Palo Alto Tech Day


Join us for a day of Tolerance Analysis, GD&T, and MBSE Seminars

Free Event, Including Networking Lunch for Attendees!

Date: May 23, 2019 – 9:30 am-4:00 pm

Location: Courtyard Palo Alto Los Altos
4320 El Camino Real, Los Altos, California 94022

Agenda:

9:30 – 9:45

Welcome and Opening Remarks

9:45 – 10:30

GD&T / MBD Training Information

10:30 – 11:30

1-D Tolerance Stackup Analysis and EZTol Demonstration

11:30 – 12:00

Open Discussion & Questions

12:00 – 1:00

Networking Lunch – Provided by Sigmetrix

1:00 – 2:15

3-D Tolerance Stackup Analysis and CETOL 6σ Demonstration

2:15 – 2:30

Break

2:30 – 3:30

MapleMBSE

3:30 – 3:45

Open Discussion and Questions

3:45 – 4:00

Wrap-up and Closing Remarks. Survey and drawing for $100 amazon.com gift card

A thorough coverage of Tolerance Analysis and MBSE concepts, tools and techniques will be presented. This is a day for Sigmetrix users and any other engineers interested in the topics, to come together for a day of demos and discussions with subject matter experts and peers.Reserve your seat today to attend Seminars on MBSE, Analysis, and GD&T

  • Explore GD&T Training options. We offer an array of comprehensive training courses on GD&T, MBD / MBE and tolerance analysis. Our training courses and materials are based on many years of industry experience by subject matter experts, they are technically robust, based on ASME and ISO standards, and easy-to-understand.
  • See EZtol in action and Learn how to access a free 7-day trial of the software. EZTol is a 1-Dimensional tolerance analysis program that engineers have been asking us to develop to replace their use of spreadsheets. Manual processes don’t often tell the full story of what is happening with the design. See how your company can achieve immediate benefits from utilizing this cost-effective software.
  • Experience the newest release in our 3D Tolerance Analysis product suite, CETOL 6σ 10.2. CETOL 6σ works with NX, PTC Creo, SOLIDWORKS and CATIA V5-6.
  • Learn how to increase adoption of systems engineering tools by using MapleMBSE. This tool lets you take advantage of a Model Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) approach to requirements management and validation, without requiring every engineer on the project to be an expert in complex MBSE tools. With more people feeding into the process, you can create, maintain, and validate your requirements and systems models more efficiently and with fewer errors, allowing you to close the gap between systems engineering and model-based design.
  • See MapleMBSE in action with a Failure Mode and Effect Analysis (FMEA) demonstration that shows how requirements can be connected between the system and assembly level of design. FMEA is used to identify possible failure modes of components and evaluating their effects to find a way to mitigate them. With the model driven system engineering processes and complicated modelling tools, performing FMEA at various stages in product life cycle has become difficult in a MBSE environment. MapleMBSE provides a way for users to hide these complications and work with SysML models with a familiar spreadsheet interface. This demonstration will show a FMEA workflow that will allow users to access model elements at any stage in the product life cycle, perform FMEA, create recommended actions to mitigate failures as new requirements, and save changes back to the model.

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