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Benjamin Reese, on Jan 9, 2020 1:48:01 PM
2020 is promising to be a very busy year here at DCS. Besides the 12 webinars being scheduled in our new MBD Through PLM series, DCS is proud to be announcing the official release of 3DCS for SOLIDWORKS, a welcome addition to the CAD integrated set of 3DCS software products, as well as some surprise releases alongside the new Version 7.7 of 3DCS. Speaking of, the new version of 3DCS is packed with new features, so many in fact that it'll take FOUR webinars to show them all to you!
Benjamin Reese, on Dec 18, 2019 1:31:42 PM
Thank you for an incredible year! It is you, our clients, that keep DCS running, and your feedback that drives our webinars and articles. With over 600 registrants to the 2019 webinar series, we're excited see so much interest in 3DCS features and applications.
Benjamin Reese, on Dec 6, 2019 1:04:09 PM
DCS is proud to be presenting alongside Bordrin New Energy Vehicle Company Senior Advanced Manufacturing Engineer Vince Radziecki Thursday, December 12th at 11 am EST via Gotowebinar -
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: