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Our final takeaway is a theme that emerged early in the event: the training gap.
In the Q&A after one of the Day One presentations, an attendee asked “how are we going to be able to implement model-based enterprise when our people need to be re-skilled, new hires are lacking key skills and there aren’t nearly enough qualified people to do the teaching?
In the drawing-based workflows that have predominated for years, designers were not expected to devote much attention to inspection. That ch
anges in the model-based enterprise. Designers are involved with marking up GD&T on CAD.
Dont miss this opportunity to hear Murray Desnoyer, CEO, Origin International, speak about "CheckMate" which is now in the manufacturing arena taking the model GD&T digital data through a full CMM analysis and inspection report.
Date: Tuesday May 23, 2017
Time: 4:30pm Registration, Networking
Place: Purdue Technology Park.
5225 Exploration Dr.. Indianapolis, IN 26241Read More
|Visit Origin International along with DASI Solutions for a free evening of food, fun, networking and SOLIDWORKS!
WHEN: Thursday, March 23, 5:30 - 8:30 PM
WHERE: Hyatt Place, 111 W. Washington Center Rd., Fort Wayne, IN 46825
Not a SOLIDWORKS user? Not a problem! This event will provide design inspiration and great networking opportunities, bringing together the best in engineering and manufacturing, regardless of what CAD software they use!
SWW2017 is now in the rear view mirror. It was a great experience for all who attended providing an excellent opportunity to learn all about SOLIDWORKS® and what's new from Origin.Read More
Understanding DimXpert Colors : If you are using SOLIDWORKS MBD and using DimXpert tools to add on your dimensions or GD&T on physical part files, then watch Charn as he goes over the color schemes and what will appear on the part file. Watch this tip presented by Charn Jivaphaiboonskdi of GoEngineer.Read More
Oboe Wu from SOLIDWORKS takes a look at actual MBD implementations and the strategies some companies followed.Read More
Oboe Wu from SOLIDWORKS discusses setting up for MBD so that you can make the best use of it. Included is installation, licensing (floating), command ribbon bar, shortcut toolbar etc. You definitely want to give this a read through as he has good visuals to explore. Read more.Read More