By adding their custom workflows to existing Rand 3D Creo content, this customer was able to create tailore...
This client chose Rand 3D for their knowledge, experience, and commitment to create and deliver customized training content for their 600+ engineers.
By adding their custom workflows to existing Rand 3D Creo content, this customer was able to create tailored online classes to train their users across the country.
See how Rand 3D developed a customized, step-by-step guide for the simulation of a plastic flat pattern folding over curved ruled and non-ruled surfaces in CATIA
See how Rand 3D developed a VB script for automatic model checking, with the report generated in Excel
This customer needed a solution for checking the hole alignments without having the fasteners in the model. See how Rand 3D developed a VB application for fully automated hole alignment checks.
See how Rand 3D helped this customer when they needed a process for evaluating the strength of their products using CATIA’s FEA.
See how Rand 3D developed a library of templates for typical technological holes
The customer was manually creating points on a CATIA 3D model’s surface, then putting the point coordinates into a text file, which was read by the CMM machine. We helped automate the process.
The customer needed a solution for automated hole table generation, which we were able to do with VB scripts. Changing a manual process to automatic.
Learn about the custom VB script Rand 3D created to fully automate BOM generation and export.
The customer needed to have a process for evaluating joint stiffness using CATIA’s Finite Element Analysis (FEA). We developed a step-by-step guide for body joint stiffness using FEA analysis.
The customer needed an automated solution for the 3D Annotation creation. We were able to develop a VB application to automate the 3D Annotation Creation with the information they needed.
Learn how a diversified manufacturer empowered their internal training team by providing customized ENOVIA courseware that included references to their specific process maps.
With company-specific models used in class exercises, students could work with parts and components that were familiar to them, allowing the manufacturer to get their CATIA users up to speed quickly.