Laser-Based Inspection of Cutting Tools for Advanced Manufacturing Systems

Kasim Randeree, G. F. Dalgleish, R. D. James, D. R. Aitchison

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Abstract

Advanced manufacturing systems using computerbased
technologies are now wellestablished
particularly for metal cutting activities. Such systems
typically comprise machining centres supported by
automated transport and handling systems for
workpieces and tools. The level of sophistication of
these systems is such that completely unattended
operation for extended periods is technically feasible
provided that a ready supply of suitable workpieces and
tools is ensured. It is this latter constraint that the
present paper addresses.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationFourth International Conference on Factory 2000 - Advanced Factory Automation
PublisherIET
Pages502-508
Number of pages7
ISBN (Print)0-85296-626-1
Publication statusPublished - Oct 1994
Event4th International Conference on Advanced Factory Automation: Factory 2000 - York, United Kingdom
Duration: 3 Oct 19945 Oct 1994

Conference

Conference4th International Conference on Advanced Factory Automation
CountryUnited Kingdom
CityYork
Period3/10/945/10/94

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Machining centers
Metal cutting
Cutting tools
Inspection
Lasers

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Randeree, K., Dalgleish, G. F., James, R. D., & Aitchison, D. R. (1994). Laser-Based Inspection of Cutting Tools for Advanced Manufacturing Systems. In Fourth International Conference on Factory 2000 - Advanced Factory Automation (pp. 502-508). IET.

Laser-Based Inspection of Cutting Tools for Advanced Manufacturing Systems. / Randeree, Kasim; Dalgleish, G. F.; James, R. D.; Aitchison, D. R.

Fourth International Conference on Factory 2000 - Advanced Factory Automation. IET, 1994. p. 502-508.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference proceeding

Randeree, K, Dalgleish, GF, James, RD & Aitchison, DR 1994, Laser-Based Inspection of Cutting Tools for Advanced Manufacturing Systems. in Fourth International Conference on Factory 2000 - Advanced Factory Automation. IET, pp. 502-508, 4th International Conference on Advanced Factory Automation, York, United Kingdom, 3/10/94.
Randeree K, Dalgleish GF, James RD, Aitchison DR. Laser-Based Inspection of Cutting Tools for Advanced Manufacturing Systems. In Fourth International Conference on Factory 2000 - Advanced Factory Automation. IET. 1994. p. 502-508
Randeree, Kasim ; Dalgleish, G. F. ; James, R. D. ; Aitchison, D. R. / Laser-Based Inspection of Cutting Tools for Advanced Manufacturing Systems. Fourth International Conference on Factory 2000 - Advanced Factory Automation. IET, 1994. pp. 502-508
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