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CAD,CAM, CIM by K.C. Jain and Vikash Gohil
Book Summary:

Computers today, are very versatile and powerful tool in the hands of design engineer – A tool to design, draft, model, analyze, simulate, and manufacture. The use of computer is not only helpful to design but also in the manufacture of good quality products development in the field of CAD/CAM/CIM are taking place continuously.

The aim of this book is to introduce the subject computing as an aid to design and manufacture and to take the readers from the basics of CAD/CAM/CIM application in real engineering design and manufacturing.

The book is divided in six parts containing 44 chapters.

All the topics contained in the chapters are explained with illustrative examples.

  • Chapter 1 introduces the information required for manufacturing organizations, production planning systems, business forecasting, material requirement planning, aggregate production planning and concurrent engineering. These texts are well covered in the chapters 2-9.
  • Part 2 and 3 covers the CAD/CAM computer graphics, standards, and geometric modeling. Coordinate system, computer data management, CAD data standardization, and drawing data exchange formats are explained in detail in the chapters 10-17.Geometric modeling, constructive solid geometry, surface representation, polynomial curve fitting and rapid prototyping are demonstrated and discussed in the chapters 18-26.
  • Part 4 Introduces NC, CNC and DNC systems, part programming methods, G-codes, Mcodes, ATC pallets, and machining time estimation are discussed very well in the chapters 27-32 while adaptive, sequence control and PLC explained in the chapters 33-35.
  • Part 5 Deals with Group technology, concept of part family and coding systems in the chapters 36-37. Flexible manufacturing covers material handling, AGV, robots, and computer aided process planning in the chapters 38-41
  • Part 6 Briefly discusses computer-integrated manufacturing, product design and product life cycle management in chapters 42-44.

Audience of the Book :
The book is intended for the undergraduate students of engineering and professionals, who are interested in the subject and its application to design and manufacturing.
Key Features:

The main features of the book are :

The book is written in a simple and easy to follow language, So that even an average student can grasp the subject by self study. At the end of each chapter theoretical questions and unsolved numerical problems are given for students to solve them.

Table of Contents:

* Business information and manufacturing planning

* Computer graphics and standards

* Geometric modelling


*Group technology and elements of FMS

* CAM-6(CIM) computer integrated manufacturing