Learn the digital workflow for CMM and X-Ray systems using Creo MBD, QIF and MBDVidia
Model-Based Definition (MBD) is 3D CAD data that is digitally authored to be used automatically by manufacturing and quality engineers and planners to speed up fabrication and inspection. Jennifer Herron, CEO of Action Engineering, the leading consulting firm for enabling MBD transformations, Daniel Campbell, VP of MBD at Capvidia, and Charlie Turch, of ZEISS Industrial Quality Solutions, will present a practical and real-world technique using Creo, MBDVidia, and a CMM with CALYPSO software from ZEISS.
Jennifer will show a real part authored in native CAD and published as QIF (Quality Information Framework) data to perform the dimensional element of a PPAP or First Article Inspection. The combination of the MBD, QIF, and CMM creates digitally traceable characteristics that increase traceability and reduce measurement planning time. This process helps companies that are dedicated to empowering their employees to be faster and more accurate.
Benefits to your business are:
- Increasing product quality by eliminating human error due to manual data re-entry
- Increasing use, re-use, and automation of 3D CAD data
- Increasing product throughput during First Article Inspection activities
- Creating digital feedback loops to bring Design and Quality silos together
- Using common digital methods between traditional CMMs and CT using MBD
- Creo MBD in action
- QIF (Quality Information Framework) in action
- Digital Bill of Characteristics in action
- Coordinate Measurement Machine (CMM) in action
- METROTOM CT Scanning in action
- Establishing feedback loops from Quality to Design
- Design engineers learning how their design requirements are realized in the fabricated part
Date: November 30, 2021
Time: 12 pm MST – 30 min presentation & 20 min live Q&A at the end
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Meet Our Presenters:
Jennifer Herron, Action Engineering Founder & CEO
Jennifer Herron is the CEO of Action Engineering, a registered Women-Owned Small Business specializing in guiding organizations through their transformation into a Model-Based Enterprise (MBE) using Model-Based Definition (MBD). She serves on the Digital Metrology Standards Consortium (DMSC) Board of Directors, maintaining the QIF and DMIS standards. Ms. Herron has extensive experience with the hardware design for spaceflight and military systems, and as such, is an expert in multiple CAD packages (e.g., Creo, NX, SOLIDWORKS, Inventor). She holds a patent for a snake propulsion mechanism and is the author of Re-Use Your CAD: The Model-Based CAD Handbook. Because standards are the lynchpin to a digital transformation, she also serves on the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) and the Automotive Industry Action Group (AIAG) to write standards that empower all industries to do business differently.
Daniel Campbell, Capvidia VP of MBD
Daniel Campbell is the VP of MBD at Capvidia. He has more than 18 years of experience in the field of digital metrology, software design, and MBD (model-based definition). He currently helps Fortune Global 500 companies with digital transformation projects through 3D CAD translation & validation. The goal begins with the MBD CAD model itself as the single source of truth for all downstream applications from design to manufacturing to quality and beyond. Mr. Campbell is currently the Chair of the ANSI QIF Working Group, and a member of the Board of Directors of the Dimensional Metrology Standards Consortium (DMSC).
Charlie Turch, ZEISS Industrial Quality Solutions Applications Engineer
Charlie Turch is an Applications Engineer at ZEISS Industrial Quality Solutions. He has over 8 years of experience working with CALYPSO metrology software across several types of inspection systems including traditional CMMs, optical CMMs, and CT systems. Charlie has also collaborated on several applications specific to the Medical, Automotive, and Aerospace industries.