Process Chain to MCAD by E3.3DTransformer
On-demand webinar: ECAD MCAD Collaboration
In order to implement a consistent product development process, electrical designers have to collaborate closely with mechanical engineers. The electrical design defines the connectivity, the mechanical design the geometry of a machine, or vehicle. In many cases, the mechanical model, therefore, determines the placement and wiring of the electrical design. It is created with MCAD systems such as CATIA/SolidWorks from Dassault Systemes, Siemens NX, PTC Creo, or Inventor.
This webinar explains the interconnection of electrical and mechanical designs. E3.3DTransformer is a versatile tool for all existing CAD systems and offers an easy-to-use UI with quick setup time along with a light-weight and user-friendly application for transforming 3D MCAD data into a comprehensive E/E topology model.
A complete 3D visualization as well as powerful verification and correction functions ensure the consistency of electrical and mechanical design. They contribute significantly to the realization of a continuous process chain.
What you will learn:
- How to implement an effective ECAD MCAD collaboration for a smooth design flow from start to finish
- Connections from ECAD to different standard MCAD systems
Who should attend:
- Technical and electrical design engineers
- Engineering managers
- Academic Researchers
Presenter: Reinhold Blank, Business Director Automotive and Transportation at Zuken