Installation and Maintenance
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. If this is carried out manually on a print-out it sometimes becomes illegible and might be incomplete.
By 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.
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Harness Builder 2020 for E3.series reduces time to manufacture and improves design accuracy with new features for auto-placement of labels, entering pre-defined cable lengths, cable tolerancing, and additional support for third-party testing and manufacturing equipment.
This webinar will introduce the new functionality in E3.series 2020 and summarize some of the more important existing functions in this industry-leading design solution.
In this webinar, we will introduce all the new functionality for 2020 Harness Builder for E3.series and summarize some of the more important existing functions in the tool.
Paperless engineering improves accuracy, traceability, and schedule. Communication gaps riddle engineering companies, and E3.series tools E3.WiringChecks and E3.WiringCockpit is here to facilitate communication between design, checking, commissioning, technicians, and all parties involved after the initial design. Engineering design is only as good as the downstream stakeholders who check, build, and verify it, and these tools ensure everyone’s input is implemented accurately and completely.
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This webinar will cover optimizing wire harness designs to meet targeted weight and cost objectives which is a complex and challenging task. One of the most time-consuming aspects is the consolidation of different data sources into one consistent representation.