NC Part Programming
Part Programming
Planning and documenting the sequence of
processing steps to be performed on the NC
machine.
Part Programming
Manual part programming
The programmer writes the machining
instructions on a special form called a part
NC Part Programming
Part Programming
Planning and documenting the sequence of
processing steps to be performed on the NC
machine.
Part Programming
Manual part programming
The programmer writes the machining
instructions on a special form called a part
CNC Machine Tools
Introduction to Numerical Control
What is numerical control (NC)?
NC has been defined by the Electronic Industries
Association (EIA) as a system in which actions are
controlled by the direct insertion of numerical data at
some points. Th
CNC Machine Tools
Introduction to Numerical Control
What is numerical control (NC)?
NC has been defined by the Electronic Industries
Association (EIA) as a system in which actions are
controlled by the direct insertion of numerical data at
some points. Th
MEE307 CAD/CAM
Dr. A.S.Sheytrabalan (Asso.Prof)
SMBS
Course Objective
To understand the role and requirements of geometric
modeling in manufacturing
To study the different types of geometric modeling
techniques
To recognize the different types geometric e
CNC Machine Tools
Introduction to Numerical Control
What is numerical control (NC)?
NC has been defined by the Electronic Industries
Association (EIA) as a system in which actions are
controlled by the direct insertion of numerical data at
some points. Th
MEE307 CAD/CAM
Dr. A.S.Sheytrabalan (Asso.Prof)
SMBS
Unit III
Introduction
to
NC,
CNC,
DNC
Manual
part
Programming Computer Assisted Part Programming
Examples using NC codes Adaptive Control
Canned cycles and subroutines CAD / CAM
approach to NC part
Programming Methods
Automatically Programmed Tools (APT)
A text based system in which a programmer
defines a series of lines, arcs, and points which
define the overall part geometry locations.
These features are then used to generate a cutter
location
MEE307 CAD/CAM
Dr. A.S.Sheytrabalan (Asso.Prof)
SMBS
Unit III
Introduction
to
NC,
CNC,
DNC
Manual
part
Programming Computer Assisted Part Programming
Examples using NC codes Adaptive Control Canned
cycles and subroutines CAD / CAM approach to NC
part
MEE307 CAD/CAM
Dr. A.S.Sheytrabalan (Asso.Prof)
SMBS
Course Objective
12/29/16
MEE307 CADCAM VIT VELLORE
2
Unit I Computer Hardware
Product Development Cycle Introduction to
CAD/CAM Graphics I/O Devices
Bresenhams Algorithm and DDA, Graphics
software, C
UnitV
Computer integrated
manufacturing
Computerintegrated
manufacturing
represent the union of hardware, software,
database management, and communications to
automate and control production activities.
phrase used to describe the complete automation
o
Virtual Reality
and
Augmented Reality
1
2
Most computer games / videos
are entirely virtual
IMMERSION, or engagement,
can be very high, however, with
Quality spatial resolution
Stereo
Smooth motion
Little time delay between user
interactions and visual ef
Geometric Modeling
Techniques
1
Learning objectives
To understand the role and requirements of
geometric modeling in manufacturing
To study the different types of geometric
modeling techniques
To recognize the different types geometric
entities and its
UNITII
Principles of Computer Graphics:
Geometric Modeling Wireframe, Surface and Solid
Parametric representation of curves & surfaces  CSG and BRep World/device coordinate representations, 2D and 3D
geometric transformations, Matrix representation, t
32 Xu
Chapter II
CAD Data Exchange and
CAD Standards
Abstract
Today, more companies than ever before are involved in manufacturing various parts of
their end products using different subcontractors, many of whom are often geographically
diverse. The rise
CAD Standards
Objectives
SOLID MODEL
SOLID MODEL
CAD MODEL
Product definition
The product definition includes geometric,
topological, and nongeometric data.
The geometry part defines the geometric
entities to be used to define the geometry.
The topolo
CAD Systems
Basic structure of a CAD system
Database
(CAD model)
Application
software
Graphics
utility
Devices
drivers
Inputoutput
devices
User
interface
The application software is at the top level and is
used to manipulate the CAD model database.
The g
Hardcopy Printers and
Plotters
About
Both printers and plotters are available for
creating final drawing and documentation
Relatively slower drawing rate as compared to
screen
There are two types of plotting
Vector plottingdepends on the coordinates
Rast
PRODUCT DEVELOPEMT CYCLE
New Product Development
Companies must be constantly modifying
existing products and developing new ones;
the marketplace demands it.
How new is new? most new products are
modifications of or extensions to existing
ones.
The in
Geometric Modelling
Learning objectives
To understand the functions and requirements of
geometric modelling in manufacturing
To study the different types of geometric
modelling techniques
To recognize the different types geometric
entities and its math
Introduction to CAD/CAM
1
CAD/CAM
CAD/CAM = Computer Aided Design and
Computer Aided Manufacturing. It is the
technology concerned with the use of
computers to perform design and
manufacturing functions.
2
CAD can be defined as the use of computer
syste
DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF DISC BRAKE ROTOR
B. TECH MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
DESIGN PROJECT REPORT
Presented by
Ankit Kumar

13BME0072
Gaurav Kumar

13BME0731
SCHOOL OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
NOVEMBER 2016
CERTIFICATE
This i s t o c e r t i f y t h a t the d
MEE307 CAD/CAM
Dr. A.S.Sheytrabalan (Asso.Prof)
SMBS
Course Objective
To understand the role and requirements of geometric
modeling in manufacturing
To study the different types of geometric modeling
techniques
To recognize the different types geometric e
MEE307
CAD/CAM
L T P C
2 0 4 4
Version No
: 2.00
Pre requisite : MEE207 Computer Aided Machine Drawing
Objectives
1. To understand the basics of CAD/CAM.
2. To gain exposure over the concepts of computer graphics.
3. To learn about the geometric issues co
MEE307 CAD/CAM
Dr. A.S.Sheytrabalan (Asso.Prof)
SMBS
Course Objective
To understand the role and requirements of geometric
modeling in manufacturing
To study the different types of geometric modeling
techniques
To recognize the different types geometric e
Geometric Modelling
Learning objectives
To understand the functions and requirements of
geometric modelling in manufacturing
To study the different types of geometric
modelling techniques
To recognize the different types geometric
entities and its math
Programming Methods
Automatically Programmed Tools (APT)
A text based system in which a programmer
defines a series of lines, arcs, and points which
define the overall part geometry locations.
These features are then used to generate a cutter
location