Mon, 04/18/2016 – 17:42
How well do you understand Product Realization?
Aerospace and Defense companies such as yours are looking for ways to gain insight into program decisions that impact cost, timing and quality. To effectively compete and achieve program execution excellence, you need to make manufacturing a core part of the development process.
Put your Product Realization knowledge to test with this pop quiz. Complete the short quiz and be entered to win one of two $50 Amazon gifts cards!
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It is the final phase of the project
It is a process-driven approach to the entire manufacturing lifecycle starting with “Concept to build” through “Build to delivery”
It is the decision that a design meets all requirements of OEMs and suppliers
Through simulation of production alternatives to virtually verify the manufacturing processes and tooling throughout the entire manufacturing lifecycle – full digital twin
Through concurrent maturing of manufacturing processes and tooling with the design thus impacting the design prior to release
Through integration of advanced manufacturing technologies and automation with the ability to virtually commission robotics and CNC equipment
Through the ability to trace a requirement to a design feature to an inspection within the electronic work instructions – complete digital thread
Through the ability to easily and electronically compare the as-designed to as-built for delivery – complete digital thread
All of the above
The program team can make manufacturing decisions concurrently with the product design
Reduces the number of program changes and ensures smooth transition from product development to production
Links requirements to individual test request, test procedure and instrumentation
Provides the early digital twin to enable virtual verification as the digital twin matures along with product design
Seamless delivery of 3D work instructions from PLM to MES
Shop floor access to released computer numerical control (CNC) programs
Ability to digitally compare the as-built to as-designed in a single system
Ability to virtually commission robotics and automation
All of the above
None of the above