Top 21 Everyday User Challenges Solved with INCAT(R) Application
Explaining the latest INCAT internal research, Dan Miles, Manager, Technical Services for the INCAT General Manufacturing Solutions (GMS) Group said, "Working closely with our clients who are using Inventor to aid in product development, we have identified 21 areas in product design, assembly design and documentation where there is the greatest potential for problems; and found that these can be identified 35 percent sooner through the use of iCHECK."
Miles noted that the use of such applications is growing rapidly in a market that demands higher quality and faster time to market. "iCHECK is the only such application available on the market for use with Inventor," he added.
Tom Hallenbeck, iCHECK Development Manager for INCAT, added, "We are serious about delivering technology that enables our clients to realize earlier problem-solving and discernable leaps in productivity. As we continue to push the envelope, we are keen to give companies the ability to validate their best practices and methodologies with our software applications. iCHECK for Inventor is a reflection of our commitment to our clients and to that mission."
iCHECK is the ideal tool for helping designers who pick up a file where another designer has left off. Three simple, everyday examples include; navigation of existing sketches that are not fully constrained, working with assemblies with adaptive features turned ON, and manipulating drawings that contain override dimensions. In each case the designer's productivity can be compromised by unrecognized problems or deviations from standards, but with iCHECK, each of conditions can be verified with minimal user interaction and can be solved in just a few seconds.
To find out the other 18 everyday user challenges that INCAT research has identified and for information about how iCHECK helps designers working in Inventor overcome those challenges, go to www.incat.com/icheckinventor.
INCAT, founded in 1989, is a Tata Technologies company. The company is a global leader in Enterprise IT Services and Engineering Services Outsourcing (ESO) to the global manufacturing industry. INCAT, through its pragmatic approach to engineering and manufacturing processes and its unique-in-the- industry Global Delivery Model, delivers best-in-class solutions for Product Lifecycle Management (PLM), Enterprise Resource Management (ERP) and Application Development and Maintenance (ADM) to the world's leading automotive, aerospace and durable goods manufacturers and their suppliers.
INCAT is headquartered in the United States (Novi, Michigan), India (Pune) and the UK (Luton). Tata Technologies is headquartered in Singapore. INCAT has a combined global work force of more than 4,000 employees serving clients worldwide from facilities in North America, Europe and the Asia-Pacific region. www.incat.com
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