Learn the six challenges of efficient collaboration on electromechanical design projects and how to overcome them.
Combined mechanical, electrical and electronic components are part of virtually all contemporary value-add products, as fewer and fewer 100 percent mechanical or electrical products are being developed and manufactured. However, too often there is a disconnect between electrical and mechanical design engineers that needs to be resolved.
Download our White Paper and you’ll discover how to:
- Work more closely together to ensure a successful outcome
- Use new, capable tools and support systems to aid in this pursuit
- Deploy best practices that involve both technologies and people, which are essential for developing innovative electromechanical products
This Engineering.com white paper will take a look at the six main problems and challenges of current practices that are still prevalent, then, review the solutions and benefits offered by best practices for integrating ECAD and MCAD disciplines that facilitate the development of outstanding electromechanical products that provide real value for customers.
Download the white paper to learn the six challenges of efficient collaboration on electromechanical design projects and how to overcome them.
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