Benjamin Reese, on Oct 4, 2018 2:48:50 PM
Benjamin Reese, on Sep 20, 2018 10:12:56 AM
The DCS Training Lab, created in partnership with HANALL Technology, offers you the ability to supplement your 3DCS modeling at your own pace. The Lab is split into three primary sections, designed to teach basic and advanced skills, and offering guided walkthroughs for building models.
Benjamin Reese, on Sep 11, 2018 1:19:42 PM
DCS Vice President of Sales, Donald Jasurda, works with Chris Peuterbaugh, DCS Project Coordinator, to demonstrate integrated tolerance analysis and its connection to QDM SPC Software.
Benjamin Reese, on Sep 6, 2018 11:52:35 AM
Dimensional Control Systems (DCS), a quality software solutions provider, will be showcasing successes in Closed Loop Manufacturing at the 2018 International Manufacturing Technology Show (IMTS) in Chicago Illinois, September10-15, 2018. The event will be held at the McCormick Place in downtown Chicago, along with eight other co-located events bringing together over one hundred thousand manufacturing and quality professionals from across the world.
Benjamin Reese, on Aug 28, 2018 10:09:54 AM
The development teams at DCS are constantly at work coding new enhancements and features for DCS Software. QDM Analyst, the template and report creator from the QDM SPC System, has been updated with new enhancements and features based on user feedback.
Benjamin Reese, on Jul 25, 2018 12:18:47 PM
Benjamin Reese, on May 10, 2018 11:37:25 AM
Automotive and aerospace manufacturers are leading the way with the application of digital GD&T technology. Applying digital GD&T to frame rails, aircraft skins, fuselages and body in white assemblies, these manufacturers are able accurately simulate part and process variation and then take steps to control and reduce its impact on the final build.
Analyzing variation is faster and easier with access to CAD embedded GD&T
This is the general application of GD&T in a digital environment, but what are the reasons to promote using digital GD&T in the first place?
Benjamin Reese, on Apr 5, 2018 11:49:46 AM
Monte Carlo Analysis, using Monte Carlo simulation with tolerance variables and assembly processes, provides a lot of powerful outputs. Determining percent out of specification, critical features to quality, contributing parts and tolerances to out-of-spec scenarios, and more. These outputs can be used to reduce non-conformance in production, and thereby reduce scrap, rework and overall manufacturing costs.
As anyone who has worked in the simulation environment knows, that's the goal. However, getting there isn't always easy. Most teams responsible for creating simulations then provide that data to managers, quality professionals, plant managers, designers and other teams that have to use that data to make changes and decisions.
Benjamin Reese, on Mar 14, 2018 1:28:14 PM
In the next part of the Version 7.5 series, learn how to utilize your 3DCS model to accomplish a number of tasks and downstream applications such as: