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Geometrical Adaptive Control of Manufacturing Systems

  • J. Peklenik
Part of the Advanced Manufacturing Series book series (ADVMANUF)

Abstract

In the manufacture of discrete products in the mechanical, electrical and other industries there are three major objectives (1) good performance and reliability of the product; (2) competitive price related to comparable products on the market; and (3) high-quality products.

Keywords

Machine Tool Tool Wear Machine Process Flexible Manufacturing System Dimensional Accuracy 
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