Course 105

Model Schema and Organization

Synopsis:

Explains the purpose of using a model schema and why you should spend time organizing your models. Learn methods to organize 3D data sets to comply with ASME Y14 series and MIL-STD-31000. This course is the basis for writing a robust, well defined, and repeatable modeling standard.

You Will Learn:

Learn rules and recommended practices for accurately and efficiently creating, authoring, and managing 3D model-plus-drawing and model-only data sets. Includes general schema rules and best practices for all CAD files, while also drilling into the detail of parts, assemblies, and drawings.

CAD AGNOSTIC – applies to any CAD system

Pre-Requisite: 102

Attending Options:

CLASSROOM
$450
4 Hours
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WEBINAR
$392
3 Hours
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ON-DEMAND
UNDER DEVELOPMENT

Topics:

  • Purpose of a Model Schema
  • 3D Model Organization Requirements
  • Terms and Definitions
  • Rules for All CAD Files – Metadata, Numbering, Naming, Modeling to Nominal, Tolerances, Notes, Holes, Coordinate Systems, Planes
  • Best Practices for All CAD Files – Grouping, Display Types, Saved Views, Filters, Design Intent
  • Part Modeling
    • Terms and Definitions
    • Rules
    • Best Practices
  • Assembly Modeling
    • Terms and Definitions
    • Rules
    • Best Practices

Who Should Attend?

  • Quality Directors / Managers
  • PLM Directors / Managers
  • MBD CAD Specialists
  • CAD/CAE Specialists
  • IT Practitioners
  • CAD Users
  • Prototype Engineers
  • Design Engineers
  • Product Definition Practitioners
  • Manufacturing Engineers
  • Quality Engineers
  • Assembly Technicians
  • CAM Operators
  • Change Management Practitioners
  • Artisans