be more ef®cient. To be presented is a simple cutting-load regularization method for pocket machining. As the conventional off-line approaches where cutting-load is predicted and cutting parameters are adjusted before(More)
Diversified and complicated manufacturing sites make optimal scheduling of production lines difficult. Under current manufacturing processes, it is almost impossible for schedulers to consider all the constraints of production processes. A strategy of simulation-based advanced planning and scheduling (APS) is employed to overcome difficulties that interfere(More)
  • 1