April 24, 2006
CATIA V5 Intelligent Relational Product Design Templates
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AscendBridge Solutions Inc. will introduce their proprietary CATIA V5 Relational Product Design Intelligent Template Solutions for the Mold Tooling Market at the upcoming MoldMaking Expo (MME) being held on April 25 & 26, 2006 in Novi, Michigan.
Relational Product Design will transform Mold and Die businesses by creating the best process for designing and manufacturing molds based on cost, quality and timing. Relational Design allows organizations to take full advantage of CATIA V5’s architecture, and in conjunction with customizable intelligent templates, provides an unparalleled opportunity for this market.
“We are excited about the Relational Product Design templates that AscendBridge has developed,” says Stephen Owen, AscendBridge’s Director of Sales. “Manufacturers around the world are standardizing on CATIA V5, and the Mold Tooling industry, with its rapid engineering changes and global competitive pressures, is experiencing this progression at a dynamic pace. AscendBridge’s Mold Design and Manufacturing process is designed to provide companies with a strategic competitive advantage.”
AscendBridge will illustrate the unparalleled value of adopting the Relational Product Design Intelligent Templates process through an interactive demonstration at MME Booth # 1042.
“In today’s market, organizations that participate in the Mold Industry need to leverage their intellectual property to gain competitive advantage and to compete globally,” states David Reaume, AscendBridge’s Services Manager for Southwestern Ontario. “Adopting a relational design process will allow companies to gain that competitive edge.”
AscendBridge Solutions is a Canadian-based engineering consulting, technology services, and PLM provider that has been in business since 1989. It provides comprehensive products and services that cover the extent of the Dassault Systemes line, including CATIA, ENOVIA, and SMARTEAM. Their philosophy and approach is to deliver process-centric design software, product data management, digital manufacturing, and proprietary programs.
The unique Relational Product Design templates for the mold and die businesses will help foster best practices in processes for designing and manufacturing molds based on cost, quality, and time parameters and constraints. The Relational Design approach is intended to allow organizations employing it to optimize and exploit CATIA V5's architecture. Used in conjunction with customizable intelligent templates, this approach could provide a great opportunity for this highly competitive, cost- and time-sensitive market.
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