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The New Version of 3DCS - 3DCS for SOLIDWORKS - Will be Showcased at 3DEXPERIENCE World 2020
3DCS for SOLIDWORKS is available now, and will be demonstrated at booth 218 at 3DEXPERIENCE World 2020 next week, Feb 9 -12, 2020.
By: Dimensional Control Systems DCS
The 3DCS software suite is the standard for advanced tolerance analysis across many industries. Used daily by OEM's in aerospace, automotive, electronics, medical device, and energy sectors, 3DCS gives designers and engineers the tools they need to identify potential build issues and iteratively resolve them, all through 3D digital simulation.
As an integrated tolerance analysis package, 3DCS has historically been fully integrated into Dassault Systemes CATIA V5, and 3DEXPERIENCE platforms, as well as Siemens' NX CAD, and PTC CREO. Now, 3DCS is also available fully integrated into SOLIDWORKS, bringing complex variation analysis to what is quickly becoming the tool for advanced manufacturing.
"SOLIDWORKS is used across many industries and by many manufacturers,"
SOLIDWORKS users have long had access to various tolerance stack tools. These tools are easy to use, but unable to tackle difficult, and complex stacks that are influenced by 3D effects. As SOLIDWORKS has become adopted more and more by advanced manufacturers, it is being used to design and analyze complex products that face difficult assembly processes, and complex stack-ups that are impossible to capture with Excel or 1D stack tools.
3DCS for SOLIDWORKS can include deformation and the variation from a flexible material like plastics and aluminum in a dimensional stack-up. Incorporating FEA - Finite Element Analysis - can become key to understanding the total variation in an assembly and support decisions in process and materials. These analyses can be supported with both simulated data and measurement data from a plant, analyzing products using measured data through a Closed Loop approach to determine root cause and problem solve production and assembly issues.
Join DCS at 3DEXPERIENCE World 2020, and stop by our booth to see 3DCS for SOLIDWORKS in action or find out more online at www.3dcs.com.