CIDEON Engineering Workspace

Report
MA5938-V Integrating Autodesk® Inventor® with SAP
and Utilizing Model Structure for Production Planning
Alexander Crane
CIDEON consultant SAP PLM
© 2012 Autodesk
Class Summary
This class will focus on the utilization of SAP software to manage complex
design information from within Autodesk Inventor. You will discover how
Inventor can be integrated with SAP to provide a functional engineering
platform. Discover how you can use your Autodesk Inventor assembly
structures to easily create and assign SAP® materials and bills of
materials (BOMs). These are used downstream for production planning
and procurement activities, thereby synchronizing your engineering data
directly with your overall manufacturing process. You will also learn how
you can use the Autodesk Inventor BOM functionality so that engineering
intent is always reflected in your production BOM.
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Learning Objectives
At the end of this class, you will understand:
 Inventor with SAP PLM as a functional engineering platform
 Inventor modeling as the source of SAP Materials & BOMs
 Update of the BOM in Inventor from SAP – synch with manufacturing
 Utilize the Engineering Work Space for multi-CAD and non-CAD
management
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Brief overview of CIDEON
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CIDEON Milestones
2010
2008/09
2006/07
2004/05
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• First Customers in
2002 America and Asia
• SAP quality certification
• CIDEON becomes
SAP World Class Partner
• Office Philadelphia
• Worldwide more than
10.000 SAP CAD
Integrations for Autodesk
• SAP partnership for
• “Special Expertise
Partner SAP PLM”
• Development Partner for
SAP PLM Microstation
Integration
• SolidWorks Gold
Partner Certification
• Autodesk Certification
Inventor 2009 - 2012
compatible
SAP CAD SolidWorks
and Solid Edge
Integrations
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CIDEON America, Inc.
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PDM Implementations with SAP PLM
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Deployment of full set of SAP functionality
 Replacement of PDM systems
 Full SAP Integration of the design process
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Over 15 years PLM experience and successful growth
Over 120 successful PLM projects world wide
300 consultants and engineers
Service and Sales office in Philadelphia, PA
SAP world class development partner for:
Autodesk – AutoCAD & Inventor
 SolidWorks
 Solid Edge and
 Microstation
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The SAP Partner Program
RESELLER
SAP xApps/
Reseller Partner
Powered by
SAP NetWeaver
SAP NetWeaver certified
Certified for SAP NetWeaver™
Non-certified integration to
SAP NetWeaver
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CIDEON Portfolio for SAP PLM
SAP PLM
Integration
for CAD
CAD
Collaboration
View & Output
Management
Import PDM
CIDEON Conversion Engine
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Worldwide References
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North American References
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Purpose: Demonstrate integration of
Inventor with SAP PLM
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Benefits:
• Direct integration of SAP into Inventor
• Consistent CAD, engineering, PLM & manufacturing data
• Complete PLM solution for Inventor
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Demo
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Interface overview
 Creating new documents
 Linking SAP and iProperty values
 Automatic part numbering/file naming
 Working with assemblies, drawings and presentations
 Automatic creation of neutral files
 Managing document status
 Content Center support
 Creating and assigning materials
 BOM Creation
 Global BOM support
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Overview of use
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Interface overview
SAP Ribbon
SAP Browser
SAP Dialogs
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Creating new documents
SAP as network file storage
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Linking SAP and iProperty values
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Automatic part numbering/file naming
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Assemblies, Drawings and Presentations
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Automatic creation of neutral files
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Managing document status
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Content Center support
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Linking to materials
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BOM Creation
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Global BOM support
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Demo Review
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Interface overview
 Creating new documents
 Linking SAP and iProperty values
 Automatic part numbering/file naming
 Working with assemblies, drawings and presentations
 Automatic creation of neutral files
 Managing document status
 Content Center support
 Creating and assigning materials
 BOM Creation
 Global BOM support
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Engineering Work Space
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A Typical Engineering Workspace
Software
Search &
Find
Analysis
Tools
eCAD
ECM
Office
CAD
Projects
28
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Our answer …
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CIDEON Engineering Workspace
Backend driven Object browser
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Based on the needs of the company / user
Based on existing or implicit structures in SAP
Based on classic PLM
Based on PLM 7.x
Drag and Drop
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Browser  Browser
File system  Browser
Browser  Application
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CIDEON Engineering Workspace
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Enterprise Search
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User defined Searches
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User defined Scopes
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CIDEON Engineering Workspace
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Backend driven Details
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Previews
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3D Viewing
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Business Context Viewer
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Drag and Drop of Files
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Open File and Save Files
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CIDEON Engineering Workspace
CAD Integration
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Mechanical
Electrical
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Office Integration
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Integration for any authoring
Tool
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CIDEON Engineering Workspace
zero
administration
client
prioritized task
packages
multithreaded
asynchronous
data access
intuitive,
state-of-the-art UI
backend driven
business logic
PLM 7 and NGCI
service
integration
easy to
enhance
Preview
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CIDEON Engineering Workspace
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CIDEON Engineering Workspace
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Wrap up
Contact: Alex Crane
CIDEON America, Inc.
[email protected]
+1.484.532.7800
© 2012 Autodesk
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services offerings, and specifications and pricing at any time without notice, and is not responsible for typographical or graphical errors that may appear in this document. © 2012 Autodesk, Inc. All rights reserved.
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