Introduction of Powerful PDM Solution for Inventor CAD software
PDM Studio is multi-CAD compatible, and it presently supports Inventor and Solid Edge, NX, and Solid works, even in combination.
FREMONT, CA: PDM Studio offers product data management for small and medium-sized businesses that use Autodesk Inventor, a parametric 3D CAD solution. The CAD Partner GmbH PDM system's features can be accessed directly from Inventor.
PDM Studio analyzes and captures the inner structure of even complex file relationships and makes it available to the user as part of the CAD integration. PDM Studio is multi-CAD compatible, and it presently supports Inventor and Solid Edge, NX, and Solid works, even in combination.
CAD data and other related data such as NC codes, Word and Excel documents, and customer e-mails can be handled centrally and made available across the organization. Because machines and plants are getting increasingly smarter and their product data proportionally more complicated, this enables machine and plant manufacturers to handle their perplexing volumes of data and acquire a decisive competitive advantage in the future.
Individual configurations are becoming more common, even with conventional equipment. For documentation and support, these must be assigned to the proper customer and made traceable. This is made possible by this effective product data management solution, which speeds up information retrieval and does work in design, production, sales, and servicing easier.
Many functions are included in the standard scope of PDM Studio, such as a where-used list, life cycle representation, revision history, batch metadata processing, and project management. Additional services, such as Microsoft Office integration, a geometric search, or an editor for automating normal procedures without programming skills, cater to an organization's specific needs. This editor, which is commonly used in sheet metal processing, eliminates human errors, frees personnel from regular duties, and saves time. PDM Studio also has interfaces for more than 130 applications and data sources, including SAP S/4 HANA, Sales force, and Microsoft Azure.
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