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Webinar - The Modeling Process - Methods and Tips on Preparing and Creating 3DCS Models with Guest Bordrin Automotive

Understanding the Modeling Process with Bordrin Automotive 

Bordrin and DCS are collaborating to demonstrate the modeling process, and most importantly, the steps before modeling that help ensure a successful project

DCS is proud to be presenting alongside Bordrin Automotive Senior Advanced Manufacturing Engineer Vince Radziecki Thursday, December 12th at 11 am EST via Gotowebinar -

Topics: CATIA 3DCS Tolerance Analysis CATIA V6 Webinar Siemens NX 3DCS Creo PTC Creo Press Release SOLIDWORKS GD&T

CENIT - Simulation-Driven Design for Mid-Sized Companies

SIMULATION-DRIVEN DESIGN FOR MID-SIZED COMPANIES

Read the complete article on the CENIT Blog at: http://www.cenit.com/en_EN/newsroom/article/news/simulation-driven-design-for-mid-sized-companies-796.html

Topics: CATIA 3DCS Tolerance Analysis CATIA V6 Siemens NX 3DCS Creo PTC Creo SOLIDWORKS GD&T

New FEA and Tolerance Analysis for Body in White BIW Whitepaper in Collaboration with Daimler AG and Bundeswehr University Munich

A MODELING APPROACH FOR ELASTIC TOLERANCE SIMULATION OF THE BODY IN WHITE HANG-ON PARTS

This paper proposes an approach to implement tolerance simulation for a compliant assembly, which includes manufacturing processes such as clinching, bolting and hemming by applying tolerance simulation tool.

Authors and Contributors:

Topics: CATIA 3DCS Tolerance Analysis FEA CATIA V6 Siemens NX 3DCS Creo PTC Creo Press Release SOLIDWORKS GD&T

5 Reasons You Need an SPC System

5 Reasons You Need an SPC System

 

SPC has traditionally been a tool of the large manufacturers, but with new technology, it is now available for smaller suppliers on the Cloud

 

SPC - Statistical Process Control - is not new. It has been used for decades to analyze parts and processes in manufacturing and make adjustments to reduce waste and defects. What is new are two things: the range of automation and software that supports SPC, and the ability to use it farther and farther down the supply chain. The tools are no longer massive systems that need hundreds of thousands of dollars and large teams to maintain, but Cloud based systems that can be set up quickly and used effectively, and affordably, by just a few users. 

This access to SPC promises cost savings at every level of the supply chain, and at many levels that have traditionally simply dealt with quality problems as a matter of doing business. 

With access to SPC available, why would you want to adopt an SPC system?

Here are five reasons why adopting an SPC system is a good idea: 

Topics: SPC Webinar QDM

Closed-loop Manufacturing at Jaguar Land Rover

Closed-loop manufacturing at Jaguar Land Rover

Originally published in Smart Industry Magazine - https://www.smartindustry.com/blog/smart-industry-connect/closed-loop-manufacturing-at-jaguar-land-rover/

Topics: CATIA 3DCS Tolerance Analysis SPC CATIA V6 Webinar QDM Siemens NX 3DCS Creo PTC Creo Global Technology Conference SOLIDWORKS GD&T

3 MBD Using Modern GD&T Courses for 2020 in Golden, Colorado

Action Engineering & Technical Consultants, Inc.

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MBD Using Modern GD&T Courses for 2020

GD&T and MBD experts guide registrants through the

Topics: CATIA Tolerance Analysis Siemens NX PTC Creo GD&T

A Manufacturer's Guide to Understanding SPC Software and Vendors

A Manufacturer's Guide to Understanding SPC Software and Vendors

Knowing which vendor to work with to implement SPC is a difficult choice

Larger enterprises are beginning to deploy Statistical Process Control (SPC) software solutions independent of their investments in Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES), Enterprise Quality Management Software (EQMS) and Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems.

Topics: SPC QDM

The Quality Show -- What Were Attendees Quality Issues Blocking SPC Adoption?

 

Attendees at The Quality Show Wanted to Adopt SPC But Often Had Concerns

Statistical Process Control and Quality Monitoring promise cost savings, product improvement, and other benefits, but often overlook the barriers to adoption

[For those wondering: What is Statistical Process Control, SPC?]

SPC sounds amazing, especially from the vendors that provide it (we're guilty too). It promises all kinds of benefits:

  1. Cost savings
  2. Time savings
  3. Rapid problem solving
  4. Powerful root cause analysis
  5. Clear communication with suppliers and organization
  6. Standardized reporting 
  7. Real-time quality monitoring
Topics: SPC Webinar QDM

DCS to Showcase Real-Time Plant Visibility at The Quality Show in Chicago

DCS to Showcase Real-Time Plant Visibility at The Quality Show in Chicago

Dimensional Controls System will be demonstrating Quality Intelligence; real-time visibility through the automated SPC system QDM in order to monitor production quality across your organization

Dimensional Control Systems (DCS) is exhibiting with booth#1936 at The Quality Show in Rosemont, Illinois, just outside Chicago at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center October 22nd to the 24th, 2019.

Topics: CATIA 3DCS CATIA V6 QDM Siemens NX 3DCS Creo PTC Creo Press Release

Tolerance Analysis with Chad Jackson of Lifecycle Insights | DCS

Lifecycle Insights Reviews DCS Software - 3DCS Variation Analyst and QDM SPC System

How can you make better design decisions up front? Chad Jackson reviews Dimensional Control Systems’ 3DCS tool on how it enables a closed loop from design to production.

OUR MISSION AT LIFECYCLE INSIGHTS

Our mission is to help executives realize value from tech-led initiatives without disruption.

We digitally publish research and thought leadership guidance, enabling better investment and deployment decisions.

https://www.lifecycleinsights.com/what-we-do/

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