By Cornelius Leondes, Cornelius T. Leondes
Within the aggressive enterprise area businesses needs to regularly attempt to create new and higher items swifter, extra successfully, and extra affordably than their rivals to achieve and retain the aggressive virtue. Computer-aided layout (CAD), computer-aided engineering (CAE), and computer-aided production (CAM) at the moment are the regular. those seven volumes supply the reader a accomplished therapy of the thoughts and functions of CAD, CAE, and CAM.
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This has lead to a consensus amongst researchers that a hybrid approach incorporating both the approaches is best suited for feature-based design systems. The development of such a hybrid system is still in its infancy. The feature validation requirement by design by features approach reinforces the belief that automatic feature recognition is closely linked to it and would play a dominant role in the feature-based product modeling systems of the future [Meeran and Pratt, 1993]. 4 Automated Feature Recognition and CAD Representation Most automatic feature recognition systems proposed by researchers are dependent on the type of solid modeling representational scheme.
Effects of Using Parallel Numerical Control (NC) Machines Most research studies in feature-based manufacturing are limited to conventional machining technology. Today, it is not uncommon for even a small-scale industry to have NC machines. Levin and Dutta  identified the characteristics of an NC machine as follows. 1. Capability to perform simultaneous operations. 2. Can have functional combinations (for example, capability of a lathe and a milling machine). 3. Possess secondary spindles which can machine rear face of the part (portion not machinable from the main spindle).