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DEC24B - Modeling Standards for a Model Based Enterprise

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Model Based Definition (MBD) is a major topic today. Most people hear MBD and think it simply involves replacing a 2D drawing with a 3D model as the product definition source authority. Those involved in MBD efforts know that it is much more than that. While 2D drawings are the source authority for product definition for most, models are still widely used across the enterprise for many digital manufacturing and operations processes. Often times these models are not under formal change control and are not required to meet any regulatory requirements. This can result in costly inefficiencies and rework all because the model was just good enough to release a drawing. This session we will cover many of the reasons why 3D CAD matters more today than ever, and why the time has come to define 3D modeling standards that are not just best practice documents but ones everyone can follow.

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Digital Engineering
Model Based Enterprise (MBE)
The audience will learn about many of the problems that companies deal with due to the lack of well-defined and adopted 3D CAD modeling standards.
Modeling standards should first and foremost be defined agnostic of any specific CAD system.
CAD-agnostic standards should then be used to define CAD-specific best practices and training.
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45 minutes
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