Agenda


3D CIC + QIF Summit 2017 Theme:
UNITE: Engineering & Shop Floor Collaboration


The 3D Collaboration & Interoperability Congress has become a yearly barometer of the state of collaboration and interoperability strategy, technology, and solutions for commercial and government organizations. Presenters and attendees are real-world users who represent the medical, aerospace, defense, electronics, automotive, industrial equipment, and other product development industries, with strong support by technology leaders for CAD collaboration and interoperability.

TMI = Table Mountain Inn // GH = Golden Hotel // AMC = American Mountaineering Center 

MONDAY, OCTOBER 2, 2017TimeVenue / Room
PTC/USER MBE Technical Committee8:00 am – 5:00 pmGH / Clear Creek
NX MBD User Group8:00 am – 12:00 pmTMI / Arapaho
Combined lunch for NX & SOLIDWORKS MBD User Groups12:00 – 1:00 pmTMI / Kokopelli
SOLIDWORKS MBD User Group1:00 – 5:00 pmTMI / Arapaho
CAD & Cocktails Happy Hour5:30 – 7:30 pmTMI / Kokopelli
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 2017TimeVenue / Room
3D Collaboration & Interoperability Congress
[click for speaker lineup]
8:30 am – 4:00 pmAMC / Auditorium
QIF Working Group Meetings8:00 am – 4:30 pmAMC / Baker
CAD & Cocktails Happy Hour 4:00 – 6:00 pmAMC / Museum
 
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 4, 2017TimeVenue / Room
3D Collaboration & Interoperability Congress
[click for speaker lineup]
8:30 am – 4:00 pmAMC / Auditorium
QIF Working Group Meetings8:00 am – 5:00 pmAMC / Baker
CAD & Cocktails Happy Hour 4:00 – 6:00 pmAMC / Museum
 
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5, 2017TimeVenue / Room
Quality Information Framework Symposium8:30 am – 4:00 pmAMC / Auditorium
 
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6, 2017TimeVenue / Room
Autodesk Inventor MBD User Group8:00 am – 12:00 pmGH / Mesa
DMSC Member Meeting8:00 am – 1:00 pmGH / Golden Vista

3D CIC + QIF Symposium

2017 KEYNOTES

Are You Ready to Reap the Benefits of Smart Manufacturing? 
KC Morris, Smart Manufacturing Systems Design and Analysis Associate Program Manager at the National Institute of Standards and Technology, will kick off 3D CIC 2017 on Tuesday, October 3. Read Abstract >>

The Future Can Improve Your Past
William Cockrell, Sr. Principal Technical Support Engineer at Raytheon Missile Systems, will deliver the 3D CIC 2017 keynote address on Wednesday, October 4. Read Abstract >> 

Integrated Information for Improved Quality
Dr. Toby Maw, Sr. Research Engineer at the Manufacturing Technology Centre in the United Kingdom, will keynote the 2017 QIF Symposium on Thursday, October 5. Read Abstract >> 

2017 SPEAKERS

Click on hyperlinks to read speaker abstracts and bios. Check back regularly for 2017 speaker updates.

3D CIC Speakers Industry
KEYNOTE: KC MorrisNational Institute of Standards and Technology
Reap the Benefits of Smart Manufacturing
Government
KEYNOTE: William CockrellRaytheon Missile Systems
The Future Can Improve Your Past
Defense
Benny YapCisco Systems
How Supply Chain Can Drive MBE
Network Operations
Jennifer FradyGreat Dane TrailersTransportation
Stephen BurtonGulfstream Aerospace
Models That Last a Lifetime
Aerospace
Vincent LévesqueHydro-Québec
3D PDFs Applied to Large-Scale Hydroelectric Projects
Power
Denise FitzgeraldMIT Lincoln Laboratory
Evolutionary Development of MBD from Design to Fabrication
Satellites
Allison Barnard FeeneyNational Institute of Standards and Technology
Smart Manufacturing: Hopes, Successes, Gaps
Government
James DorwartNewport News Shipbuilding
A Journey in Culture Change: From Engineered Drawings to Digital User-Centered Visual Instructions
Shipbuilding
Jon PabstSierra Nevada Corporation
A PLM Journey: From Paper to PDM/PLM
Aerospace
Kevin SariSignode Industrial
The 3D Revolution: Just Another CAPEX?
Industrial Packaging
Ray FordSolar Turbines
Gaining MBD Experience the Right Way
Power
Scott Neumann + Jennifer HerronTechnical Consultants Inc. + Action Engineering
For Useful MBD, You Need Proper GD&T
GD&T Expert + MBD Expert
QIF Symposium Speakers Industry
KEYNOTE:
Dr. Toby Maw
The Manufacturing Technology Centre (UK)
Integrated Information for Improved Quality
R&D
Robert (Bob) StoneDimensional Metrology Standards Consortium
The Complete Beginner’s Guide to QIF Implementation
Standards
Mark NielsenTechAzulConsulting
Dr. Edward MorseUniversity of North Carolina at Charlotte
Capturing Measurement Resources in the QIF Format
Academia
 

 

MBD CAD User Groups

We received great feedback in 2016 about the coordination of 3D CIC with CAD user groups focused on Model-Based Definition/Enterprise. The SOLIDWORKS MBD User Group and PTC/USER MBE Technical Committee will again be offered. New for 2017 will be NX and Autodesk Inventor MBD user groups.

NX MBD User Group [$80 early / $95 regular]

NX users are invited to attend this new event for sharing MBD best practices and lessons learned during an open technical discussion facilitated by Jennifer Herron of Action Engineering. The agenda and presenters will be finalized closer to the event, with anticipated focus areas including:

  • Annotating NX models (PMI)
  • Publishing to “neutral” formats
  • Data management for NX
  • Getting information to the shop floor
  • Model-based work instructions

The NX MBD User Group will meet at Table Mountain Inn on the morning (8:00 am to 12:00 pm) of Monday, October 2, 2017. Then come back later in the day for networking! All CAD user group participants and 3D CIC attendees are invited to attend the CAD & Cocktails happy hour at 5:30 pm at Table Mountain Inn on Monday, October 2, 2017.

Registration is open to anyone with an interest in MBD for NX. Contact Jennifer Herron with questions or topic suggestions.

SOLIDWORKS MBD User Group [$80 early / $95 regular]

SOLIDWORKS users are invited to learn and share MBD best practices and lessons learned during an open technical discussion facilitated by Jennifer Herron of Action Engineering. The agenda and presenters will be finalized closer to the event, with anticipated focus areas including:

  • Annotating SOLIDWORKS models (DimXpert)
  • Publishing to “neutral” formats
  • Data management for SOLIDWORKS
  • Getting information to the shop floor
  • Model-based work instructions

The SOLIDWORKS MBD User Group will meet at Table Mountain Inn on the afternoon (1:00 to 5:00 pm) of Monday, October 2, 2017. Stick around afterwards for networking! All CAD user group participants and 3D CIC attendees are invited to attend the CAD & Cocktails happy hour at 5:30 pm at Table Mountain Inn on Monday, October 2, 2017.

Registration is open to anyone with an interest in MBD for SOLIDWORKS. Contact Jennifer Herron with questions or topic suggestions.

PTC/USER Model-Based Enterprise Technical Committee [$150 early / $175 regular]

The PTC/USER MBE Technical Committee consists of PTC customers who gather regularly to share experiences and discuss the future possibilities of MBE as organizations work to utilize CAD models throughout the product lifecycle. These meetings allow PTC users to learn from each other regarding what does and does not work in the transition to MBE, along with the impact of evolving industry and commercial standards. PTC is an active participant in these meetings, working to improve their software to better meet the needs of their customers.

The agenda and presenters for the PTC/USER MBE Technical Committee will be finalized closer to the event, with anticipated focus areas including:

  • Publishing to Creo View and “neutral” formats
  • Design Review Process in Windchill
  • Getting information to the shop floor
  • Model-based work instructions

The PTC/USER MBE Technical Committee will meet at Golden Hotel for a full day (8:00 am to 5:00 pm) on Monday, October 2, 2017. Then head over to Table Mountain Inn afterwards for networking! All CAD user group participants and 3D CIC attendees are invited to attend the CAD & Cocktails happy hour at 5:30 pm on Monday, October 2, 2017.

Users of any PTC products who are not already committee members are invited to participate, please email the committee chair, Ryan Gelotte.

Inventor MBD User Group [$80 early / $95 regular]

Autodesk Inventor users are invited to learn and share MBD best practices and lessons learned during an open technical discussion facilitated by Jennifer Herron of Action Engineering. The agenda and presenters will be finalized closer to the event, with anticipated focus areas including:

  • Annotating Inventor models
  • Publishing to “neutral” formats
  • Data management for Inventor
  • Getting information to the shop floor
  • Model-based work instructions

The Inventor MBD User Group will meet at Golden Hotel on the morning (8:00 am to 12:00 pm) of Friday, October 6, 2017. Registration is open to anyone with an interest in MBD for Inventor. Contact Jennifer Herron with questions or topic suggestions.

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