Lattice Technology Blog

Heavy Equipment Manufacturer Adopts XVL to Streamline Processes

Posted by Erik Freeman on Wed, 05 Jun, 2019 @ 12:09 PM

XVL used as the single-point-of-truth for the enterprise to dramatically shorten time-to-market 

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

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