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Overcome Electromechanical Design Challenges with Solid Edge

On June 25, CAM Logic is sponsoring — Electromechanical Design Roadshow by Siemens — to learn how you can leverage an integrated, affordable, electromechanical design solution within Solid Edge. Witness how to improve your companies product reliability, increase your time to market, reduce costs, and improve your bottom line.

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Agenda

  • 9:00 am – Check-In (includes Complimentary Breakfast)
  • 9:30 am – Next Generation Product Development
  • 10:00 am – Trends and Industry Insights for Electrical Distribution System Design
  • 10:30 am – ECAD/MCAD Collaboration Solutions
  • 11:30 am – Electromechanical Design Solutions with Solid Edge Wiring and Harness Design
  • 12:30 pm – Lunch & TopGolf Fun!

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Why you should attend:

  • Are you currently struggling with Electromechanical design challenges?
  • Improve your product design process
  • Looking for a more efficient way to manage your electromechanical designs?
  • Breakfast, Lunch, Topgolf plus a complimentary gift bag (enter a chance to win an Amazon gift card!)

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Solid Edge Electrical Design 2019

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Driving Manufacturing Innovation with Solid Edge (Independence, OH)

On May 17, CAM Logic is sponsoring —Driving Manufacturing Technology—to celebrate Siemens Solid Edge and offer some learning activities and new approaches to design and manufacturing. This is both a customer appreciation event and a time to talk about design, manufacturing, and additive with your design software.

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Agenda

– 11:00am – Check In

– 11:30am – Learn about the Future of Additive Manufacturing with Solid Edge

– 12:00pm – Gain Valuable Simulation insights plus Tubing & Piping Automation Capabilities

– 12:30pm – Lunch

– 12:45pm – Organize your Data More Efficiently

– 1:00pm – Increase Productivity with Solid Edge Tips & Tricks

– 1:30pm – Adjourn

Why you should attend:

  • Lunch plus free swag (Amazon gift card, 3D printed part, and more!)
  • Learn more with Digital Transformation to design quicker, better, faster
  • Save time and reduce physical prototypes
  • Leverage Additive into your workflow

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SE Premium Wire Simulation Frame

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Zeiss Scanning Expansion with GOM Aquisition

Manufacturing Scanning Leader Zeiss Expands Portfolio Offering with GOM Acquisition

A vital aspect of manufacturing is ensuring that fixtures, injection molds, and production parts meet the standards and requirements asked by customers. Having reliable inspection technology gives a manufacturer and the customers alike the confidence that a part meets all requirements, or an understanding of what adjustments need to be made. Zeiss, the industry leader in inspection scanning technologies has expanded its footprint within blue light scanning with the acquisition of GOM.

Zeiss Gom Atos Triple Scan

The acquisition really enhances Zeiss blue light scanning offerings. GOM’s powerful ATOS Triple Scan has become heavily relied on scanner within the automotive industry and used heavily for sheet metal inspection. GOM also offers very sophisticated automated scanning cells and built-in inspection software that is widely used across the industry.

“The aim is to further strengthen this leading technological position together, especially in the area of optical digitization systems,” announced Zeiss. “The combination of existing products and solutions, as well as joint innovations in the future, will lay the foundation for shaping and entering new markets.”

It’s the industry standard in automotive and used heavily for sheet metal inspection and tooling inspection/reverse engineering. GOM also offers very sophisticated automated scanning cells and built-in inspection software that is widely used.

Have a need for scanning? CAM Logic has the full range of Zeiss Scanning Equipment and ready to support all your inspection and reverse engineering needs.

Zeiss – GOM News Release Article

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Driving Manufacturing Innovation with Solid Edge (Fort Wayne, IN)

On May 16, CAM Logic is sponsoring —Driving Manufacturing Technology—to celebrate Siemens Solid Edge and offer some learning activities and new approaches to manufacturing. This is both a customer appreciation event and a time to talk about design, manufacturing, and additive with your design software.

Save Your Spot!

Agenda

– 11:00am – Check In

– 11:30am – Learn about the Future of Additive Manufacturing with Solid Edge

– 12:00pm – Gain Valuable Simulation Capabilities plus Tubing & Piping Automation Workflows

– 12:30pm – Lunch

– 12:45pm – Manage your Data more Efficiently

– 1:15pm – Gain Productivity with Unique Solid Edge Tips & Tricks

– 1:30pm – Take a ‘Behind the Scenes’ tour of the baseball stadium

Why you should attend:

  • Get lunch plus free swag (Amazon gift card, 3D printed part, and more!) plus a ‘behind the scenes’ tour of the stadium
  • Save time and reduce physical prototypes
  • Learn more with Digital Transformation to design better, quicker, faster
  • Leverage Additive into your workflow

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Siemens Solid Edge Data Management 2019 SE Premium Wire Simulation Frame

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Manufacturing Transformation with Metal 3D Printing

Are you ready to go to the next level with your Manufacturing Transformation?

There are four pillars that will lead you to this transformation:

  • Internet of Things (IoT) – devices that connect to the internet for the purpose of gathering data
  • Agile Manufacturing – respond to customer and wider market demands while controlling costs and doing all of that without sacrificing quality (lead & JIT manufacturing)
  • Data Analytics – taking all that manufacturing data and giving it context and meaning
  • Enablers of Industry 4.0 – what are you using to leverage these transformational tools?

One unique and competitive advantage with this transformation is the Markforged Metal-X 3D Printer

We had the privilege and pleasure of hosting an Open House showcasing the Metal-X along with the composite & industrial product line (Mark 2, X3, X5, X7)

Metal X and Industrial 3D Printers Markforged Metal X Live Event on February 7 2019

What are the specifications, capabilities, and benefits of the Markforged Metal X?

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Metal Material Datasheet Stainless Steel

Sinter 1 Specifications

Wash 1 Specifications

Case Study_Stanley Black and Decker_end-use-metal

We showcased the latest in Metal 3D Printing technology from Markforged, along with the industrial product line.  Our 3D printing technical staff discussed and answered questions about the best fit, form, and function:

– Implementation of the system

– Best fit applications

– Material availability and properties

– Process for part production

If you have a six-figure budget with a Facility to house a powder bed metal printer, Staff with proper Training to handle the materials safely, and the additional Equipment required to get the parts off the build plate. Then we’re happy to sell, train and support you with a Metal X printer.  If you need 3D metal printing services, we will happily execute them with our in-house Metal X.

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You Wanted Metal 3D Printing…Come See it Live!

You’re cordially invited to CAM Logic’s Metal X Open House. Come celebrate with us as we showcase the unique capabilities of this emerging technology. Come by any time on February 7 from 4-7pm.

Markforged Metal-X-Celebration

This event will showcase the latest in Metal 3D Printing technology from Markforged, the Metal X. Attendees will learn:

– Implementation of the system

– Best fit applications

– Material availability and properties

– Process for part production

See The Entire Markforged Product Line

 – We will have composite desktop printers, industrial printers, and the new Metal X printer on display so you can see them in action!

You’ll have the opportunity to meet with CAM Logic expert applications team and talk about your specific additive projects that will work really well with the Markforged platform.

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Thinking Additive?

Best Fit and Practices for Owning a 3D Printer and How Can You Run a 3D Print from Start to Finish

The most important piece of this technology is how it can help to resolve the headaches within the manufacturing sector.  This additive technology will resolve problems like: “Will the project be done on time?”, “Will the project be done within cost”? and “The job shop we send our work out to has our job delayed.”

What is Additive Manufacturing?  It’s the process of taking a CAD design and utilizing 3D printing hardware to build a part with plastic or metal material in a layer by layer process, thus “additive manufacturing.”

What is 3D Printing? 3D printing is an additive manufacturing process that creates a physical object from a digital design. (source: 3D Hubs).  It’s adding material to create a part, whereas CNC manufacturing is subtractive manufacturing or “taking material away”.

How does 3D Printing work?  It’s a process for making a physical object from a three-dimensional digital model, typically by laying down many successive thin layers of a material. FFF works on an “additive” principle by laying down material in layers; a plastic filament is unwound from a coil of material heated in an extruder head and follows a slice path layer by layer to create a part.

Why 3D Printing? Additive isn’t just a technology for prototyping anymore. The cost of machines are very affordable and the durability/reputability of the materials available are lending to everything from the production of end-use parts and manufacturing aids.

Additive Manufacturing Growing

Where does 3D Printing technology fit in manufacturing?  The production of parts that are low in volume and complex in geometry. When it comes to creating things like manufacturing tools specific to an application, like jigs, fixtures, and check gauges additive makes a lot of sense. Parts for example that need to be held for a CMM machine may need fixturing that is specific to that one part, and a CMM may have to hundreds of parts over the span of a year that are all different, with an in-house 3D printer all those points on a part can have specific fixturing that is made quickly and in a cost-effective manner.

Check out this Additive 3D Printing presentation Presentation – Introduction to 3D Printing

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NX Mold Flow Analysis solutions

Using Mold Filling Simulation to Optimize Plastic Part Designs

NX™ software, the product development solution from Siemens PLM Software, offers a range of tools that help designers assess the moldability of plastic parts.

NX™ EasyFill Analysis, powered by Moldex3D, is an integrated mold flow simulation tool for designers to analyze plastic part design for moldability during the early stage of the product development process. EasyFill Analysis provides all the capabilities product designers need to simply execute plastic flow simulations within the NX environment. Designers can easily set up and perform an analysis with only a few simple clicks.

EasyFill Analysis provides designers with intuitive injection molding simulations fully embedded in NX. It empowers you to simply clarify if manufacturing defects would occur in your design environment. This intuitive design validation tool allows you to simulate and visualize how plastic is injected to fabricate a plastic part.

Mold analysis whitepaper: NX Moldflow Easyfill Analysis Solutions

What is NX Easy Fill Analysis? NX-easyfill-analysis-moldex3d

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JK Machine Leveraging NX for Seemless Mold Making Process

CAD/CAM Software Brings Process Automation for Mold Design, Machining

As their proud and preferred Siemens partner of Siemens’ NX integrated software, we helped JK to improve mold quality and reduce lead time by 50 percent. The plastic-injection molds are manufactured for Tier-One and Tier-Two automotive and medical device suppliers, which demand short delivery times for complex molds with better mold parting lines, better finishes and tighter tolerances.

The model-driven process in NX enables JK to develop complete mold assemblies from the CAD part models provided by their customers. When customers send revised models, the design changes automatically propagate to the mold components’ design and NC programs.

It’s quotes like this that make us ecstatic to be partnered with JK Machine: “The support we get from CAM Logic, Inc. is especially important when we get new versions of the software,” says Henry Kalkman, president of JK Machining.

For more information, check out the case study JK Machining Case Study

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FDM 3D Printing Training on October 30 @ CAM Logic

Thinking about additive? CAM Logic, a leader in Markforged 3D printing, is offering a complimentary half-day training on October 30 that will educate participants in how to properly set up, run, and maintain a Fused Deposition Modeling/Fused Filament Fabrication 3D printer. This is an excellent opportunity to learn not only best fit and practices for owning a 3D printer but also how to run a print from start to finish. 

– An overview of FDM/FFF 3D Printing Technology
– Best fit applications for 3D printing
– How to properly set up and run a Markforged 3D printing
– How to leverage and utilize the 3D printing software
– Tips and tricks to ensure your designs are optimized for 3D printing

 

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***This complimentary class will be held at CAM Logic Headquarters (650 S. Glaspie St., Oxford, MI 48371) on October 30 from 9:00 am – 12:00 pm.

***Food and beverages will be provided to attendees along with time to review specific questions pertaining to your interest in 3D printing.

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