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  • Webinar
December 03, 2018
Detect Wire and Component Tolerance Violations

Design errors due to tolerance violations often lead to the expensive recall of vehicles and equipment. Detection and correction of these errors early in the design chain can eliminate downstream headaches.

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  • Webinar
December 03, 2018
Process Optimization in Electrical Engineering: Plant and Machinery Industry

Building on the webinar “Electrical and Fluid Engineering in the Internet of Things Era,” this webinar examines the specific requirements of the plant and machinery sector and shows examples of best practices.

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  • Webinar
December 03, 2018
Electrical and Fluid Engineering in the Internet of Things Era

With the growing number of digitally connected products and manufacturing processes in the wake of the Internet of Things, electro-mechanical engineering is becoming a key differentiator in the development of industrial machinery. This webinar examines the changing role of electrical and fluid engineering in product development

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  • Webinar
December 03, 2018
Avoid electrical panel design errors

When selecting panel components, it’s often impossible to tell if they are correct until the manufacturing process begins. With a direct connection between the circuit diagram and panel layout such errors are recognized much earlier and thereby avoided.

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  • Webinar
November 29, 2018
Wire Harness Design Automation Basics 2

This webinar follows our first webinar “Wire Harness Design Automation Basics I” where we have seen the logical part of the design process. Now we will look at the physical part of the wire harness design process.

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  • Webinar
November 29, 2018
Wire Harness Design Automation Basics I

This webinar covers the logical part of the wire harness design process consisting of creating the wiring diagram and the topology design.

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  • Webinar
November 28, 2018
Avoiding Poor FPGA I/O Assignments with a PCB Co-design Process

The webinar will explore various points in the design flow where co-design of the FPGA or other programmable devices and board layout can take place

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  • Webinar
November 28, 2018
Design PCBs using an engineering knowledge base

Repeating the same mistakes, missing key requirements, and failure to follow design guidelines all cost time and money. An engineering knowledge base that is tightly integrated with the PCB design process can be a key differentiator for your design team.

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  • Webinar
November 28, 2018
Electro-Magnetic Compatibility (EMC) Design Basics
Webinar, Design Force
  • Webinar
November 28, 2018
I/O Optimization with 3D SoC, SiP, and PCB co-design
Webinar, Chip-Package-Board Co-Design, Design Force, Design Force Advanced Packaging
  • Case Study
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.
November 21, 2018
Malvern Instruments
Malvern Instruments
Malvern Instruments used CADSTAR Board Modeler Lite to enhance data collaboration between ECAD and MCAD, and improve manufacturing data.
  • 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