The MBE environment distributes complete data electronically. Every detail can be extracted and seamlessly transitioned to manufacturing, as well as further downstream, to support various operations within the enterprise – while also supporting maintenance functions.
DTB can enable highly connected and collaborative Defense Manufacturing Enterprise (DME) operations. We can also perform a thorough audit of your process and determine the steps needed to achieve MBE.
- Standards-based Commercial Off-the-Shelf (COTS) engineering data management
- ISO 10303 PLCS/S1000D bi-directional linkage between Logistics Support Analysis (LSA) Database and Common Source Database (CSDB)
- Configuration-controlled generation of required information for total life cycle management
- Delivery of 3D Technical Data Packages (TDPs)
- Legacy Data & Conversion to leverage standards and avoid obsolescence
- Real-time access to fully annotated 3D models for Performance-Based Logistics (PBL)
Benefits of 3D Modeling
There are many advantages to using 3D models, including a significant increase in the effectiveness of technical documentation. 3D tools enable companies to consolidate design methods and provide for cross-collaboration. These benefits translate into fewer design and manufacturing errors, as well as the elimination of information bottlenecks and redundant efforts.
Perhaps, the most noticeable and compelling reason to embrace these technologies is the impact on reducing time-to-completion and time-to-market. Measurable studies have shown that the reuse of information throughout the engineering process workflow reduces wasted time and expense – while improving communication and collaboration. The move to advanced information dissemination is driven by business pressures on time-to-market, product Life Cycle Costs (LCCs), and Return on Investment (ROI).
3D models benefit organizations during design and technical content development. Our authors use 3D models when writing your procedures – allowing them to understand and communicate the associations between parts, assemblies, and the corresponding procedures. Models also give our authors the ability to map the path to each part and identify obstructing assemblies that require removal.
Whenever possible, end users appreciate 3D models because they provide valuable context, minimize confusion, and reduce maintenance turnaround time. DTB can demonstrate how the use of 3D modeling can benefit your support stream throughout manufacturing, technical publications, and the complete product life cycle.
- 3D Interactive Maintenance Instructions
- 3D Assembly Instructions
- 3D Interactive Parts Catalogs and Ordering Solutions
- 3D Interactive Training Aids
- Single Source Engineering