Visualization Workflow in the Product Lifecycle

Session Number: 653
Connection/Track: Roundtable
Session Type: Roundtable
Primary Presenter: Round Table [Moderator]
Time: May 10, 2012 (03:25 PM - 05:25 PM)
Room: Amazon RS

Presentation Level: All of the above
Connection: None
Length: 85
User Role: End User of Siemens PLM Products at Company I work for (Not Siemens PLM)
Industry Presentation is Most Applicable Towards: Other
Primary Presenter Biography: Analyst Rep
Siemens Rep - Robert Hidajat & Martin Goeggelmann
User Rep - Co-moderators: Jim Greene, Caterpillar, Nate Hartman, Purdue University

Abstract:  Visualization of digital design has been taken to a new level, and is critical now throughout the entire lifecycle of the product

How are you using JT files for visualization internally and externally for design reviews and collaboration? Examples include engineering, manufacturing, purchasing, product support, quality, contractors, fabricators, suppliers, dealerships and customers.

What kind of training have people found to be most helpful?

How have you been able to break through the paradigm of the 2d drawing mentality? What obstacles have you been facing when making the shift, i.e., model quality, model availability, information overload?

How many of your use cases rely on a dynamic JT (shattered JT driven by revision rules) vs. a static JT (monolithic configuration controled and released with the assembly)? Do you configuration control multiple static jt views for work instructions, etc.?