Interactive inspection of solids: cross-sections and interferences

@inproceedings{Rossignac1992InteractiveIO,
  title={Interactive inspection of solids: cross-sections and interferences},
  author={Jarek Rossignac and Abe Megahed and Bengt-Olaf Schneider},
  booktitle={SIGGRAPH},
  year={1992}
}
To reduce the cost of correcting design errors, assemblies of mechanical parts are modeled using CAD systems and verified electronically before the designs are sent to manufacturing. Shaded images are insufficient for examining the internal structures of assemblies and for detecting interferences. Thus, designers must rely on expensive numerical techniques that compute geometric representations of cross-sections and of intersections of solids. The solid-clipping approach presented here bypasses… CONTINUE READING
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