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A system engineering approach to automated assembly planning

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The problem of generating assembly plans is examined from the viewpoint of totally automating the manufacturing process. In particular, it is assumed that automation is used to generate assembly plans from design data and robot programs from the assembly plans. The study involves determining what knowledge must be shared between robot programmers and assembly planners and considering the impact on assembly plans of design variations within a simple product line

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Systems Engineering, 1990., IEEE International Conference on

Date of Conference:

9-11 Aug. 1990