• Engineering
  • Published 1994

Feature Recognition for Manufacturability Analysis

@inproceedings{Regli1994FeatureRF,
  title={Feature Recognition for Manufacturability Analysis},
  author={William C. Regli and Satyandra K. Gupta and Dana S. Nau},
  year={1994}
}
While automated recognition of features has been attempted for a wide range of applications, no single existing approach possesses the functionality required to perform manufacturability analysis. In this paper, we present a methodology for taking a CAD model and extracting a set of machinable features suitable for generating all alternative interpretations of the model as collections of MRSEVs (Material Removal Shape Element Volumes, a STEP-based library of machining features). This set of… CONTINUE READING

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PhD thesis, The University of Mary- land

  • William C. Regli
  • College Park, MD,
  • 1994
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