Present investigation is on process planning using neutral file with format STEP for rotational parts with use of computer. CAE systems involved in every stage of product life cycle mainly uses the product data produced by the CAD systems and integrated manufacturing data produced by CAPP and CAM systems. As the degree of automation and CAD/CAM integration increases, the inclusion of high level information with the product data and its seamless flow in CAD-CAM-CNC chain becomes a necessity. The objective of this work is to develop a Computer Aided Process Planning system for rotational parts using ISO 10303 standard STEP AP224 data exchange file, enabling the inclusion of high level information about the product besides geometry. The developed system aims to incorporate the small and medium sized manufacturing enterprises into the e-manufacturing chain by adopting the NC-code based CNC machine tools without any modification of the controllers.
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- Maheshkumar NippaniAssistant Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering Appa Institute of Engineering Technology Kalaburgi, India.
- Dr. Sachhidanand ReurProfessor, Department of Industrial Production Engineering PDA college of Engineering Kalaburgi, India.
- Vishwanath PatilAssistant Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering Appa Institute of Engineering Technology Kalaburgi, India.
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Maheshkumar Nippani, Dr. Sachhidanand Reur, Vishwanath Patil "Computer Aided Process Planning Using Neutral File Step For Rotational Parts" International Journal of Research and Innovation in Applied Science -IJRIAS vol.2 issue 2, pp.01-03 2017
Education is getting expensive day by day as it has many reasons but we will discuss one by one point in this paper. Today the real-estate cost is increasing day by day it is main cause for this increment. This trend continues today. some parents are willing to spend over 90% of their income on a standard bachelor's degree at public institutions for their kids. In this paper , Our aim is what is the reason behind Expensive Education System..
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- Vijay KumarShri USB College, Aburoad, India
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Vijay Kumar "Expensive Education System: A Review" International Journal of Research and Innovation in Applied Science -IJRIAS vol.2 issue 2, pp.04-06 2017