Hello and Welcome to the Week in Review! This is the weekly blog post for a quick overview of what happened in the DELMIA Communities this past week. However, there is a lot more than what is shown below – visit the communities to see the exchange of information and ideas between members and DELMIA experts.
With eight active communities, you are sure to find at least one to suit your DELMIA interests. We welcome you to connect with us, exchange and share on the DELMIA Communities. We look forward to seeing you there!
Global Operations Community
Adopting Lean – What the Experts Say!
Just released – a new DELMIA whitepaper on adopting Lean in business operations. Thanks to three Lean thought leaders, we have developed a strategic discussion document on the benefits and considerations of adopting Lean across manufacturing and (especially) other disciplines in business. This document would be perfect for any companies that are struggling with how and where to introduce or expand Lean principles within their operational teams.
Read more in the Community.
Manufacturing Operations Management Community
DCTF – CLIR Scenario Narrated Video 2/5 – Part 1 – Report Problem & Determine Issue Domain
This is the second part of the series of narrated videos (5 in total) for the CLIR scenario. After the introduction video, from this video, we go into live software demonstration. The demo is divided into 4 parts. In Part 1 – Report Problem & Determine Issue Domain, shop floor operator found issue during assembly work.
Learn more in the Community.
Machining R2022x – New User Interface
Learn about the new User Interface in R2022X Machining!
Learn about it in the Community.
Virtual Factory & Robotics Community
New Polishing and Blasting Robot simulation
In order to continuously offering more and more robotics processes, we extended our “surface robot programmer” role by new dedicated functionalities to simulate and program robots during polishing and abrasive blasting operations. Engineers can now simulate the surface exposure of polishing processes or abrasive blasting to validate and optimize their robot operations.
Learn more and watch the video in the Community.
Thank you for reading and we’ll see you next week! In the meantime, don’t forget to stay up to date with the DELMIA Communities.