Engineering Talk - DCS's Blog on Quality and Engineering

Benjamin Reese

Recent Posts by Benjamin Reese:

4 Reasons to Do Closed Loop Manufacturing

Why Does Anyone Want to Close the Loop?

Applying Closed Loop Manufacturing gives companies a powerful set of tools to improve quality.

What is Closed Loop? Click Here to find out!

Topics: 3DCS Tolerance Analysis SPC QDM

X Plane Move Brings Best Fit to 3DCS Tolerance Analysis Software

X-Plane Move - An Easy Best Fit Move for Faster Modeling

Learn how to use this new move in next week's webinar -

Part 2: 3DCS Version 7.5 – X Plane Move – How to Use The New Best Fit Move for 3DCS

Thu, Feb 22, 2018 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM EST

Click Here to Register

Topics: CATIA 3DCS Tolerance Analysis CATIA V6 Webinar Siemens NX 3DCS Creo

Closed Loop Manufacturing: CAD Driven Supplier Quality and Continuous Quality Improvement

How Can You Drive Quality Improvement and Improve Supplier Quality with Model Based Definition?

Model Based Definition can be leveraged to drive supplier quality and create continuous quality improvement by connecting existing processes. 

CAD modeling and simulation is now a standard in many manufacturing businesses. These same manufacturers understand that measuring completed parts, and measuring incoming parts from suppliers, is an important part of validating quality. What Model Based Definition offers is the ability to use the completed CAD model and analysis to drive the entire quality process, creating a single source for specifications and quality information that, when applied throughout production, allows for manufacturing correlation and powerful problem solving to improve quality at every stage of the product lifecycle. 

What is Closed Loop Manufacturing?

Topics: CATIA 3DCS Tolerance Analysis SPC Webinar QDM Siemens NX 3DCS Creo Global Technology Conference

The New DCS Community - FAQ's and Discussion on Tolerance Analysis and SPC

The New DCS Community Brings Customers and Clients a Forum for Questions, Answers and Information on Tolerance Analysis and SPC

The New DCS Community houses an extensive FAQ, with clients able to post questions to be answered by DCS technical experts and DCS Software partners and users. 

Topics: 3DCS Tolerance Analysis T&T SPC DE Focus Webinar QDM

What's New in 3DCS? Find Out with the 7.5 Webinar Series Starting Next Week

The Webinar Series Takes You Through the New Updates in 3DCS Version 7.5

With this new version of 3DCS, you will find a plethora of new features and quality of life updates to make your modeling easier, and get you results faster. 

Topics: Webinar

Case Study: Structural and Functional Analysis of Drive Train of Major Vehicle System (Star Wars Humor)

Case Study: Structural and Functional Analysis of Drivetrain of Major Transportation System (Humor)

DCS was involved in a previously confidential assignment for a defense OEM to analyze the functional requirements of their primary vehicle's drivetrain. 

DCS has completed a number of projects for aerospace and defense companies, most of which cannot be disclosed. With the declassification of documents in recent years, some of these projects have been approved to be shown.

Topics: CATIA 3DCS Tolerance Analysis CATIA V6 QDM

3DCS Version 7.5 is Here! Find Out What's Inside

DCS Rolls Out the New Version of 3DCS Variation Analyst Software

3DCS Version 7.5 comes packed with new features, and a lot of improvements too

UPDATE: The link to download the WHAT's NEW pdf has been fixed! We apologize for the trouble.

The new version of 3DCS includes improvements and new features that both improve tolerance analysis, but also improve the speed at which the results are delivered. 

Topics: CATIA 3DCS Tolerance Analysis CATIA V6 Webinar Siemens NX 3DCS Creo PTC Creo

Back to Basics: How to Quickly Add Points, Moves and Tolerances to Your 3DCS CAD Model

How to Quickly Add Points, Moves and Tolerances to Your 3DCS CAD Model

This Back to Basics article covers a number of ways to quickly add Moves, Tolerances and Points to a 3DCS model

Anyone who has worked with CAD knows that the most time consuming task is preparing the model for analysis. This process is the 'necessary evil' in order to get the results you need to make decisions and validate your GD&T. This is, of course, needed in order to model assembly joints and constraints that mimic the real world. There are, of course, ways of speeding up the process. 

Topics: CATIA 3DCS Tolerance Analysis CATIA V6 Webinar Siemens NX 3DCS Creo PTC Creo

Dimensional Control Systems Partners with Parallel Works to Bring Cloud Computing to Tolerance Analysis

Dimensional Control Systems Partners with Parallel Works to Bring Cloud Computing to Tolerance Analysis

Dimensional Control Systems is now providing cloud computing powered by Parallel Works to dramatically speed up analysis times

Troy, MI, December 4, 2017 – Dimensional Control Systems has partnered with Parallel Works, to provide 3DCS Software users access to cloud computing. This new technology utilizes distributed computing solutions to run 3DCS analyses on scalable computing resources in the cloud, both freeing up users licenses and machines for continuing work as well as dramatically improving the speed of the analysis.

Topics: 3DCS Tolerance Analysis Press Release

Available Now! Run Your Models in the Cloud - Get Results Faster While Offloading Computations to the Cloud

3DCS Users Can Now Run Their Models in the Cloud to Increase Analysis Speed and Offload Work to Free Up Local Computers and Licenses

Dimensional Control Systems is now providing cloud computing powered by Parallel Works to dramatically speed up analysis times and release local licenses for continued use

 

Topics: CATIA 3DCS Tolerance Analysis Webinar Siemens NX 3DCS Creo PTC Creo Global Technology Conference