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E3.redliner

Products that are assembled and tested away from the design location or at an end-users site often require modifications. Documenting this can be very time consuming, as all changes need to be re-drawn in the original files. By using E3.redliner, modifications made during assembly can be added as a graphical overlay to the original E3.series design or to a special viewer file.

Using E3.redliner, designed for the use at the construction site, all modifications can be added as a graphical overlay to the original E3.series design or to a special viewer file. The modification references are delivered to the development department via a red liner file. Special search functions make it easy to find the modifications in the original design, which the engineer then integrates into the main design file. This ensures consistency between the original documentation and the product installed in the field.

Datasheet: E3.series Viewer Family

E3.view, E3.viewPlus, E3.redliner
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  • Webinar
October 07, 2021
Smart Cabinet: Enabler Product Data - quickly found and efficiently used

This webinar will show you how digital product data can support you to develop and produce your control cabinet faster and in a more flexible and economical way.

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Live Webinar: Wednesday October 27th - 10am UK / 11am CET
  • Case Study
October 04, 2021
INORCOAT

The start-up company INORCOAT relies on Zuken’s E3.series for the development of environmentally friendly nanotechnology coating systems. INORCOAT’s first system was recently put into operation at the Portuguese National Bank for the coating of dies for euro coins.

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  • Webinar
August 19, 2021
Digital Data Integration between Phoenix Contact and Zuken

How Phoenix Contact component data can be sourced from the Component Cloud into E3.series AND how Phoenix Contact PROJECT Complete software can interface into E3.series to aid your control cabinet design process.

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  • Webinar
August 18, 2021
Managed Services: Running your Engineering IT Environment in the Cloud

As more organizations look to move their engineering IT to the cloud, we will present our essential guidelines and lessons learned to help you define your strategy to achieve your desired goals and plan for a sustainable migration.

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  • Webinar
August 18, 2021
Component Library Integration with ECAD-PORT and Zuken

Zuken partner ECAD-PORT presents services around the Component Cloud for E3.series, which are designed to make building and maintaining E3.series libraries easier and more economical.

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  • Webinar
August 16, 2021
E3.series News - Update and Roadmap 2021
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Recent E3.series Blog Posts

  • Blog
October 04, 2021
INORCOAT: Making environmentally friendly coating technology affordable

INORCOAT relies on E3.series for the development of environmentally friendly nanotechnology coating systems. The first system was recently put into operation at the Portuguese National Bank for the coating of dies for euro coins.

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  • Blog
September 13, 2021
What’s New in E3.series 2021, Part 2

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...

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  • Blog
September 01, 2021
What’s New in E3.series 2021, 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.

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  • Blog
April 22, 2021
Benefits of Connecting Functional Design to Detailed Design

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.

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  • Blog
March 23, 2021
Engineering Newcomer Challenge 2021

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.

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  • Blog
March 17, 2021
Smart Cabinet Building Initiative honored with Innovation Award by the trade magazine SCHALTSCHRANKBAU

The Smart Cabinet Building initiative launched by the partners Weidmüller, Komax, Zuken, and Armbruster Engineering has been awarded the INNOVATION AWARD 2021.

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