Leading engineers and chief designers, who head-up system-level or large assembly design teams, work under increasing pressure to develop more innovative, better-performing, and easier-to-manufacture products more quickly and more cost effectively.
As manufacturers pursue strategies that emphasize increased innovation, automation, and throughput across their product development and manufacturing organizations to meet increasing global competition, engineers and chief designers are being tasked with achieving a challenging new set of objectives. Not only are they expected to accelerate system-level and large assembly design efforts, control costs by reducing prototyping and physical testing, and streamline the transition to manufacturing and subsequent production, they are also expected to satisfy all of these goals while also delivering innovative, better-performing products.
Design Through Analysis
Fortunately, these engineers and chief designers can overcome pressures by adding CAD-integrated simulation and design analysis capabilities to their toolbox. This white paper details how engineers can innovate quicker by taking advantage of computational analysis.
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