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The Future System for Roughmill OptimizationAuthor(s): Richard W. Conners; D.Earl Kline; Philip A. Araman; Thomas T. Drayer
Source: Furniture Design & Manufacturing. 69(13): 124-127.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionFrom forest to finished product, wood is moved from one processing stage to the next, subject to the decisions of individuals along the way. While this process has worked for hundreds of years, the technology exists today to provide more complete information to the decision makers. Virginia Tech has developed this technology, creating a machine vision prototype for wood products manufacturing.
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CitationConners, Richard W.; Kline, D.Earl; Araman, Philip A.; Drayer, Thomas T. 1997. The Future System for Roughmill Optimization. Furniture Design & Manufacturing. 69(13): 124-127.
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