Lattice Technology Blog

World’s Second Largest Ship Builder Uses XVL in their Digital Manufacturing Initiative to Improve Manufacturing Processes

Posted by Chris Hughes on Thu, 07 Mar, 2019 @ 10:47 AM

Japan Marine United needed a more intuitive way, that was cost-effective, for their workers to understand their complex assembly processes that could also accommodate their extremely large models

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Tags: engineering processes, Lightweight & Accurate 3D Format, Interactive Assembly Instructions, Work Instructions, Assembly Process Planning, Concurrent Engineering, Lattice News

Use Case: EIZO Corporation Global Manufacturer uses XVL to Improve Quality, Reduce Errors and Shorten Development Time

Posted by Chris Hughes on Mon, 19 Nov, 2018 @ 04:42 PM

Use Case: EIZO Corporation using XVL

Global Manufacturer of High-End Display Systems uses XVL to Improve Quality, Reduce Errors and Shorten Development Time

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Tags: 3D Visualization & Sharing, Manufacturing Processes, Lightweight & Accurate 3D Format, Assembly Process Planning, Quality, Concurrent Engineering

Collaboration the Key to Reducing Time To Market

Posted by Chris Hughes on Thu, 23 Jun, 2016 @ 02:00 PM

Collaboration Drives Ultra-Fast Order Turnaround and Reduces Man-Power by 90% for Die and Mold Company by Using XVL from Lattice Technology

Enterprise Information Portal

In order to provide ultra-fast turnaround, Tsubamex (manufacturer of tooling and molds in Japan) implemented a collaborative production process that includes all functional areas in the company — from sales to finishing. At the center of the collaboration is the Enterprise Information Portal (EIP) containing all of the information about a customer’s order and the parts to be manufactured. The EIP is powered by Lattice Technology’s XVL-based solutions, allowing anyone to easily access an accurate 3D model of the parts and the associated data — using even light-weight devices like Apple® iPads®. Eighty percent of their 120 employees use the portal to complete their job, creating an efficient collaboration environment for ensuring a quality product is produced efficiently and delivered with industry-leading speed.

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Tags: Concurrent Engineering

Concurrent Downstream Documentation — For the Engineering & Manufacturing Company

Posted by Bill Barnes on Tue, 03 Mar, 2015 @ 07:55 PM

This blog post is about considerations for how to speed the completion of the “complete product” by enabling concurrent processes downstream from engineering—namely documentation. A previous blog post regarding how Honda uses Lattice Technology solutions is referenced.

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Tags: 3D Visualization & Sharing, Quality, Concurrent Engineering