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Happy New Year! What's in Store for 2017

by Benjamin Reese, on Jan 5, 2017 10:49:16 AM

2017 Promises to Be a Big Year for DCS and Its Customers

2017 brings with it new products from DCS, a new version of 3DCS packed with updates, the DCS User Conference and more

There is a lot planned for 2017. In the next few months, DCS will be releasing a brand new product, as well as the much anticipated release of 3DCS Version 7.4. What's more, this May, the DCS 2017 User Conference will be held at the GM Rennaissance Center in downtown Detroit.  Scroll down to see all the big events and releases planned for 2017.

It is going to be a big year. 


DCS to Release 3DCS Version 7.4

DCS is working on the next version of its flagship product, 3DCS Variation Analyst Version 7.4. This new version promises to bring with it a host of updates, including some rather big ones. Shared across all platforms, CATIA, Multi-CAD, NX, the 7.4 update includes a user interface refresh, incredible new callouts to make it easier to understand and see your model's moves, tolerances and measure as well as a new format for automated reporting. DCS has also looked under the hood and added some new features, while revamping some older ones. 

To learn all the details, keep an eye on the DCS blog and sign up for the Version 7.4 webinar series starting this month!

Learn more about the 3DCS Version 7.4 Webinar Series


New Product Release - 3DCS for Creo, fully integrated into PTC Creo Parametric

DCS is releasing a brand new product. Those who have been watching and waiting will be excited to see the official announcement next week! Keep your eyes on this blog and the DCS newsletter to see it first! Being released as part of the 3DCS Version 7.4 rollout, this new product will be showcased at the webinar on January 26th, so make sure to sign up! (link to the recorded session). 


New DCS Website 

DCS is redeveloping its website to make it easier to find what you're looking for, and to provide more indepth information about the products and services you're interested in. Expected in the first quarter of 2017, the new website will make navigating, downloading and researching DCS solutions faster and easier. 



QDM Cloud Development

QDM is looking at the Cloud. With development underway, this new advancement in QDM could open the doors to small and medium sized businesses to take advantage of QDM's powerful SPC and monitoring tools to monitor, alert and report on manufacturing quality. 


2017 Global Technology Conference - the DCS User Conference

It has been five years since the last North American DCS User Conference. This year's event will be held at the GM Rennaissance Center in downtown Detroit at the heart of the Motor City. Join professionals from across the world to learn how they are reducing their manufacturing costs with DCS software, and take advantage of the included training classes to learn new skills or hone existing ones. DCS technical experts will be onsite for hands on learning and to answer any questions you might have. 

Click here to learn more about this highly anticipated event





Engineering Talk - DCS's Blog on Quality and Engineering

Engineering Talk's focus is on discussing topics in dimensional and manufacturing quality to help inform professionals about current trends and technologies that are quickly becoming adopted in industry to combat common causes of manufacturing costs - scrap, rework. In addition, you'll find details about all of DCS's activities from webinars, events, articles, and software releases. 

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