Optimization Hole-Cutting Operations Sequence in CNC Machine Tools Using GA

  title={Optimization Hole-Cutting Operations Sequence in CNC Machine Tools Using GA},
  author={J.E.A. Qudeiri and A. M. Raid and M.a. Jamali and Hidehiko Yamamoto},
  journal={2006 International Conference on Service Systems and Service Management},
The productivity of machine tools is significantly improved by using microcomputer based CAD/CAM systems for NC program generation. Currently, many commercial CAD/CAM packages that provide automatic NC programming have been developed and applied to various cutting processes. One of the cutting processes machined by CNC machine tools is hole-cutting operations (HCO). In this paper, we attempt to find an efficient solution approach to determine the best sequence of operations for a set of holes… CONTINUE READING


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