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SOLIDWORKS: MODEL BASE DEFINITION (MBD)

Did you know that “1/3 of engineering dollars are spent on 2D drawings. Yet 60% of them don’t match 3D models.”

If there were a way that you could save time and money, at the same time, increasing productivity – You would want to take advantage of that, right?

 

WHAT DO OTHERS HAVE TO SAY ABOUT SOLIDWORKS MBD?

Industrial Designer: “For molded products, SOLIDWORKD MBD is the future.”

Engineer: “Great tool, especially when vendors use 3D for creating tooling fixtures, etc.”

Engineer: “I’d love to us 3D MBD. Making 2D drawings is a real time waster.”

Mechanical Engineer: “3D Views allow users to create the first view as an ITAR statement, which puts SOLIDWORKS in compliance with MIL-STD-31000.”

Supplier: “Easy to understand the model at a glance!”

Supplier: “…identifying issues with drawing clarification and offering a solution that could increase efficiency on our end is huge. The ability to have a single container that holds all the part information can be a real-world time saver.”

 

WHAT I LIKE ABOUT SOLIDWORKS MBD!

Reusing existing data from a Sketch or feature.

Capturing 3D views are easy, very low learning curve (like creating a Display State).

Conveying precise communication between engineers, manufacturing, customers, suppliers and purchasing by creating Edrawing or PDF file.

 

YOU CAN BENEFIT FROM USING SOLIDWORKS MBD BY:

Eliminate 2D drawing creation (cutting engineering lead-time).

Streamlining production (allowing you to cut cycle time AND reduces errors).

Not only will you comply with industry standards, but MIL-STD-31000.

Increasing downstream clarity and saving money is key.

 

Become aware of SOLIDWORKS MBD it is the future!

 

Roger Ruffin

Application Engineer

Computer Aided Technology

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