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The Model-Based CAD Handbook by J.B. Herron

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October 2-6, 2017 >> Golden Colorado

LiveWorx is a global technology conference and marketplace for solutions engineered for a smart, connected world.  Whether you’re focused on creating elegant product designs, managing brilliant factories, delivering efficient service, or disrupting entire markets, your peers will be here to … Continue reading

PLM World 2017

Siemens PLM Connection brings together PLM World members, partners, and Siemens PLM Software employees looking to forge new connections, expand knowledge, and increase expertise. Attendees represent a variety of industries and job functions, many outside the traditional “user’s group” scope. … Continue reading

Jennifer Herron, CEO of Action Engineering, collaborated with aerospace industry peers from the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) Mass Properties Engineering Committee on Standards to review and revise the Mass Properties Control for Space Systems standard (ANSI/AIAA S-120A-2015). This … Continue reading

In Spring 2016, I wrote how you should take The Model-Based Definition Ski Challenge. Well, in late December, I started up the 2016-17 ski season with my family amidst fresh powder and all new ski gear … and it was … Continue reading

Jennifer Herron, CEO of Action Engineering, recently interviewed Annalise Suzuki, Elysium’s Director of Sales in the Americas, for this featured blog about 3D CAD collaboration and interoperability. Action Engineering appreciates Elysium’s generous support as a Signature Sponsor of the 2016 … Continue reading

Businesses are all about risk and managing that risk. It’s really important to understand what the risks are so that they can be properly mitigated. Hopefully you’ve already faced your 3D CAD demons. Now let’s dig into some misconceptions about … Continue reading

Most organizations have not achieved their desired level of Model-Based Enterprise (MBE) maturity. What to do? Step 1: face your demons. That is, identify the barriers preventing your organization from becoming the MBE “of your dreams.” It’s easier to move … Continue reading