Did you know about these MBD related checks in Creo?

With Creo 6.0, PTC has enhanced ModelCheck to include additional checks for tolerances, annotations, features, and combined states. For example - Annotations that are not referencing any surfaces Annotations not included in any combined state ModelCheck can identify any combined states that are not following the naming conventions within the user defined list of names... Continue Reading →

SWOT Analysis for your Model Based Journey

SWOT analysis typically includes internal aspects of your company as well as factors external to your company. However, we at Punditas have adapted SWOT analysis to include mostly internal aspects of your company for MBE initiative. This adapted version of SWOT Analysis in Punditas MBE Advisor is a strategic planning tool that’s used to evaluate the... Continue Reading →

4 reasons why your current approach to Model Based Enterprise(MBE) will not work

Having worked with numerous customers, I see 4 things that are show-stoppers as companies try to implement MBD (Model Based Definition) and MBE (Model Based Enterprise). Current approaches are - 1. Siloed 2. Disconnected 3. Non-collaborative 4. Non-inclusive Siloed Today, "to each to his/her own set of information" Information about current/target Maturity levels, People,Training needs,... Continue Reading →

3 Strengths of Model Based Definition

According to O’Fallon Casting, OFC Customers have varying degrees of MBD implementation.  Some provide a solid model with a fully dimensioned drawings others with partially dimensioned and sometimes with drawings that contain no dimensions whatsoever.  O’Fallon Casting has found that limited dimension drawings, especially for larger sizes of castings, are an effective way for an... Continue Reading →

For Better Product Quality, Explore MBD [Interview]

If you’re an engineer or designer, you’ve probably already heard about model-based definition (MBD), the practice of adding non-geometric engineering information to a 3D model. (Traditionally, that data is added to a 2D drawing.) Intuitively, it makes sense to keep everything in one place. But are the benefits worth the effort of changing the way... Continue Reading →

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