Integrating the CAx process chain for STEP-compliant NC manufacturing of asymmetric parts

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Acceleration of product development, decrease of NC programming effort and increase of product quality are demands from enterprises to make their products competitive. These requirements are hardly met by the today’s used CAx process chain which is based on a multitude of interfaces and the standardized control data format ISO 6983. New concepts of product… (More)
DOI: 10.1080/09511920600622098

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@article{Heusinger2006IntegratingTC, title={Integrating the CAx process chain for STEP-compliant NC manufacturing of asymmetric parts}, author={S. Heusinger and R. S. U. Rosso and P. Klemm and Stephen T. Newman and Shahin Rahimifard}, journal={Int. J. Computer Integrated Manufacturing}, year={2006}, volume={19}, pages={533-545} }