AUTOMATION of DfMA PRINCIPLES in PARTS and ASSEMBLY DESIGN

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Srđan Živković
Veljko Petrović

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This paper discusses the possibility of using a software platform for the automatic application of the project design for production and assemblage. The specificity of Serbia's defence industry requires that this solution be multiplatform as well as ease of use in different companies located in different cities in Serbia. Testing performed taking into account the design principles for Industry 4.0. For testing purposes, the 3D model of the oil filter housing was taken. Test results are presented in this paper.

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