Would you like your line foreman to receive automated texts if a part is getting close to falling out of specifications? Who should be notified if it is not fixed within 24 hours? Watch Curtis DeSaele, Director of Technology at Geometric Solutions, demonstrate this and more during this expert-led live webinar:
• See how well your plant is doing, without calling somebody in quality
• Automate enterprise-wide quality data reporting
• Perform statistical, root-cause quality data analysis
• Automatically notify team members before parts go out of spec
Did we mention the best part? DPV can be used from any remote work location to allow teams to collaborate and perform non-conformance root-cause analysis.
Quarantine day 50… time to un-stall the layout design project for your next production line. Can this be done from home? Watch Curtis DeSaele, Director of Technology at Geometric Solutions, demonstrate this and more during this expert-led live webinar:
• Quickly design and visualize layouts of production lines
• Use drag & drop tools include standard components into your line
• Leverage Point Cloud Scan Data for the retrofit of existing plants
• Color-coded visualization of your manufacturing equipment, including component type, design changes, suppliers, investment cost and build dates
What does PMI stand for? Product & Manufacturing Information (PMI). This webinar is full of essential acronyms like PMI, ROI, NX, and more! Watch Dan Turk, Certified NX Professional Elite 100 User and Solid Edge Expert, explain:
• What is PMI?
• Why is there a debate to use it or not use it?
• Why should you use it?
• How do PMI and NX work together?
• How can PMI be implemented at your company?
While the manufacturing industry is flooded with compressed timelines, increased quality, lower costs, streamlined productivity, and high demand for innovation, manufacturing engineers are primarily concerned with the validation process, cost overruns, meeting production targets, launch delays, and enhanced flexibility. With ever-increasing industry drivers, manufacturers are constantly attempting to mitigate risk. Cost overruns and missed deadlines are project killers. However, there is a way to perform manufacturing planning activities earlier when the ability to change and the cost of change are more forgiving.