Keynote Speaker Bob Deragisch to Deliver Insights into 3D Interoperability and Use in Major Manufacturing Operations in Manhattan Beach, CA, on May 12th 2010.
San Francisco, CA.— Lattice Technology® Inc., the standard for digital mock up and technical documentation software in the manufacturing enterprise, Elysium Inc., the world's leading developer of interoperability solutions for digital design and PLM markets, and Kubotek USA, a leader in geometry-based engineering software, today announced the next seminar in its series across the USA to help manufacturers improve productivity, efficiency and quality by using 3D data throughout the enterprise.
The free seminar will be held at the Manhattan Beach Marriot, CA. on May 12, 2010, and will discuss how to effectively manage 3D data through the design-to-manufacture process, delivering compelling payoffs to manufacturers in aerospace and defense manufacturing chains.
The event will feature keynote speaker Bob Deragisch, Manager, Enterprise Systems, Group IT Manager and Engineering Services Manager at Parker Aerospace. Bob will be discussing 3D CAD data translation and quality challenges that Parker Aerospace has faced, and the resolutions in place to improve ROI at this major aerospace sub-system supplier.
Lattice Technology Inc., Elysium Inc., and Kubotek USA each deliver key parts of a workflow which makes 3D data usable across the entire enterprise, including the exchange of data, verification of received data, and the ability to update data and then seamlessly manage engineering changes. Integration into design-to-manufacture channels allows 3D data to be used downstream, including process design, simulation and comprehensive documentation
Attendees to this seminar will gain valuable insight to the issues they face every day:
* Understanding where inefficiencies are occurring in your manufacturing operation and how to address them using 3D data
* Relieving bottlenecks in 3D data sharing, editing and reuse regardless of its source
* Improving 3D product design quality and product time-to-market
* Managing engineering changes faster and more efficiently
* Streamlining the flow of relevant, timely information to other departments and suppliers
* Eliminating errors, delays and scrap on the shop floor
* Building seamlessly and affordably on existing 3D CAD seats, ERP and PLM installations
The seminar is scheduled at 8.00 am – 12.00 pm, Wednesday May 12, 2010 at the Manhattan Beach Marriott, 1400 Parkview Avenue, Manhattan Beach, California 90266. Continental breakfast will be provided. Find out more, and register for the event.
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