2 Smart AssemblyA next generation capability in assembly systems and technologies which integrate “virtual” and “real time” methods in order to achieve dramatic improvements in productivity, lead-time, and agility.DASSAULT SYSTEMES - Date Page
3 Product & Process Knowledge Smart AssemblyA next generation capability in assembly systems and technologies which integrate “virtual” and “real time” methods in order to achieve dramatic improvements in productivity, lead-time, and agility.INTELLECTUALPROPERTYVIRTUALNon Tangible AssetsProduct & Process KnowledgeTangible AssetsREALOPERATIONSPHYSICALProductionDASSAULT SYSTEMES - Date Page
4 Vision: Using Smart Product / Resource Data to drive the Assembly Process Driving the assembly Process with Product & Resource:RequirementsAttributesCapabilitiesResponds to engineering changes and new configurationsProductDataResourceDASSAULT SYSTEMES - Date Page
5 Vision: 3D-only paperless engineering design to Vision: 3D-only paperless engineering design to manufacturing planning and executionCapture and share overall design intent & engineering specifications within the 3D modelCompletely define Engineering Requirements within the 3D model, eliminating the need for 2D drawingsAll engineering requirements including specifications, tolerances, flag notes, standard parts, etc. are directly usable and reconcilable within V5 (Geometry-based) Mfg Process PlanningAllows configured mfg planning evolution without forcing corresponding engineering changesEnables process-driven MBOM-Export from the single data model to part ordering systemsProvides the ability to automate reconciliation and auditing of engineering requirements useTightens the collaboration between engineering and mfg teamsDesignPlanExecuteDASSAULT SYSTEMES - Date Page
6 Leverage knowledge contained in design and mfg planning definition to automatically generate detailed shop floor work instructionsReuse knowledge contained within the 3D model, such as engineering requirements, to “auto-generate” configurable, template-based shop floor instructions directing executionAutomate 3D work instruction authoring and delivery to the shop floor for a specific configuration / effectivity rangeWork instructions self-adapt to design changes, thus reducing authoring time/effort and improving detail accuracyEnable efficient planning of multiple models and configurations in the same Process Plan, while delivering accurate shop floor instructions per line/tail/serial number based on configurationDASSAULT SYSTEMES - Date Page
7 Vision: Leverage knowledge contained in design and mfg planning definition to automatically generate Robot & PLC programsFor Production EngineerProcess Planning and ValidationFor Production SystemsFor Control Engineer Design and Validate the Controlof Production SystemsReuse knowledge contained within the 3D model, to generate and validate robot and PLC programsProvide the concurrent engineering environment for Production Engineer and Control EngineerPrograms would self-adapt to design changes, thus reducing reprogramming time/effortEnable efficient programming of multiple models and configurations in the same programDASSAULT SYSTEMES - Date Page
8 Challenges of Smart Assembly What are the tough implementation problems (infrastructure, standards) that must be solved to make “smart assembly” a reality?
9 Historic Model - Internal & External Suppliers build-to-print Build-to-print requires that all product specifications that drive (manufacturing and) assembly must be communicated and maintained constantlyIn most cases still “drawing based” even if the drawing is communicated electronicallySupplier has to review each drawing in detail to understand requirementsNot easily accessible to a Smart Assembly solutionModel Based DefinitionRequirements and attributes are contained in the CAD model of components and assemblies or maintained in the PLM systemMore easily available to Smart Assembly solution but no standardsSuppliers must maintain interface capabilities to the CAD, PDM/PLM and Knowledge systems of each of their customersToday’s use of STEP does not provide an effective communication of engineering requirements between CAD systemsspecifications, tolerances, flag notes, weld symbols, etcDASSAULT SYSTEMES - Date Page
10 Outsourcing Model – Design & Build OEM is a system integratorOEM communicates requirements to Partner / Supplier who designs and builds componentsEliminates much of the data transmittal problems associated with the build-to-print business modelMinimizes problems of disparate CAD, PDM, and Knowledge systems between OEM and SupplierNeed a standard model for communicating form, fit, function and interface requirements to:Facilitate communications with suppliersProvide the ability to obtain competitive quotes on a well understood set of requirementsAerosudKorean AirKAINippiKawasakiFuji HeavyMatsushitaJAMCOShinMaywaMitsubishiSACSAICAIDC/ICASBHA (JV)HindustanAeronauticsLimitedSingaporeTechnologiesAsian Composites Mfg. (JV)XACCACHellenicAerospaceIAI/BedekTAICASARomaeroAlenia/OANBAeSmiths Ind.Rolls RoyceTRW/LucasMATIS (JV)CFMISnecmaLabinalShortsParker HannifinHexcelGoodrichCFMUnited Tech.Carlyle (Vought)HoneywellMexmilALCOARockwell CollinsLucasTRW/Magellan GroupTorontoWinnipegFisherVSMPOAero VodochodyMielec Ltd.WZK PZLMAESASCOTAPCMelbourneBankstownMoscow Design CenterDubaiSeattleLondonAmsterdamBeijingGEOnamac Machine WorksRohrTAECO(JV)Corinth/IrvingWichitaLong BeachPuget SoundArnprior60 sites, 300 suppliers : The Extended Enterprise for the 787.DASSAULT SYSTEMES - Date Page
11 Challenges Build-to-print Design and build CAD translations including features, attributes and requirements dataPDM / PLM interoperability for product structure, attributes, requirementsInteroperability between knowledge management systemsChange and configuration management of the aboveDesign and buildAbility to communicate and manage change of requirements forFormFitFunctionInterfaceMethodology and standards for OEM to validate integrationCore Manufacturing Simulation Data Information Model (CMSDIM)DASSAULT SYSTEMES - Date Page
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