Electrical / Fluid Design
We have reflected on the year, remembered the small things and the big things, but above all the good moments of the year. From these, we have compiled a list of highlights from the blog year 2021. The list includes attending a live event, a guide to target impedance, and a free tool for E3.series.
This two-part post explores the top features of E3.series 2021. The new release’s fundamental goal is to create an ecosystem to foster multi-disciplinary cooperation and enable a digital engineering workflow. I’ll pick up where I left off in Part 1...
E3.series 2021 adds automated processes and tools to improve the overall design efficiency in all areas from harness to systems to cabinet design.
Learn how to create a customised E3.series report in a few simple steps using the E3.ReportGenerator - a new and free tool!
E3.topology builds an intelligent connection between functional design and detailed design to create a transformative design process. Learn more about the benefits of connecting functional and detailed design in one package.
Zuken is sponsoring the Engineering Newcomer Challenge - a design challenge where future engineers can submit their designs to win prizes. We offer all participants who would like to join the competition with an electrical design the possibility to use free student licenses of our ECAD system E3.series.
The Smart Cabinet Building initiative launched by the partners Weidmüller, Komax, Zuken, and Armbruster Engineering has been awarded the INNOVATION AWARD 2021.
Today's day-to-day business in data management can sometimes be a real challenge. Who has the latest version? Where is it stored? Who is currently working on it? Manual versioning on a file system is not only difficult to handle but also highly error prone. However, with the DS-E3 Starter Package, some pitfalls can be eliminated.
In the light of recent digitisation initiatives, circuit documentation has also come up for discussion. Specifically, the question arose as to whether or not a separation between circuit definition and visualization would make sense. In other words: wouldn't it be a great idea to store electrical data as a digital model, and to display it in a way that is suitable for each target group?
Assembling a wire harness is a complex process. Zuken, in concert with our customers and partners, is tirelessly working to simplify the harness manufacturing process. As a matter of fact, the common theme in most customer requirements is to reduce the gap between quoting and delivering the project. Seeing that, Zuken’s primary goal with Harness Builder for E3.series is to empower harness manufacturers to achieve their goals.
An immature design or manufacturing process leads to excess complexity. Smart manufacturing options driven by intelligent design solutions provide a repeatable and efficient path to simplify manufacturing processes.
The best and the most exciting part of what’s new in E3.series 2020 is hands-down the sheer breadth of topics. E3.series 2020 is the best release yet!
The E3.series 2020 release is full of exciting new features and improvements. Notably, more than 25 major enhancements covering a wide variety of topics make this the best release yet! The new features in E3.series 2020 cover a wide range of topics.
We are closer than ever to a perfect design-to-manufacturing solution for simple and complex harnesses alike. In fact, the Harness Builder 2020 for E3.series release has more than 15 significant enhancements.
Communication between disciplines is increasingly critical as complex designs require more and more collaboration. Communication gaps often riddle engineering companies. E3.WiringChecks and E3.WiringCockpit is here to facilitate communication between design, checking, commissioning, technicians, and all parties involved after the initial design.
The 2020 release of Harness Builder for E3.series is more than exciting, it is outright amazing. There are more than 15 major updates all across the toolset. New features include automation, reporting, and documentation options. Furthermore, the new downstream manufacturing, testing, and visualization connections are groundbreaking. I will cover our favorite 2020 updates in this two-part blog series.