3D Manufacturing Innovation [electronic resource] : Revolutionary Change in Japanese Manufacturing with Digital Data / by Hiroshi Toriya.

By: Toriya, Hiroshi [author.]Contributor(s): SpringerLink (Online service)Material type: TextTextLanguage: English Publisher: London : Springer London, 2008Description: XVIII, 155 p. online resourceContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781848000384Subject(s): Engineering | Computer aided design | Architectural design | Engineering design | Machinery | Business logistics | Engineering | Manufacturing, Machines, Tools | Computer-Aided Engineering (CAD, CAE) and Design | Engineering Design | Industrial Design | Production/LogisticsAdditional physical formats: Printed edition:: No titleDDC classification: 670 LOC classification: TJ241Online resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Adoption of IT by Manufacturing Industry to Enhance Competitive Strength -- Trend Toward Use of Lightweight 3D Data -- SONY’s Ideas on Expanding Lightweight 3D Data to Company-wide Use -- Benefits of Lightweight 3D Data -- Design Review in Body Design: Case Study of TOYOTA MOTOR CORPORATION -- NIKON: Use of 3D Data as a Communication Pipeline -- YAMAGATA CASIO: Digital Engineering Practiced at Injection Mold Plant and Transfer of Technological Information -- ALPINE PRECISION: Report-less and Drawing-less in Mold Making -- TOKAI RIKA: Visualization of Manufacturing Information Mold Making Using 3D Work Specifications -- CASIO: Creating Customer Manuals Using 3D Data -- KVAL: 3D Information Sharing and Its Effects at a Middle-scale Firm -- MAN Nutzfahrzeuge AG: Promoting Company-wide Process Chain Using 3D Drawings -- Using 3D Data Successfully.
In: Springer eBooksSummary: 3D design is now a key technology for effective collaboration between manufacturing companies. Since the introduction of lightweight 3D data technology, "post-3D CAD/CAM/CAE data" is now compatible for use across manufacturing, sales and marketing processes. The successful use of 3D data throughout such processes has become indispensable for the competitive strength of companies in the manufacturing industry. For a company to survive and win in the manufacturing industry, it must not only accumulate lightweight 3D data, but also share this information within the company and with related companies, and train key personnel in the use of this data. 3D Manufacturing Innovation introduces the best practices developed by Toyota, Sony, Nikon, Casio and other pioneers in the global engineering scene, providing the reader with invaluable tips for manufacturing innovation. 3D Manufacturing Innovation is a valuable guide for corporate IT managers, consultants and professionals involved in CAD/CAM/CAE, as well as for vendors of digital engineering software.
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Adoption of IT by Manufacturing Industry to Enhance Competitive Strength -- Trend Toward Use of Lightweight 3D Data -- SONY’s Ideas on Expanding Lightweight 3D Data to Company-wide Use -- Benefits of Lightweight 3D Data -- Design Review in Body Design: Case Study of TOYOTA MOTOR CORPORATION -- NIKON: Use of 3D Data as a Communication Pipeline -- YAMAGATA CASIO: Digital Engineering Practiced at Injection Mold Plant and Transfer of Technological Information -- ALPINE PRECISION: Report-less and Drawing-less in Mold Making -- TOKAI RIKA: Visualization of Manufacturing Information Mold Making Using 3D Work Specifications -- CASIO: Creating Customer Manuals Using 3D Data -- KVAL: 3D Information Sharing and Its Effects at a Middle-scale Firm -- MAN Nutzfahrzeuge AG: Promoting Company-wide Process Chain Using 3D Drawings -- Using 3D Data Successfully.

3D design is now a key technology for effective collaboration between manufacturing companies. Since the introduction of lightweight 3D data technology, "post-3D CAD/CAM/CAE data" is now compatible for use across manufacturing, sales and marketing processes. The successful use of 3D data throughout such processes has become indispensable for the competitive strength of companies in the manufacturing industry. For a company to survive and win in the manufacturing industry, it must not only accumulate lightweight 3D data, but also share this information within the company and with related companies, and train key personnel in the use of this data. 3D Manufacturing Innovation introduces the best practices developed by Toyota, Sony, Nikon, Casio and other pioneers in the global engineering scene, providing the reader with invaluable tips for manufacturing innovation. 3D Manufacturing Innovation is a valuable guide for corporate IT managers, consultants and professionals involved in CAD/CAM/CAE, as well as for vendors of digital engineering software.

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