DCS will be at NAFEMS presenting "How Electric Vehicle Power Units are Transformed with Upfront Digital Technology". Tom Oetjens, Senior Dimensional Analyst, will be presenting on June 23rd in Indianapolis.
Part 2 of the 3DCS Version 7.9 Series showcases the rest of the major updates. Registering for part 2 gives instant access to part 1 On-Demand.
Webinar: 3DCS Version 7.9 Webinar Part 2
Register to receive Part 1 On-Demand
Date: June 23rd (Part 2)
Time: 11 am EST
3DCS Version 7.9 brings a whole slew of new updates and features. Register to join and get instant access to Part 1 On-Demand. You'll also receive the recordings in your inbox right (along with some great help documents) after to archive for later use. You'll want to keep these useful How-To webinars on file in order to take full advantage of all of the new features 3DCS Version 7.9 brings!
Here is a shortlist of just some of the new features you will see:
Simulation provides examples of possible outcomes in production, allowing users to determine their risk of failure. However, the ability to use measured data from manufacturing turns simulation from a predictive tool into a powerful root cause analysis and validation tool.
In this webinar, learn how to automate the use of measurement data in 3DCS Variation Analyst to run tests, simulations, analyses, and root-cause analyses on your manufacturing quality. Utilize your CAD points with your CMM to easily correlate the data and unlock the power of 3DCS software for your as-built products.
Learn how to quickly create Measurement Roadmaps from 3DCS - coordinate points for your CMM based on your 3DCS and CAD points to correlate inspection
See how to automate the use of Measurement Data in 3DCS through easy to use push-buttons
Find out the power of 3DCS when using as-built data to solve manufacturing issues and validate builds.
See how to set up the shop floor to utilize analysis in real-time without the need for CAD access
Thursday 23rd - 11:45 AM in E7 Integration of Physical Test with Analysis & SimulationTrack
The performance of an Electric Vehicle Power Unit is directly connected with critical tolerances. Tolerances drive opportunities for performance enhancement with cost reduction. The upfront method illustrated uses digital technology to create a parametric family of designs with statistical tolerances as the parameter. Once an adjustable statistical tolerance has been established, the tolerances can be split into the individual components.
For the example design, the bearing represents the combination of the gear grade, bearing specifications, and the housing specifications. Dividing the tolerance up using statistical cost analysis can balance the design tolerances at the lowest cost. Gear micro geometry in the form of gear crowning, and gear backlash or tooth clearance is another example of the method. By adjusting the tolerance as a parameter provides the geometric information to ensure the gear system backlash and flank patterns meet the requirements specifications.
Using this form of statistical morphing, this digital model can simulate the measurements of the final manufactured drive system as well as each component for an excellent concept design or physical “mule” drivable concept vehicle.
NAFEMS Americas will be hosting its biennial regional conference, formerly known as CAASE, on June 21-23, 2022, face-to-face, at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis, Indiana!
The NAFEMS Americas Regional Conference 2022 (NRC22 Americas) will bring together the leading visionaries, developers, and practitioners of CAE-related technologies in an open forum, unlike any other, to share experiences, discuss relevant trends, discover common themes, and explore future issues, including:
What is the future for engineering analysis and simulation?
Where will it lead us in the next decade?
How can designers and engineers realize its full potential?
What are the business, technological, and human enablers that will take past successful developments to new levels in the next ten years?
This conference will cover a wide range of topics, addressing every aspect of engineering analysis and simulation during a 2.5-day program. The four key themes this conference will address:
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