CyberCut: A World Wide Web based design-to-fabrication tool

@inproceedings{Smith1996CyberCutAW,
  title={CyberCut: A World Wide Web based design-to-fabrication tool},
  author={Charles Stewart Smith and Paul K. Wright},
  year={1996}
}
  • Charles Stewart Smith, Paul K. Wright
  • Published 1996
  • Engineering
  • Abstract For some time there has been an expectation that a “mechanical MOSIS” system will soon become available to mechanical designers for the rapid manufacture of functional prototypes. Recent advances in client-server interaction, automated process planning, and rapid manufacturing services now make it possible to provide a World Wide Web based, seamless CAD/CAPP/CAM system. Currently, the following services are provided via the Internet: (1) a design-for-manufacture CAD interface, written… CONTINUE READING

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