Coaching & Training Manufacturers Through
3D Digital Transformations
3D DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION YOU TRUST
At Action Engineering, we digitally connect your manufacturing lifecycle, by charting your 3D path from requirements through sustainment. Our strategic program comprises a four-step process: Ready, Set, Go, Grow which creates manufacturing resiliency tailored to the unique attributes of your company.
This simple framework organizes your 3D digital transformation initiative to keep you on track.
With our 3D transformation strategic program and OSCAR knowledgebase, Action Engineering is your guiding star for competing in the 21st century.
Our experts are your compass during your journey and turn talk into action by bringing you deep expertise, breadth in our approach, and genuine feedback.
Learn more about who we are and who we have worked with by downloading our Capability Statement.
Comprehensive coaching and training aimed at calming your 3D Digital Transformation chaos at the intersection of people and technology.
Have you been waiting for the right moment to get your 3D Transformation Initiative off the ground? This is it. Contact us today and let’s get started.
action engineering news and Upcoming events:
- What is a Digital Twin?How Ambiguity is Killing MBE, and Why Words Matter The term “Digital Twin” is applied so frequently these days that there’s a lot of ambiguity around what it truly means. Commonly, the definition of a digital twin is a virtual representation of anything physical, and it can be literally anything – for instance, software is […]
- 2023 TIPE 3D Printing ConferenceBrought to you by Women in 3D Printing and SME For its third edition, the TIPE global conference curates, once again, an inspirational all-women agenda of speakers and panelists. TIPE | 2023, though, promises to be the boldest, strongest, and most empowering TIPE edition so far as Women in 3D Printing has partnered with SME, […]
- Quality Information Framework: ANSI QIF 2.0 RevealedIncompatibilities in manufacturing quality digital information are costly and affect everyone involved. Fortunately, a significant breakthrough for digital manufacturing was realized in the new Quality Information Framework (QIF) standard, approved by ANSI in October 2014. The QIF is a unified XML framework standard for computer-aided quality measurement systems, enabling the capture, use, and re-use of metrology-related […]
As a 30-year Creo user and a member of the team that piloted MBD/MBE, I have to say that your videos were spot on when talking about MBD and how you have to have your tools structured for MBD and all your processes adjusted for MBE. This is something I have been trying to push with limited success, but that your videos convey with ease. I have asked that all relevant managers here also review these materials in the hopes that it is understood as to what it takes to be successful in its implementation.– Aaron M.