If you enjoyed our first “Introduction to Solid Edge” webinar, you will love the second! Solid Edge is a 3D computer-aided design (CAD) program created by Siemens Digital Industries Software. Running on Microsoft Windows, Solid Edge incorporates solid modeling, assembly modeling, and 2D orthographic view functionality for mechanical designers.
The possibilities with this solution are limitless! Moreover, Solid Edge can be linked-to Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) technologies such as Teamcenter.
It is all about mitigating risks!
In the world of design and manufacturing, three things determine one’s success over the competition: product quality, cost, and time-to-market. Most manufacturers continuously struggle to increase product quality while decreasing cost and development time. However, achieving both of these goals is essential to stay competitive.
With the ever-increasing demand for lean manufacturing and lower overall costs, engineering time-waste is one of the most important areas to address. Not only does this factor into the length of a project from start to finish, but time-waste increases the number of man-hours needed. Whether this means overtime, time away from other projects, or unnecessary staffing requirements, time-waste is affecting your production process.
By implementing solutions for Variation Analysis, your team could reduce engineering changes by up to 30%.
Learn more in our upcoming webinar:
July 23, 2020
You manage a single plant, or multiple plants worldwide. You think you are making parts that meet part print tolerances, but how do you really know? If parts are out of specification, how much are they our of spec and does anyone know about it?
Most facilities have multiple measurement systems and quality results are stored in multiple locations. Would it be beneficial to you and your company to have access to all of this information? Imagine being able to see how well the parts made in the last 24 hours from your plant located in Asia are compared to the parts made in the European plant or the North American plant.