2017
DOI: 10.1115/1.4035826
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Abstract: In machining process planning, it is critical to ensure that the part created following the manufacturing steps complies with the designated design tolerances. However, the challenge is that manufacturing errors are stochastic in nature and are introduced at almost every step of executing a plan, for example, due to inaccuracy of tooling, misalignment of location, etc. Furthermore, these errors accumulate or “stack up” as the machining process progresses to inevitably produce a part that varies from the origin…

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