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COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN, COMPUTER AIDED MANUFACTURING

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COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN, COMPUTER AIDED MANUFACTURING

  1. 1. A Presentation by JYYOTHEES MV ASSISTANT PROFESSOR FACULTY OF MANAGEMENT ON CAD/CAM ANALYSIS
  2. 2. CAD • CAD means computer aided design • It is any design activity that involves the effective use of a computer to create, modify, analyze, or document an engineering design. • It creates huge amounts of additional data that is often stored and managed in a product data management. • The output of the CAD system is stored in product data management.
  3. 3. DEFINITION: • Computer aided design is a computer technology that designs a product and documents the designs process . • It is also called as COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN AND DRAFTING. • It facilitates the manufacturing process.
  4. 4. GEOMETRIC MODELING IN CAD: • Geometric modeling is a special use of CAD data to create a mathematical description of an object. • The CAD accessing the computer memory that can display the resultant model as an image. • Geometric modeling are of two, they are GEOMETRIC MODELING TWO DIMENS IONAL THREE DIMENSI ONAL
  5. 5. TWO DIMENSIONAL MODEL: It is dating from the late 1960’s and early 1970, when the first CAD system began to appear. This is primarily used for design problems, such as flat objects and layouts of buildings. THREE DIMENSIONAL MODEL: These are capable of modeling an object in 3D according to user instructions, which has been found useful for conceptualization of objects.
  6. 6. Features of cad: • It increases productivity of the design. • It improves the quality of design. • It improves communication through documentation.
  7. 7. CAM: • CAM means Computer aided manufacturing. • It is the effective use of computer technology in manufacturing planning and control. • It is the application of computer technology to the areas of manufacturing planning and control.
  8. 8. DEFINITION: • It is an application technology that uses computer software and machinery to facilitate and automate manufacturing process. • It reduces waste and energy for enhanced manufacturing and production efficiency.
  9. 9. applications: • CAM FOR MANUFACTURING PLANNING: 1. Production and inventory planning 2. Cost estimating • CAM FOR MANUFACTURING CONTROL: 1. Process monitoring and control 2. Quality control 3. Inventory control
  10. 10. CAD/CAM ANALYSIS: • The integration of CAD functions with CAM applications gives us the CAD/CAM. • It is concerned with engineering functions in both design and manufacturing, it denotes an integration of design and manufacturing activities by means of computer systems. • It creates a direct link between product design and product manufacture.

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