Using concavity index for manufacturing feature recognition

Janusz Pobożniak

Abstrakt

The paper presents the usage of the concavity index for the effective recognition of the concave, open manufacturing features like open pockets, through slots and steps. The determination of this index using B-Rep representation is presented in detail. This is a fragment of an algorithm for the recognition of manufacturing features defined in the STEP-NC standard.

Słowa kluczowe: manufacturing feature recognition, STEP-NC, CAD/CAM integration
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