January 2012
DAAAM International Scientific Book;2012, p277
Academic Journal
This publication deals about the simulation process and CNC program generation in the system CATIAV5. In this high class of CAD/CAM system is possible to manufacture models with too complicated shapes and CNC code then finally transfer into the operating systems of CNC machining centers. Each machining technology must be supported by selection of the relevant cutting tools and cutting materials, design and use of plant and machinery suitable for innovative machining technology, which benefits must always be continuous reduction in production time and mechanical machining time in each operation, subject to the quality and accuracy of the product. Production processes have to be optimized by CAD/CAM systems application in the technological preparation of production and use of innovation in programming CNC machine tools.


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