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Peter De Strijker

LO-DM20: Model Based Definition & Industry 4.0

(Duration 58:46)

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Key Learning

Key Learning

  • What is Model based definition
  • Manucaturing process optimisation
  • importance of tolerancing
  • Bridge to CNC

Materials

Materials

Description

Description

Learn what Model Based Definition (MBD) means from an industry perspective. There are clear indications of adoption of model-based practices in the industry, including the growing popularity of the STEP AP242 standard. A decade in the making, Inventor customers will finally see Model Based Definition (MBD) capabilities in the product. And how! We’ve built the solution on mature, industry-leading technologies integrated seamlessly into Inventor. In this session, we will review the full set of capabilities that customers will be able to use to reduce their dependence on 2D drawings and digitize their design-to-manufacturing processes.

Target Audience

Target Audience

Facility Manager, Manufacturing Engineer, Mechanical Engineer, Mechanical Engineering, Production and Operations Manager, System Engineer

Speakers

Speakers

Peter De Strijker

Peter De Strijker is an application engineer / industrial manufacturing for Autodesk, Inc. He is responsible for driving the Autodesk manufacturing sales channel in the Benelux region in Europe. Before joining Autodesk, Peter worked as mechanical design engineer at a Belgian marine engine and gearbox manufacturer. He is a graduated engineer with a degree in electromechanics.

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Published

  • 2017
  • LO-DM20
  • AU London

Software

  • Inventor

Industry

  • General Manufacturing and Product Design

Topics

  • Digital Manufacturing