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2000 Conference Presentations
|CAD-Based Tolerancing--An Overview
Chase, Brigham Young University
Tolerance analysis of assemblies promotes concurrent engineering by bringing engineering requirements and manufacturing capabilities together in a common model. By further integrating the engineering modeling and analysis with a CAD system, a practical tool for product and process development is created. It provides a quantitative design tool for predicting the effects of manufacturing variation on performance and cost in a CAD-based design environment. This presentation will be an overview of the contributions made by about 35 graduate students and many undergrads to the CATS technology for CAD-based variation analysis.
Bio BS, MS – BYU ’63,
PhD – Berkeley ‘72
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