Parts time solution

Fisher, Richard
May 2004
Engineer (00137758);5/1/2004, Vol. 293 Issue 7651, p48
Reports that a Google-style software tool that searches three-dimensional shapes rather than words could soon help reduce the design process by months. Purdue University engineers' development of a program that searches for the three-dimensional shape of old parts; Key features of the Purdue system.


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