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Ben DeMarco
11/05/02 04:43 AM
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Here at the US ARMY, National Automotive Center, we have a program called N-STEP which is investigating the use of STEP, ISO 10303 in moving from design into manufacturing. By including product data in STEP format in our technical data packages suppliers having STEP a enabled manufacturing process can save time and money in the manufacturing process making them more competitive. We would like to know how broad the use of STEP is in industry and would appreciate comments from those using STEP.

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*Seamless Integration MCAD Editor   10/01/01 12:59 PM
.*Re: Seamless Integration spitiaz   10/06/04 02:39 AM
.*Re: Seamless IntegrationBen DeMarco  11/05/02 04:43 AM
.*Re: Seamless Integrationdcp  04/15/02 11:44 AM
.*Re: Seamless Integration witchcrop   08/20/02 03:48 AM
.*Re: Seamless Integration TonyRus   10/12/01 07:07 AM
.*Re: Seamless IntegrationBrian Roepke  02/07/02 02:56 PM
.*Re: Seamless Integration catiadr   10/25/01 05:21 AM
.*Re: Seamless Integration xcalvo   10/04/01 05:02 AM
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