Zuken On-demand Webinar: MCAD Integration for Wire Harness Design

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Do you need to move data back and forth between your MCAD and harness design tools and processes? Design processes that span multiple tool domains require design data to move from one domain to the other to resolve and verify design elements. But, moving data between the two domains can be problematic. This on-demand webinar will look at the challenges and solutions for bridging MCAD and wire harness design. 

Zuken's E3.3DTransformer has the capability to import 3D-based M-CAD models from various authoring systems like Dassault Systems CATIA, Siemens NX or native, open-standardized 3D exchange formats like JT and extract electrical, harness-related topological information for re-use in subsequent harness engineering processes and tools. Along with a wide variety of formats supported E3.3DTransformer features a simplification and healing functionality for extracted harness topology structure like the reduction of obsolete vertices or join of not-coherent segments. With an easy to use UI and short setup time, you could be on your way to a quicker and money-saving design process.

To register for this on-demand webinar, click here.



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