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DEC56B - Standardization of Symbology for Product Characteristics and Requirements to Drive Optimization of Model Based Inspection

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With the application of standard symbology and references, players in the product value chain can understand and apply appropriate methods for manufacturing and inspection of a Model Based Definition (MBD) part.   By applying unique symbols to product characteristics such as model dimensions, geometric tolerances, special notes or finishes, one can logically organize a Bill of Characteristic (BoC) for inspection. Further refinement made by defining and displaying the criticality level such as safety, manufacturing, assembly function, and the criticality area of definition using special symbology in the model, will drive the prioritization of inspection at concept, first article, tooling and production level. Additional standard symbols will allow for the reference linking to product definition information and driving requirements created at the systems level. These standard symbols combine for an integrated, efficient and extremely cost-effective MBD for use by engineering and downstream.


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Digital Engineering
Model Based Enterprise (MBE)
Standardized symbology in MBD parts will drive efficiencies in the manufacturing and inspection value chains.
Intelligently mapped characteristics (criticality level and application area) allow for logical organization of the Bill of Characteristics and inspection reports from first article to production.
Symbology standards to reference product requirements allow for easy traceability and insight into change repercussions and affected items.
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45 minutes
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