Erfahrungsbasierte Unterstützung des Entwicklungsprozesses mit Fokus auf Verbindungsauslegung

DFX 2012: Proceedings of the 23rd Symposium Design For X, Bamberg/Erlangen, Germany 04.-05.10.2012

Year: 2012
Editor: Dieter Krause, Kristin Paetzold, Sandro Wartzack
Author: Eigner, Martin; Ernst, Joscha; Roubanov, Daniil
Series: DfX
Institution: TU Kaiserslautern
Section: Leichtbau
Page(s): 163-174
ISBN: 978-3-941492-51-6


the manufacturing costs of a product are much more determined by engineering than by production. To reduce these costs it is necessary to engage the understanding and the interaction between these two departments. Although the aim of Design for Assembly (DfA) is a better integration of these disciplines, currently there are still gaps in the systemic support. Connecting elements is crucial for assembly operations. These are used by the production department during the physical assembly and during the virtual assembly by the design department. Therefore connecting elements act as a link between these two departments. At first they need to be classified, then an analysis can be performed for each of the classes to find characteristic parameters. These parameters are needed to create a data model for saving the assembly-relevant data in a system independent and neutral way. A possible place for storing this data is a PDM system. There the data could be attached to the manufacturing bill of material (M-BOM). On the CAD system side this data should be made available by CADfeatures. Those should include the geometric and technical assembly andmanufacturing-related information.

Keywords: engineering processes

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