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MBD Using Modern GD&T   

April 30 - May 2, 2019 Golden, Colorado

Course 108

Reviewing & Commenting 3D PDFs

Synopsis:

Using a lightweight viewer such as Adobe Reader is an excellent strategy to enable Model-Based Definition (MBD) sharing. However, tackling a new tool to review, comment, and use a 3D PDF can be disorienting. The revision of the Technical Data Package (TDP) standard MIL-STD-31000 opens the possibilities of grouping digital files together that relate to the design, manufacturing, and inspection intent of a product. Today, a TDP is easily instantiated as a 3D PDF. Pricing is per person/pp.

You Will Learn:

Learn how to open, navigate, and provide feedback using a 3D PDF. Learn the basics of using Data Packages to group files together to enable complete manufacturing.

Attending Options:

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$125/pp
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45 Minutes
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$50/pp
45 Minutes
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Topics:

  • Overview of 3D PDF
  • Settings for Adobe Reader that enable 3D models and Product and Manufacturing Information (PMI)
  • Navigation
  • Typical 3D PDF Layouts
  • Attachments
  • Data Package Concepts

Who Should Attend?

  • Quality Directors / Managers
  • PLM Directors / Managers
  • CAD Administrators
  • 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
  • Course 101: MBE Overview
  • Course 102: Intro to MBD
  • Course 103: MBE Implementation Techniques
  • Course 105: Model Schema and Organization
  • Course 108: Reviewing & Commenting 3D PDFs
  • Course 110: MBD Using Modern GD&T
  • Course 201: Using SOLIDWORKS for MBD
  • Course 202: SOLIDWORKS PDM for MBD
  • Course 301: Using Creo for MBD
  • Course 303: ModelCHECK Administration and Best Practices
  • Course 401: Using NX for MBD
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