DELMIA Communities Week in Review for April 26
Blog: Apriso Blog
Hello and Welcome to the Week in Review! This is the weekly blog post for a one-look overview of what happened in the DELMIA Communities this past week. But there is a lot more than what is below – visit the communities to see the exchange of information and ideas between members and DELMIA experts.
With eight active communities, you are sure to find at least one to suit your DELMIA interests. Connect with us to exchange and share on the DELMIA Communities.
See you there!
Are you ready to take another step towards Operations Excellence?
Join the Manufacturing event on May 18th hosted by Dassault Systèmes with 9 workshops and 17 experts. Go to the community to see the list of key topics and how to register.
Kaizen and Small Improvements
Kaizen is a Japanese business philosophy that focuses on gradually improving productivity by involving all employees and by making the work environment more efficient. It translates to “change for the better” or “continuous improvement.” The small changes used in Kaizen can involve quality control and just-in-time delivery, for example.
Continue reading and share your thoughts in the community.
Have you visited the wiki in the Ergonomics community?
Get inspired here with: Virtual Ergonomics Vision, Ergonomics Basics, Ergonomic Workplace Designer content, Scientific Zone and the Student Zone.
Click here to go to the wiki.
Saving robot TCP trace as “curve”
Community member question:
Hello DELMIA Robotics community, I am trying to save the trajectory of the robot after the simulation of my program. I used the “Motion Trace” command in the “Analysis & Output” tab of the robot programming app. I would like to save the TCP trace before & after my modification in the robot program, save the splines & apply curvature analysis on it to see differences.
Go to the community to read the rest of the question, the response, and see more interesting content.
On Machine Definition, allow continuous rotation as rotation limits
We promote this request coming from a DELMIA User Champion as an Idea to R&D for a coming Release or FD.
Hi, It would be nice to have an option checkbox in rotary axes limits for +/-360 continuous because if you have a large winding toolpath then we don’t have to adjust the range of the rotary limit.
Visit the community to look at the idea and how it is promoted.
How to reduce Manufacturing Preparation Lead Time? (2/6)
In this second post, we are going to focus our attention on the Configuration and Variant Management topic. As usual, we don’t pretend to cover all the scenarios and specifics but rather share what we consider to be the most efficient methodologies based on our customer’s experiences and the output of our DELMIA teams.
Continue to read and catch the insights from this post.
DELMIA Quintiq Back-to-Office Solution
Learn how Dassault Systèmes uses the DELMIA Quintiq Back-to-the-Office Team Planning solution to facilitate its employees’ safe return as operations resumed after the coronavirus lockdown. It achieves this while balancing business continuity, employee needs, and governmental regulations and safety protocols. Watch the video in the community.
Webinar Replay: Hexcel Transforms Operations
From 3DEXPERIENCE North America: A Virtual Journey 2020 – Session Highlights
Speaker: Toni Hempstead, Director IT Manufacturing Solutions, Hexcel Corp.
Description: Learn how Hexcel Corporation is leveraging DELMIA Manufacturing & Operations and DELMIA Planning & Operations solutions to improve efficiency, eliminate bottlenecks, reduce work in process and minimize costs. Discover benefits the company has achieved from its digital transformation.
Learn how Toni has championed the establishment and ongoing improvement of the company’s agile framework within the Manufacturing Operational Management (MOM) and Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES) spaces.
Watch the webinar replay in the community.
Thanks for reading. See you next week! In the meantime, don’t forget to keep up to date with the DELMIA Communities