The third and last part of the three part 3DCS Essentials Series, this webinar focuses on what users can do with a model after it has been completed. This includes using Excel and the Process Capability Database to update the model, as well as creating reports and inspection plans from the model results, and different ways to display and present the model.
This event will cover 5 different tools to use with your model:
1. Excel Import/Export – Add or modify points, moves, tolerances and measures by quickly exporting and importing Excel files.
2. Process Capability Database – Use a database of tolerances tied to known processes to link your models tolerances. By updating the database, you can quickly update all linked tolerances, making it easy to modify large models.
3. Color Mapping - Change colors to highlight and display key model features.
4. Reporting – Create different kinds of reports to share your findings and results with managers and team members.
5. Inspection Plans – Create inspection plans from the CAD model to correlate your measurement data with your design and simulation data.
Presented by Jason Brehmer, DCS Modeling Specialist, and Brenda Quinlan, DCS Senior Variation Analyst, this webinar will showcase these helpful tips using all versions of 3DCS: Multi-CAD, CATIA and UG NX.
The event is free, so register early to secure your spot for this great event.
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Location: DCS Headquarters, 5750 New King Dr, Ste 330
Time: Tuesday through Thursday, 8 am EST to 4 pm EST, with additional training available Friday
Details: If you require overnight accommodations, the Candlewood Suites in Troy, MI, which are just down the street from the DCS Office. You can setup overnight accommodations by Clicking Here
Special half day training available on Friday, "Introduction 3DCS Advanced Analyzer and Optimizer (3DCS AAO)"
Sign Up for Class: Coming Soon
Cost: $1500 per attendee
This class is the perfect opportunity to get started with 3DCS or freshen up your skills. As an introductory class, it will cover the basics of creating and modeling in 3DCS, starting from the beginning and walking through a variety of helpful skills such as applying moves, tolerances and measures to a model.
As the attendees for each class vary, the speed and information of the class may vary. The instructor is available to answer special cases and questions, and sets the pace according to the learning curve of the attendees.