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DATE

2008

AUTHORS

Hiroshi Toriya

ABSTRACT

Lightweight 3D data is useful throughout design and manufacturing. Of course it also benefits local applications. However, it is always important consider overall optimization when promoting 3D data. SONY is a company that has practiced this. They started using XVL in 2003 and learned how to use 3D data in their trial production processes. They learned that it was not easy to achieve best practice; people in downstream processes found it difficult to obtain 3D CAD data during the design process as well as identify which is the correct 3D data. To resolve these problems, SONY built a 3D data information distribution system to exchange XVL data with all their employees. Because they had such an information infrastructure, any department could use 3D data freely when they wanted. The company also launched projects to promote use of 3D data at the same time, which helped increase awareness of the usefulness of 3D data amongst their employees. Such endeavors at SONY were pioneered by SONY GLOBAL SOLUTIONS (SGS), which provides the IT infrastructure for the whole of the SONY group. Leading these endeavors were Mr. Watanabe, head of the Engineering Solution Division, and Mr. Sekiya, head of the Engineering Information Solutions Division. The person responsible for building the actual infrastructure was Mr. Yoshii. Mr. Tsukamoto supervised the introduction and promotion of XVL. This chapter discusses how the leading Japanese company SONY started to use 3D data. Their experience in building a 3D data distribution infrastructure should serve as an important reference to companies planning company-wide use of 3D data. More... »

PAGES

21-31

Book

TITLE

3D Manufacturing Innovation

ISBN

978-1-84800-037-7
978-1-84800-038-4

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