Creating a Custom Application is mainly for improving the customer interface with usage of Creo. The main objective to create Creo custom Application is to identifying the pain points of the customer and giving them the best point solutions. Thus by the enhancement on Creo by providing the Point solution helps the customer to perform the work easier, quicker and errorless.
AutoMouldBase is an add-on Module for HPDC manufacturing companies by using Creo (Pro/ENGINEER). AMB collects the basic information of the component and other required parameters in various forms to automatically produce complete mould base assembly, Mold base assembly drawings, Parts detail drawings & BOM as output. Entire calculations, validation and model creation happens in the backend through complex algorithms and codes.
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Design Process Automation
In order to reduce your Product Development Process, we introduced a solution called Design Process Automation. We will create our own Application for automating your design process. It will reduce your design time by 50 – 90%. Just by feeding the input parameters, you will get the whole design of the product including the 2D drawing and BOM. Thus it is very much essentials for improving efficiency, Time to Market and Cost of the Product Development Process.
Build Design Templates
Create Custom Applications
Entire PDP Automation
Build Company Standard Components Library
This technology suite is comprised of multiple applications. We build unique web-based interfaces for Company Standard Components members that want to find and receive care, physicians that need to review their patients’ health history, and Care Guides that assist members with any health needs that arise. And while most of our users only ever log into one of these applications, there is enormous value in developing and using a single, powerful set of components that embody the Company brand.
To create a uniform experience, Company decided to develop a shared component library that unifies interactions and visuals across systems. By building a library accessible to Company's front-end and mobile engineers across the organization, we also hoped to create a more consistent development environment for our tech team.
In Company's earlier component libraries, we used a building-block approach by nesting well-defined and relatively simple components many times over. This approach allowed for a high degree of flexibility, and was easy to implement with React. Over time, however, this approach became verbose and lacked modularity. Larger components’ functionality depended on the correct usage and ordering of many components, as well as strict configuration for data being passed on properly. While this design didn’t directly affect users, it made development more tedious and slowed engineers unnecessarily.
Build Standard Features Library
Integrated Technology : Begin the design process with a thorough understanding of the technological requirements of the space, including anticipated future needs.
Shelving systems: Depending on the particular needs of a library space, shelving systems can be integrated into the design of the room or installed as modular and adaptable units.
Heavy floor loads: Library stacks and records storage are typically designed for a 150 LB/SF live load.
Acoustic and Visual Privacy : Library space types will typically include reading and private work/study areas that require acoustic and visual separation from general circulation and work areas. Program these spaces in relation to public access to shelving for self-service.
Special Lighting : Establishing lighting zones at the beginning of the design process. Differentiate between the lighting needs for shelving, circulation, reading and workrooms. Consider energy efficient lighting.
Occupancy : Occupancy Group Classification for the Library space type is Assembly Occupancy for libraries of 5,000 SF or greater, and Business Occupancy B2 with sprinklered protected construction, and GSA Acoustical Class C1 for spaces smaller that 5,000 SF and for enclosed offices.
Implement Model Check
Model checking has proven to be a successful technology to verify requirements and design for a variety of real-time embedded and safety-critical systems. Here's how it works.
Before you even start writing code on a project, you face the chronic problem of software development: flawed design requirements. It makes sense to find flaws up front because flawed requirements breed bugs that you have to get rid of later, often at a high cost to the project and the bottom line.
In the last decade or so, the computer science research community has made tremendous progress in developing tools and techniques for verifying requirements and design. The most successful approach that's emerged is called model checking. When combined with strict use of a formal modeling language, you can automate your verification process fairly well. In this article, I'll introduce you to model checking and show you how it works.
Model checking is the most successful approach that's emerged for verifying requirements. The essential idea behind model checking is shown in Figure 1. A model-checking tool accepts system requirements or design (called models) and a property (called specification) that the final system is expected to satisfy. The tool then outputs yes if the given model satisfies given specifications and generates a counterexampleotherwise. The counterexample details why the model doesn't satisfy the specification. By studying the counterexample, you can pinpoint the source of the error in the model, correct the model, and try again. The idea is that by ensuring that the model satisfies enough system properties, we increase our confidence in the correctness of the model. The system requirements are called models because they represent requirements or design.
Implement Model Check.
Custom Application for Validation.
Implement Creo Standards
Build Company Standard Component Libraries & Standard Feature Libraries
Monitor Creo Module/License Usage and Utilization.
Customized Application that simplifies Creo Installation & Configuration.
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