|1. “Computer Integrated Design and Manufacturing” by David Bedworth, Mark Henderson and Philip Wolfe
Book Review: This book is meant for advanced undergraduate courses in the field of computer aided design and computer aided manufacturing. This book provides in depth treatment of computer aided design and computer aided manufacturing. The book addresses CAD/CAM integration. The book also contains detailed information on computer control, programmable logic controllers, geometric modeling and also deals with CAD/CAM integration.
|2. “Automation, Production systems and Computer Integrated Manufacturing” by M. P. Groover
Book Review: This book is divided into five parts and they are automation and control technologies, material handling technologies, manufacturing systems, quality control systems and manufacturing support systems. The book covers automation fundamentals, numerical control programming, group technology, flexible manufacturing systems, quality control, material handling and storage, inspection technologies and programmable logic controllers. The book also contains chapters on manufacturing systems, mixed model assembly line analysis, quality assurance, inspection principles and technologies and many more.
|3. “Introduction to Automated Process Planning” by T. C. Chang and R. A. Wysk|
|4. “Concurrent Design of Products and Processes” by V. L. Nevins and D. E. Whiteney|
|5. “Computer Aided Manufacturing” by P. N. Rao, N. K. Tewari and T. K. Kundra|
|6. “Robots and Manufacturing Automation” by C. R. Asfahl
Book Review: This book demonstrates the wide spectrum of automated systems that improve manufacturing productivity that includes robots, numerical control machines, programmable controllers, computer controllers and microprocessor based automated systems. This book is a complete guide that uses automation to boost productivity. The book also presents the wide range of automated systems that increase manufacturing productivity. Every chapter is followed by exercises, problems and case studies that facilitate the understanding of the material.
|7. “CAD/CAM : Computer-Aided Design and Manufacturing” by M. Groover, E. Zimmers|
|8. “Mastering Cad/Cam” by Ibrahim Zeid|
|9. “BEGINNING AUTOCAD 2011 EXERCISE WORKBOOK” by SHROCK|
|10. “Computer Aided Design: A Basic and Mathematical Approach” by Sunil Kumar Srivastava|
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