Virtual Manufacturing : Tools for improving Design and Production

@article{Dpinc2007VirtualM,
  title={Virtual Manufacturing : Tools for improving Design and Production},
  author={Philippe D{\'e}pinc{\'e} and Damien Chablat and Peer-Oliver Woelk},
  journal={CoRR},
  year={2007},
  volume={abs/0708.0495}
}
The research area “Virtual Manufacturing” can be defined as an integrated manufacturing environment which can enhance one or several levels of decision and control in manufacturing process. Several domains can be addressed: Product and Process Design, Process and Production Planning, Machine Tool, Robot and Manufacturing System. As automation technologies such as CAD/CAM have substantially shortened the time required to design products, Virtual Manufacturing will have a similar effect on the… CONTINUE READING

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