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3D Engineering “Trust but Verify”

Track: NX Product Engineering User Connection

Session Number: 170193
Date: Thu, May 11th, 2017
Time: 8:00 AM - 8:45 AM
Room: 142

Description:

As more and more engineering is created strictly in the 3D model the traditional two dimensional output file formats are being updated or replaced. NX outputs 3D information in many file formats, often referred to as derivatives formats.  Orbital ATK investigated two ISO standard derivative formats, JT and STEP AP 242, to assess the reliability of engineering intent.  This presentation looks at the findings, and how they can influence a strong MBD (Model Based Definition)

Session Type: Interactive Lecture

Related Industry: Aerospace & Defense, Automotive & Transportation, Consumer Products and Retail, Electronics and Semiconductor, Energy and Utilities, Industrial Machinery & Heavy Equipment, Life Sciences, Marine, Medical Devices & Pharmaceuticals, Other, All Industries
Learning Objectives: 1. How well do today’s translators handle JT and STEP for geometry and PMI?
2. Acceptable vs. unacceptable changes- is any change in downstream data ok?
3. Are there differences in manual (visual/graphical) use of data vs. automated (semantic/machine read) use?
Applicable Software: JT (Usage Scenarios), NX for Design (CAD), Teamcenter Visualization
Pre-requisites: -NX models with PMI
-JT and STEP
Session Type: Interactive Lecture

Related Industry: Aerospace & Defense, Automotive & Transportation, Consumer Products and Retail, Electronics and Semiconductor, Energy and Utilities, Industrial Machinery & Heavy Equipment, Life Sciences, Marine, Medical Devices & Pharmaceuticals, Other, All Industries
Learning Objectives: 1. How well do today’s translators handle JT and STEP for geometry and PMI?
2. Acceptable vs. unacceptable changes- is any change in downstream data ok?
3. Are there differences in manual (visual/graphical) use of data vs. automated (semantic/machine read) use?
Applicable Software: JT (Usage Scenarios), NX for Design (CAD), Teamcenter Visualization
Pre-requisites: -NX models with PMI
-JT and STEP