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  • Case Study
June 30, 2020
ONTEC

ONTEC faced a difficult challenge: develop a multimedia broadcasting product while complying with a customer’s electromagnetic interference requirements, all within a tight development schedule. ONTEC used Zuken’s CR-8000 with Keysight’s ADS (including SiPro) to meet the requirements of the challenge

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ONTEC uses CR-8000 to develop a next-generation product in less time despite rigorous design constraints
  • Case Study
March 13, 2020
Hydro-Québec

Hydro-Québec simplified design process for power distribution network substations by implementing Zuken’s E3.series

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Improves Power Distribution Substation Design Productivity by 100%
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November 22, 2019
Testimonials - CR-8000

A collection of testimonials from satisfied CR-8000 customers

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A collection of testimonials from satisfied CR-8000 customers
  • Case Study
November 22, 2019
Testimonials - E3.series

A collection of testimonials from satisfied E3.series customers

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A collection of testimonials from satisfied E3.series customers
  • Case Study
November 07, 2019
Electroflight

As part of the Accelerating the Electrification of Flight (ACCEL) research initiative, Electroflight is aiming to set a new world speed record of more than 300mph for an all-electric aircraft, involving the creation of one of the most power dense flying battery packs in the world.

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To support an ambitious technology roadmap, Electroflight selected Zuken’s E3.series to create electrical and fluid schematics for the ACCEL speed r...
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November 05, 2019
dB Broadcast
Case Study, db Broadcast
A veteran user of Zuken’s desktop PCB design software, CADSTAR, dB Broadcast’s products division has been trusting CADSTAR to support product deve...
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February 15, 2019
Olivetti
Case Study, Olivetti
introduces complex, IoT-enabled products with confidence by switching to CADSTAR
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November 22, 2018
Weidmüller

The Weidmüller Configurator (WMC) developed in a three-year collaboration with Zuken, alongside the Klippon Connect® series of terminal blocks. can streamline the process of selecting, planning and ordering terminal rail components enhancing the efficiency in the engineering process by up to 75%.

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Upto 75% reduction in cabinet engineering.
  • Case Study
November 22, 2018
Kässbohrer Transport Technik

The Austrian manufacturer of vehicle Transporters, Kässbohrer Transport Technik, achieved a substantial improvement in process reliability in the generation of individualized assembly instructions and schematic documentation by implementing E3.series. Turnaround cycles for special projects were reduced by 60 to 90%.

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achieves 60-90% reduction in electrical documentation turnaround for customer specific vehicle configurations
  • Case Study
November 22, 2018
Kellenberger

Kellenberger develops and produces numerically-controlled precision grinding machines and systems for sectors such as automotive, medical devices and industrial machinery. The Swiss-based manufacturer recently introduced Zuken’s E3.series to automate the generation of schematics for customer-specific machine configurations, cutting the time taken by more than 90%.

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~90% time saving to generate customer-specific schematics by implementing options and variants in E³.series.
  • Case Study
November 22, 2018
Bruker

To improve the quality of its electrical documents such as wiring diagrams, and to raise its design efficiency, Bruker AXS GmbH Karlsruhe implemented Zuken’s E3.series at all stages. The manufacturer of X-ray analysis systems uses E3.series from concept and production to service.

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raises documentation quality and design flow efficiency for precision instrumentation with E3.series.
  • Case Study
November 21, 2018
Stone Aerospace

Stone Aerospace faced the pressure of a tight schedule in designing a one-of-a-kind underwater autonomous vehicle (AUV). The time needed to design the wiring harness for the AUV was reduced by around 12 weeks and $20,000 was saved by using E3.series to automate many aspects of the design process, while integrating the logical and physical design on a single platform.

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Reduce cabling design time by 12 weeks through using E3.series
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November 21, 2018
Emergency One

Specialist fire rescue and emergency vehicle manufacturer, Emergency One UK Ltd, uses E3.series software for its electrical harness design. This has enabled the company to produce wire harnesses to standardize the design and manufacturing process reaping, cost savings and reliability benefits, while also delivering flexibility through modular based customization.

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controls wire harness design complexity and slashes delivery lead times by using a digital design process.
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November 21, 2018
ATK

ATK was tasked by NASA with designing the wiring harnesses for the booster rockets powering the replacement for the Space Shuttle while employing a team that is significantly smaller than that used on the now-cancelled Ares I project. ATK accomplished its mission by using E3.series to substantially increase productivity, while eliminating the need for a physical mock-up and costly test lab.

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increases cable design productivity for space shuttle booster replacement by moving to a digital design process.
  • Case Study
November 21, 2018
ARM Automation

ARM Automation designs, builds and supports custom automated manufacturing systems for a wide range of industries. The electrical design of these systems can be complex, running up to several hundred drawing sheets. Using E3.series intelligent schematics to drive the electrical design process, the company has reduced their development time by two-thirds.

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achieves two-thirds electrical design time reduction and increases project ROI.
  • Case Study
November 21, 2018
Alstom is adopting new modular methodology for electrical design

After acquiring various companies around the globe in the 1990s, Alstom needed to integrate new elements into its international corporate structure in order to improve productivity and planning. This also meant creating a standardized software landscape that would cover all divisions of the group.

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Alsthom improves productivity and planning by adopting a modular methodology for electrical design.