Haptic modeling in rapid product development

Chen, Yonghua, Yang, Zhengyi and Lian, Lili (2004). Haptic modeling in rapid product development. In: Les A Piegl, Computer-aided design and applications.. CAD'04, Pattaya Beach, Thailand, (577-584). 24-28 May 2004.


Author Chen, Yonghua
Yang, Zhengyi
Lian, Lili
Title of paper Haptic modeling in rapid product development
Conference name CAD'04
Conference location Pattaya Beach, Thailand
Conference dates 24-28 May 2004
Proceedings title Computer-aided design and applications.   Check publisher's open access policy
Place of Publication Bangkok, Thailand
Publisher CAD Solutions
Publication Year 2004
Sub-type Fully published paper
ISSN 1686-4360
Editor Les A Piegl
Volume 1
Start page 577
End page 584
Total pages 8
Language eng
Formatted Abstract/Summary
This paper presents an integrated product development platform. Haptic modeling, due to its growing applications to different aspects of product development, is envisioned as the core technology for the proposed rapid product development platform. Since haptic modeling is developed based on physical laws, it is anticipated as the natural link between the virtual world and practical applications. In the proposed platform, haptic devices are used as the central mechanisms for reverse engineering, shape modeling, virtual prototyping, machining tool path planning and tolerance inspection path planning. The hardware system is constructed by attaching a digitizing probe to a haptic device Phantom®. This configuration enables the force guided digitization in reverse engineering. When a three dimensional computer model is constructed by either haptic shape modeling or reverse engineering, both tool path planning and coordinate measuring machine (CMM) tolerance inspection path planning can be carried out in a haptic environment. Physical models can be made by either computer numerical controlled machining or rapid prototyping machines.
Subjects 0801 Artificial Intelligence and Image Processing
Keyword Haptic modeling
Product development
Reverse engineering
Tool path planning
Q-Index Code EX

 
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