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By Peter Kopacek

ISBN-10: 0080420613

ISBN-13: 9780080420615

The target of this 1st Workshop was once to collect end-users, brands and (computer) regulate experts to judge chances within the very important box of manufacturing facility automation. This quantity bargains suggestions for product, strategy layout, construction layout and keep watch over. Technical standards also are mentioned and financial justification equipment are evaluated. The papers incorporated current clever, modular, "low price" methods or suggestions applicable for small and medium sized businesses which would make the most of more advantageous potency and competitiveness

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Through hole • blind hole a s s e m b l y features: part relative orientation, fits, interaction surfaces. • flat bottom blind hole • stepped hole • tapped hole Rather often features and attributes are used as s y n o n y m s . But, whereas an attribute is a characteristic or quality of a thing, a f e a t u r e is a physical constituent of a part having en engineering significance and predictable properties [SHAH; 1991]. Attributes can b e applied at any level to a feature, or a collection of features, to a w h o l e part, or to an assembly.

COMMUNICATIONS The communication between the cell controller and the robot controller is done by the use of a defined DNC interface. This interface is subject of standardization. ISO 9506 proposes the network technology MAP and the communication protocol MMS as standards for communication in a manufacturing environment with the goal to ease the link of automation systems to an information structure. PC-BASED R O B O T CONTROLLER Kerndlmaier (1991) defined the Simple Robot Management Protocol (SRMP).

In Advances in Integrated Product Design and Manufacturing, (ed. H. B. Joshi). American Society of Mechanical Engineers, PED-Vol. 47,163-79. , 1991. Features technology. Postgraduate seminar of the Institute of Industrial Automation, Espoo 1 9 9 1 - 1 0 - 1 5 . . 16, Helsinki University of Technology. The major a d v a n t a g e of this kind of CAPP-syst e m appears to be in small batch and one-of-akind p r o d u c t i o n w h e r e the proportion of the process planning is large c o m p a r e d w i t h m a s s p r o d u c t i o n .

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