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[9] Lauwers, B., Dejonghe, P., Kruth, J.P., (2003), Optimal and collision free tool posture in five-axis machining through the tight integration of tool path generation and machine simulation, Computer- Aided Design, 35 (5): 421-432.
Computing offset model of a shape represented by a T-mesh can be used for tool path generation and process planning of a sculptured surface such as mold & die, Choi [7].
Also, the integration of the post processor into the tool path generation module is becoming more common.
[7] Lauwers, B., Kruth, J.P., Dejonghe, P., Vreys, R., 2000, Efficient NC -programming of multi-axes milling machines through the integration of tool path generation and NC-simulation, Annals of the CIRP, 49/1/2000: 367-370.
Geometric information for tool path generation will be consciously minimized.
The aim of the present work is to optimize control of tool path generation by an approach using integrated Genetic Algorithm (GA) system.
Iso-parametric tool path generation from triangular meshes for free-from surface machining.
When viewed from high precision aerospace or oil and gas compressor components (which contain 2000 - 2500 FICS surfaces), the feature data need to be accurate enough to support tool path generation. Otherwise, there are high chances of a getting a defective product with poor limits.
Figure 4 is apparent from the tool path generation processing and simulation of various aspects of die making.
A Classified Bibliography of Literature on NC Tool Path Generation, Available from: http://www.cgl.uwaterloo.ca/~smann/Papers/survey2.pdf Acessed: 2009-04-28
Intelligent tool path generation for milling of free surfaces using neural networks.