CyberCut: An Internet-based CAD/CAM System

@article{Ahn2001CyberCutAI,
  title={CyberCut: An Internet-based CAD/CAM System},
  author={Sung H. Ahn and V. Sundararajan and Charles Smith and Balaji Kannan and Roshan D'Souza and Ganping Sun and Ashish Mohole and Paul K. Wright and Jaeho Kim and Sara McMains and Jordan Smith and Carlo H. S{\'e}quin},
  journal={J. Comput. Inf. Sci. Eng.},
  year={2001},
  volume={1},
  pages={52-59}
}
‘‘CyberCutTM’’ is a testbed for an Internet-based CAD/CAM system. It was specifically designed to be a networked, automated system, with a seamless communication flow from a client-side designer to a server-side machining service. The creation of CyberCut required several new software modules. These include: a) a Web-based design tool in which Design-for-Manufacturing information and machining rules constrain the designer to manufacturable parts; b) a geometric representation called SIF-DSG… CONTINUE READING

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