Increasing product complexity… Huge demand variability…. Increasing customer demand for better product quality/cost ratio…. How do you optimize global product development efficiency of product housing from concept to manufacturing ? DS Concurrent Product Housing Engineering solution delivers an end-to-end process for engineers to accelerate the definition of product enclosure parts from part design to tooling design and manufacturing simulation.
Accelerating Product Enclosure Part Development Process
The Concurrent Product Housing Engineering solution delivers an end-to-end process for engineers to accelerate the definition of product enclosure parts from part design to tooling design and manufacturing simulation. Advanced knowledge management capabilities enable manufacturing specifications to be captured and embedded in design templates, making it available to the engineers from early on in the design phase.
Supported by dedicated CATIA® products, mold and stamping dies can be automatically generated from product design, saving the engineers hundreds of labor hours. Easy-to-use and innovative NC (Numerical Control) programming and machining simulation capabilities are available to reduce manufacturing time. With the Concurrent Product Housing Engineering solution, the High-Tech / Electronic OEMs and tool makers can now optimize the entire development process of product housing and packaging parts, from bidding preparation to design and manufacturing. For more information, please download the Concurrent Product Housing Engineering solution brief.
Product Housing and Packaging Engineering solution includes:
Plastic molded part engineering
Composite part design
Concurrent relational design
Mold and die design
Manufacturing simulation (plastic mold injection)
NC programming and machining simulation
Supporting brands: 3DVIA, CATIA, ENOVIA, DELMIA
With CATIA’s accurate design and digital mockup capabilities, we have reduced the numbers of mold modifications during manufacturing, giving PT Panasonic a competitive advantage.
Daniel SuhardimanManager of Creation Center, PT Panasonic Manufacturing Indonesia