Implementing a Drawingless MBE in the Medical Device Industry
The medical device industry is constantly rolling our new standards for Model-Based Enterprise (MBE), which is a drawingless system that uses a model throughout the workflow. Are you curious about how to effectively implement MBE practices at your organization?
With new standards rolling out to suppliers and manufacturers such as MIL-STD 31000B, ASME Y14.41 and ISO 16792, and the development of open CAD data exchange standards capable of adequately representing product manufacturing information (PMI), it can be tricky to understand how to leverage this into your own organization.
Join us on Thursday, April 22nd at 10:00am EST for our webinar as TriMech Elite Application Engineers, John Hall and Paul Ludwick show you how you can change digital workflows by bring together SOLIDWORKS MBD, CAM, Inspection and Composer. They will highlight how you can transition from a paper-based operations floor to creating seamless digital content and using model-based definition to get a project done. This is your opportunity to see a multiple integrated solutions from SOLIDWORKS at work!.
In this webinar, John and Paul will teach you:
- How to manage your data efficiently in one unified environment
- How to create digital product manufacturing information (PMI) directly inside your CAD files
- How toolpathing is automated directly off models while also taking tolerancing into consideration
- How to create inspection documentation directly from the model
- How to create intelligent, interactive content for shop floor use like assembly manual and quality assurance produce guides
Reserve your spot by registering now. Can't attend? Register anyway and we'll send you a recording!
About The Presenters
John has been in the reseller channel for 15 years, doing presentations, tech support and training on SOLIDWORKS and related products. He has CSWE and Elite AE certifications and is currently an AE Lead at TriMech.
Paul has Spent 7+ years in the reseller channel. He has 20+ years of experience with various forms of manufacturing, SOLIDWORKS and CAM. He is experienced with automotive, exhibits, retail store fixtures, supermarket equipment and cafeteria components. Paul has also spent 8+ years programming parts for CNC equipment. He has used multiple software solutions to program metal, wood, sheet metal and other materials.