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CAE, Civil, GIS, Animation, and Development of Windows-based and Web-based Applications through its seasoned industry professionals having considerable experience and understanding of these areas. Eng-Tips’s functionality depends on members receiving e-mail. By joining you are opting in to receive e-mail. I don’t enjoy the circular process of turning my 2D concept sketches into 3D CAD geometry, to only revert it back to a 2D engineering drawingsseems wasteful. I don’t like having to update changes in two places. Hence, I’m very excited about moving to the new ASME Y14. What does the forum think about using Adobe 3D as a standard exchange format for ASME Y14.
Vendors can measure , section, and study the part to their hearts desire. In addition, it lends to easy revision management using current PDM solutionsand the list goes on. It seems like the biggest hurdle is affordable CMM inspection equipment. And no, I don’t work for Adobe or its subsidiaries. But to answer your question, it sounds like you answered your own question!
And educational institutes, they are definitely overkill for the projects you’ll be dealing with. At least not too much, i seem to remember someone saying they made screen shots of the PMI on the model. Especially those of you having to actually make the parts, factor down to . I’ll work with my vendors to implement the system and train them is using the information provided — i just thought someone would be able to apply some previously developed technique that reads certain SWX information, it behooves us to give the fabricator the best information possible.
While I haven’t any experience using Adobe 3D, I have recieved customer files in their native format using this standard, and it seems to be the wave of the future. I think it will be awhile though before it is fully accepted, as their are too many old school fabricators who don’t seem to want to fool with it. The same thing was said of CAD when it was first being used, and look where we are today. Believe it if you need it or leave it if you dare. The question is just how far of is that future. For some sectors it’s here, and has been for a while. For others it seems it’s still a ways off.
I’ve looked into it a little and for my organization the leap to MBD is probably a ways off for various reasons. Acrobat 3D is one option but I’ve also heard JT being pushed hard as well. I agree that another large hurdle is getting job shop guys on board. In addition to inexpensive ways to inspect against the 3D file. One note regarding the job shop. Theres to many dimension, just send an IGES and point out the critical tolerances.