- Load engineering requirements
- Provides an automatic tool for planning engineering requirements
- Provides an electronic and systematic means to reconcile Engineering Design Requirements with manufacturing planning.
Load engineering requirements
DPM Engineering Requirements Planner allows the user to automatically load only applicable engineering requirements data from the Manufacturing Hub for planning. The user may then select one or more engineering requirements and associate it to one or more processes. This speeds the process as only those engineering requirements required are loaded instead of every piece of engineering requirements data related to the project.
Provides tools for planning engineering requirements
Users may define several types of planning states such as working, integrated and released allowing process planners to have better control and understanding of the maturity of their data. The Engineering requirement planner allows the Manufacturing process planner to 'partially' or 'completely' implement the design Engineering requirements with respect to annotated features and tolerance defined by the design engineer.
Provides an electronic and systematic means to reconcile engineering design requirements with manufacturing planning and runs accountability checks to meet regulations
Allows the manufacturing process planner to partially or completely implement the design engineering requirements with respect to annotated features and tolerances defined by the design engineer. This provides a mechanism for communicating and accounting for the requirements of the design engineer to manufacturing ensuring the requirements has been effectively communicated and adhered to by the manufacturing process planners
Automatic replanning of unchanged engineering requirements
Whenever a part or product containing design engineering requirements undergoes a change management, a mechanism is provided wherein the manufacturing engineer can automatically re-plan all the unchanged engineering requirements to the different processes. This will avoid the extra efforts required by the manufacturing engineer to have to manually plan these engineering requirements again.