Zuken’s Most Watched Webinars of 2017
As the year winds down, we invite you to check out our most viewed webinars of 2017. The Technical Webinar Series is a blend of forward looking topics like Model Based Systems Engineering and every day design challenges. We hope you find the webinar format useful and engaging.
The 2018 Technical Webinar Series planning is well under way and we are working hard to make next year even better. The first webinar of 2018 is called, “Keeping up with Tomorrow’s Power Demands,” and discusses how a new, smart and dependable power infrastructure is being designed. Scheduled for Wednesday, January 17 at 2:00 PM EST, you can learn more here. We hope to see you there.
How to Detail a Harness to Reduce Manufacturing Costs and Time
This webinar, hosted by Sanu Warrier, details the process of creating wire harness quotations and the design detail needed to test and manufacture simple and complex harnesses. The demo includes the easiest methods to add required information into a drawing without increasing design time. Though the software used to illustrate the solution is Harness Builder for E3.series, these best practices and tips are universally applicable to the industry.
Wire Harness Manufacturing from Cost Estimates to Testing
This joint webinar with Cirris Systems shows the ease of standard part selection from Harness Builder’s library to facilitate quick and accurate customer cost estimates and quotations. Hosted by Zuken’s Paul Harvell and Cirris’ Kevin Ellsworth, this webinar follows through the design cycle, detailing a manufacturing formboard and direct exports to Cirris wire harness test systems and wire cut/strip and labeling machines.
What’s New in E3.series 2017
Hosted by Zuken’s Sanu Warrier, this webinar showcases the latest version of our Windows-based system for the design of wiring and control systems, hydraulics and pneumatics. Sanu demonstrates workflows that help engineers improve productivity in industries such as aerospace, harness manufacturing and industrial machinery. E3.series 2017 contains new and enhanced functionality that boosts productivity throughout all phases of engineering, from design to manufacture.
Best Practices for Using Temporary or Quick Turn Parts
This webinar, hosted by Zuken’s Tom Warneke, covers best practices for using and managing temporary parts in a design process. It includes a demonstration using a design data management system. Learn how to prevent a temporary part from slipping through the release process and into manufacturing, all while tracking and managing parts throughout the design cycle.
Improve Design Data Security Across Your Enterprise
In this webinar, Zuken’s Shawn Larson examines the challenges behind design data security and explores solutions available today. Topics include a project-oriented design approach, limited user visibility on the library and design level, and how to physically locate an IP.