Dürr Systems AG Employs CETOL 6σ Tolerance Analysis Solution

Product Design and Development Company Counts on Sigmetrix CETOL 6σ Tolerance Analysis Solution

Dürr Systems AG Employs CETOL 6σ Tolerance Analysis SolutionMCKINNEY, Texas – May 30, 2017 – Sigmetrix has been chosen by Dürr Systems AG’s energy efficiency technology unit for their 3D tolerance analysis software. Dürr Systems AG is one of the world’s leading mechanical and plant engineering companies and will be implementing CETOL 6σ Tolerance Analysis software as a tool to improve product quality, optimize costs and speed up product development.

“Because Dürr’s mission is to provide our customers with cost-effective products that are superior in design, quality, and reliability, we employ CETOL 6σ to derive optimal designs”, remarked Dürr Systems AG Project Manager for Tolerance Analysis, Mario Schäfer. “CETOL 6σ gives our engineers a comprehensive understanding of the relationship between assembly components. It gives us the ability to recognize the components with the greatest effect on overall quality, and an understanding from a variety of statistical perspectives the effect tolerance changes will have on product quality.”

“Another important CETOL 6σ feature is that the analysis is retained with the model so that downstream product development time is reduced. The direct interface with the 3D model provides analysis capabilities that exceed spreadsheet calculations, with a higher level of confidence in the accuracy,” Schäfer continued. “CETOL 6σ has become a key engineering tool at Dürr Systems AG. It complements our advanced engineering abilities in energy efficiency technology and our commitment to satisfy our customers’ demands for innovative products that are always reliable in a very fast-changing marketplace.”

CETOL 6σ tolerance analysis software provides product development teams with the insight required to confidently release designs to manufacturing. Precise calculation of surface sensitivities exposes the critical-to-quality dimensions in the assembly. Utilizing advanced mathematical solutions, this tolerance analysis solution accelerates optimization to achieve robust designs ready for manufacturing. Mechanical and manufacturing engineers worldwide use this software to visualize the impact that tolerance changes will have on their overall assembly.

“We are very pleased to be a part of the Dürr Systems AG product design and development process,” commented Sigmetrix President and CEO, Chris Wilkes. “We are proud to be partnering with TTC3 as we assist Dürr with the integration of a tolerance analysis solution into the design process. The integration of CETOL 6σ within Dürr Systems AG design department ensures that they can continue to optimize and deliver the innovative, high-quality and reliable products they are known for.”

For more information on CETOL 6σ Tolerance Analysis Solutions visit http://www.sigmetrix.com/tolerance-analysis-software-cetol.htm.

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About Sigmetrix
Sigmetrix is a global provider of comprehensive, easy-to-use software solutions that help users achieve robust designs through tolerance analysis and the correct application of GD&T. With over 20 years of research and development, Sigmetrix products eliminate the error between as-designed assemblies and as-produced products. For more information, visit their website at www.sigmetrix.com.

About Dürr Group
The Dürr Group is one of the world’s leading mechanical and plant engineering companies. Dürr products, systems and services provide the basis for highly efficient production processes in different industries. Business with automotive OEMs and components suppliers generates roughly 60% of its sales revenues. Other sectors which Dürr addresses include mechanical engineering, the chemical and pharmaceutical industry and – following the acquisition of the HOMAG Group in October 2014 – the woodworking industry. Dürr has 92 business locations in 28 countries. With just under 15,000 employees, the Group generated sales revenues of € 3.77 billion in 2015.