There are many shapes that are exceedingly difficult to represent with CAD. Ordinary things like a stalk of broccoli or even the shape of a rose bush are common place yet exceedingly difficult due to the varied and “humaniform” nature of their geometry. These shapes are also di
Why ‘Connectedness’ is Critical to Product Development The interaction between program management, cost engineering, and how those work within a PLM deployment have been popular blog topics lately. Like many manufacturers, Mercury Marine has worked through challenges such as reconciling the CAD or
Along the journey to start of production, program teams are routinely asked some simple questions by the program sponsors: How much will it cost to produce? What does it weigh? Is it better than our competitor’s? Will it be profitable?
Traditionally, we have used this newsletter as an opportunity to share information about our implementation experiences with other PLM users. Today, we would like to share some exciting news regarding our Mercury Marine PLM deployment and external...