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Application of Fixture is a processing device used to fasten the workpiece quickly during processing, so that the machine tool, the tool, and the workpiece maintain the correct relative position. Tooling and fixtures are an indispensable part of machining. Driven by the development of machine tool technology in the direction of high speed, high efficiency, precision, compounding, intelligence, and environmental protection, fixture technology is moving towards high-precision, high-efficiency, modular, combination, universal, economic direction.
In the machinery industry or automation industry, CAD, CAE, and CAM complement each other. Design with CAD and then manufacture with CAM. CAD is the design process using computer technology, CAE is the use of computer simulation to analyze physical problems, and CAM is the use of computers and computer software to control machines for manufacturing, usually suitable for mass-produced parts.
Reverse engineering is a technical process. That is to conduct reverse analysis and research on a project target product, to deduce and obtain the design elements such as the product's processing flow, organizational structure, functional performance specifications, etc., to produce products with similar functions.
Under the influence of the China-US trade war and COVID-19, the border management of various countries is still very strict, and global economic and trade activities have not been thawed, which has caused the price of some raw materials to rise. Therefore, if machine tools can be designed with a lightweight structure, it will reduce manufacturing costs and increase profits. Lightweight moving castings can also improve the dynamic characteristics, which will be of considerable help to high-speed or high-precision machine control.
A mechanism design requires consideration of materials, specifications, precision, manufacturing processes, functions, etc., and must be cost-effective to create a good mechanism design.
The discipline of tooling design is fundamental to manufacturing. The cost of manufacturing and of the end product depends heavily upon tool design.
Today we are talking about CAD. Computer-aided design (CAD) is the use of computers (or workstations) to aid in the creation, modification, analysis, or optimization of a design.
As the foundation of modern industry, mold technology has been widely used in automobile, energy, machinery and other fields.