3DLean is a web application built on the 3DEXPERIENCE platform. Part of DELMIA portfolio, 3DLean empowers better team collaboration despite physical distance of the members.

Additive Manufacturing

Additive manufacturing is a term which references technologies that grow three-dimensional objects from CAD models.

Advanced Planning and Scheduling

Advanced Planning and Scheduling (APS) is a manufacturing management process that helps manufacturers to manage production planning and shop floor via realistic schedules.

Agile Methodology 

Agile is based on Lean concepts adapted to developers to deliver faster and better functionalities to customers. It increases adaptability and reactivity through better communication and organization within the team. «Sprint» way of working including all the team is representative of Agile Methodology.

Artificial Intelligence

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is the simulation of human intelligence processes by machines, combining computer science and robust datasets.

Augmented Experience

Augmented Experience is a DELMIA-specific solution which describes augmented reality capabilities of the software.

CNC Programming

CNC programming refers to the process of converting the digital model of a design into CNC machine-readable instructions.

Control Plan

Control plan is of the core tools that is required for APQP and also is of benefit as a stand-alone element for any business is the Control Plan. “A control plan is a documented description linking manufacturing process steps to key inspection and control activities. 

Digital Manufacturing

Digital manufacturing is a disruptive, technology-based approach to production that links different data and processes in the manufacturing lifecycle.

Digital Transformation

Digital transformation is the process by which companies adopt digital technologies across all areas of a business to drive fundamental change and shift towards digital-first.

Discrete Manufacturing

Discrete manufacturing is an industry term for the production of distinct items capable of being easily counted and assembled.

Enterprise Resource Planning

Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) is a system that unifies an organization’s departments and processes into a single, centralized body of information. A comprehensive enterprise resource planning system is usually made up of smaller, specialized modules that can be customized to the business’s needs. The modules coordinate with each other through a central database, which can be on-site or in the cloud.

Engineering Bill of Materials

Engineering bill of materials (EBOM) is a special type of bill of material that reflects the product as designed rather than as manufactured.

Ergonomic Workplace Designer

Ergonomic workplace designer (EWD) is a DELMIA solution which complements virtual twin experience by allowing manufacturing engineers simulate workplaces in digital 3D environment to ensure workers’ safety and efficiency.


IIoT stands for Industrial Internet of Things and refers to a network of interconnected devices and systems which collect, analyze and execute data.

Integrated Business Planning

Integrated business planning (IBP) is a powerful business process for aligning desired business outcomes with financial and operational resource requirements, with the overarching objective of creating functional plans.

Just-in-time Scheduling

Just-in-time scheduling is the means by which a manufacturer matches labor supply to consumer demand on a day-to-day basis. In other words, each order is produced with just enough time for on-time delivery to be achieved.

Kaizen stands for continuous improvement. It is a daily training to become agile and performant. It allows teams to gradually develop their autonomy through problem solving methods. 

Lean Manufacturing

Lean manufacturing refers to a methodology that focuses on minimizing waste within manufacturing processes while maximizing productivity.

Lidar Sensors

LiDAR, which stands for Light Detection and Ranging, is a remote sensing technology commonly used in robotics. It works by emitting laser beams and measuring the time it takes for the light to reflect off objects and return to the sensor.

Machine Learning

Machine learning (ML) is a branch of artificial intelligence which enables software applications to learn without being explicitly programmed.

Manufacturing Bill of Materials

Manufacturing bill of materials (MBOM) is an inventory which contains all the raw materials, parts and assemblies required to produce a specific product.

Manufacturing Control Tower

Manufacturing control tower (MCT) is a supply chain concept which provides centralized data management capabilities in production process.

Manufacturing ERP Software

Manufacturing Enterprise Resource Planning software helps manufacturers increase production efficiency by providing the end-to-end visibility needed to keep improving their processes. Identifying and eliminating waste, cutting non-value-added processes, and removing the roadblocks to revenue growth are a few of the many benefits it provides.

Manufacturing Execution System

Manufacturing Execution System (MES) is a core component of the overall DELMIA Manufacturing Operations Management (MOM) scope. According to the ISA95 standard, MES roughly corresponds to the production dimension set of capabilities.

Manufacturing Operations Management

Manufacturing Operations Management (MOM) enables companies to handle all operations across their manufacturing enterprise via a single, unified solution that operates as a highly configurable manufacturing platform.

Master Production Schedule

Master production schedule (MPS) is a centralized manufacturing plan commonly used for calculating the capacity and resources needed for production of individual commodity.

Material Requirements Planning

Material Requirements Planning (MRP) is a system for managing production inventory. It helps manufacturers ensure they have the raw materials they need, in the right amounts and at the best time and place to efficiently build the product.

Muda (Lean Manufacturing)

Muda translates to "waste", which means everything that isn't necessary to meet customer's needs. A lean approach always involves elimination of 7 Mudas: non-quality, over production, waiting, transports, inventories, motions, excess processing.

Offshore Logistics

Offshore logistics refers to the management and coordination of logistical operations in offshore environments, primarily in industries such as offshore oil and gas exploration, offshore renewable energy, and marine logistics.

Paperless Manufacturing

Paperless manufacturing refers to the use of digital solutions to monitor manufacturing production processes, while capturing all information associated with production records.

Quality Control

Quality control (QC) is a process or set of activities implemented to ensure that products, services, or processes meet specified quality requirements.


Robotics-as-a-Service (RaaS) enables small manufacturers to access and use advanced robotics technology without large upfront investments through flexible, subscription-based contracts. 

Robotics Programming

Robotics (or robot) programming is the process of defining specific commands of an application for an industrial robot to perceive its environment, automate and execute tasks.

Self-Learning Supply Chain

Self-learning supply chain is the one that, through machine learning, intuitively learns from your business reality to offer a level of accuracy and insight once thought to be impossible.

Sustainable Manufacturing

Sustainable manufacturing refers to the manufacturing of products through non-polluting, economically-sound processes with the goal of minimizing negative effect on environment.

Six Sigma

Six Sigma (6σ) is a set of methodologies and tools used to reduce process variation, eliminate defects and improve quality. This approach is based on statistics tools and allows to deal with a problem using facts instead of subjective perception. The Three steps of Six Sigma are : do a sample to represent a gauss curve, observe gauss curve versus target and take action to reduce dispersion.

Virtual Commissioning

Virtual commissioning is the process of creating and analyzing a prototype of a physical model in digital environment for the purpose of testing. Vastly used in industrial engineering and robotics.

Virtual Twin

Virtual twin represents a dynamic digital model of real-world processes and products. Unlike digital twin, it allows you to virtually visualize and model the entire environment.

Warehouse Management System

A warehouse management system (WMS) is a software application or platform that enables organizations to effectively manage and control their warehouse operations. It serves as a central hub for coordinating and optimizing the movement, storage, and tracking of inventory within a warehouse or distribution center.

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