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Bridge the gap between mechanical, electrical and electronic engineering

With the growing complexity of modern products and machines, it is imperative that all engineering disciplines communicate and coordinate activities early on in the engineering process. Our end-to-end solutions manage libararies, design data and configurations to bridge the traditional gaps between mechanical, electrical and electronic engineering disciplines.

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One-stop library and design data

Direct integration of libary and data management functionality into electrical and fluid authoring tools. Role based access to validated data and configurations.

Library, materials and design data management

Ensure the adoption of current, validated libraries, design data and BOM information in complex electro-mechanical projects.

Electromechanical BOM

Cross-disciplinary engineering process support through object-oriented integration into PLM and ERP systems.

Our satisfied customers

E3.series is much more than a single tool for us. Everything we do relies on us having accurate, live data – and that’s what E3.series feeds into virtually all of our processes

Martin PricePurchasing and IT Director, BCA Leisure

Receiving version-proof data from our electrical design team forms the basis of our optimized manufacturing process. Stadler has therefore decided to use DS-E3 for managing its electrical engineering work-in-progress data.

Christoph LeitererHead of Electrical and Software Engineering Tailormade, Stadler Rail 

As the demand for our highly disruptive eye diagnostic and measurement products accelerate, scalability is a priority. A key driver in selecting Zuken's E3.series was the ability to add integrated electronic design and data management solutions as we grow. We compared other systems in the market and found Zuken gave us the flexibility and scalability we were looking for.

Dr. Omkar JoshiSenior Electronic Engineer, Eyoto

Whenever we start a new documentation project now, we simply load the components into the projects, create the connections and generate the BOM – that’s it!

Horst FößlHead of Engineering, Kässbohrer Transport Technik

Today, we are in a position to produce detailed cable harness drawings and bill of materials that the supplier can directly use for harness manufacturing.

Michael BlumeHead of Technical Applications, IT Department at KRONE

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MBSE for Wire Harness Design

This webinar will discuss the challenges and best practices of creating a MBSE model for the purpose of wire harness and Electronic Control Units (ECU’s) implementation.

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How to Digitize Electrical Cabinet Design and Manufacturing

Opening new opportunities through digitization in control cabinet manufacturing with customized, integrated solutions,The SMART CABINET BUILDING initiative brings together Weidmüller, Komax, Zuken, and Armbruster Engineering - This webinar will show you a complete user journey.

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LIVE Webinar - Wednesday, Sept 30, 2020 -10:00-10:45 AM UK (English language version)
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September 14, 2020
Project Management made easy - DS-E3 Starter Package

Who doesn’t recognise this? Many versions, many intermediate results, many copies, who has the latest version? Where is it stored? Who is currently working on it? Which settings, structure and database is the right one? We want to answer all these questions in this presentation.

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September 14, 2020
EMC for PCB Designers

In this presentation, an EMC minded PCB design approach is presented, allowing designers to understand which EMC rules will apply to PCB projects and how EMC analysis capabilities can be utilized in the CAD flow to reduce the risk of EMC compliance failure once the board is manufactured.

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September 07, 2020
Process Chain to MCAD by E3.3DTransformer

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.

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