Computer Integrated Manufacturing
Prof. Irad Ben Gal
The CIM laboratory course introduces students to the main aspects of modern computerized design and manufacturing technology. Included in this course are numerically controlled turning and milling, computer vision, robotics, and automated assembly with supervisory control. These automated manufacturing techniques are used individually and in coordination. They are also used together as a system for rapid prototyping starting from a CAD system. The course provides combined lecture and practicum with a strong experimental emphasis.
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