Exciting new technologies are changing the world of product design and streamlining business processes. LiveWorx brings you all the latest tech developments in one place. Here are some highlights of just a few of the sessions you'll find in the Product Design & Business Process educational track:
Class A Surfacing and Design at Newell Brands
Monday, June 18 | 12:30pm - 1:15pm
Class A surfacing has long been viewed as the domain of automotive, marine, or aerospace design. While true in the early history of engineering drafting and CAD applications, this level of surfacing quality has been making a huge impact on consumer goods of all disciplines. While many people see the technical requirements for achieving a true “Class A” surface, knowing how and when to utilize the tool is equally or of greater importance.Attend this session to learn how and why Class A surfacing was brought to Newell Brands and how it can improve your products.
From Buckets to Bins - Making Windchill "Classy"
Monday, June 18 | 1:30pm - 2:15pm
Of the 2 million objects currently in Intel’s Windchill database, more than 30% of the common objects are duplicates, unverified or non-standard. With an established Librarian team and PTC’s Windchill PartsLink module, Intel developed and deployed their first global Mechanical Common Parts Library to employ standards & improve efficiency.
Architecture Management the Whirlpool Way
Tuesday, June 19 | 3:15pm - 4:00pm
If Whirlpool’s PLM solution is the “industrial toolkit” enabling them to meet the needs of the enterprise by managing architecture complexity than Systems Engineering is the “heavy duty engine” putting supercharged power into their implementation. Learn how Whirlpool is approaching Architecture Management using PTC’s PLM solution and a Model-Based System Engineering approach.
Pro Tips Panel - Tips for the Advanced Creo User
Tuesday, June 19th | 1:15pm - 2:00pm
Join our trio of Creo experts from Kenworth Truck Company, Siemens Industry, and ReSound as they share some of the unique tips and tricks that are enabling their organizations to succeed. They will cover topics including: • Modeling, surfacing, and mirroring techniques • Designing in a multi-CAD environment • Building User Defined Features (UDF) to automate the design process. • Techniques to overcome common design problems • Simple training and adoption strategies for providing quality flexible and feature-rich user learning.
The Power of BOM Transformation: Design Anywhere, Build Anywhere
Wednesday, June 20th | 10:30am - 11:15am
Transforming an engineering bill of materials (eBOM) into a manufacturing bill of materials (mBOM) is a key component of the manufacturing process. Using MPMLink, Solar Turbines is able to automate the allocation of the mBOM parts to their process plan. Attend this session to hear about how Solar Turbines works continually to optimize, streamline, and improve their operations to provide a safe, quality product more quickly and cheaply.
These are just a handful of the dozens of sessions available in the Product Design & Business Process Track. Browse the Session Catalog to view all of them!