Detc 2004-57689 Cafixd : a Case-based Reasoning Fixture Design Method . Framework and Indexing Mechanisms

@inproceedings{Boyle2004Detc2C,
  title={Detc 2004-57689 Cafixd : a Case-based Reasoning Fixture Design Method . Framework and Indexing Mechanisms},
  author={Iain M. Boyle and Kevin Rong},
  year={2004}
}
Fixtures accurately locate and secure a part during machining operations such that the part can be manufactured to design specifications. To reduce design costs associated with fixturing, various computer-aided fixture design (CAFD) methods have been developed through the years to assist the fixture designer. One approach is to use a case-based reasoning (CBR) method where relevant design experience is retrieved from a design library, and adapted to provide a new fixture design solution… CONTINUE READING

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