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• Huge savings in tooling rework, design iterations, scrap, customer loyalty.
• Proven corporate application in fortune 50...
Sample clients using Enventive
Sample clients using Enventive
•Intensive time pressure to get
a.s.a.p. in production and on the
market (solve costly Problems).
•Sometimes forgotten due...
Solution Desired by Customers…
• Managers want pushbutton tolerance
analysis from CAD system
• This solution does not curr...
Enventive – Evaluating return on investment:
Voice of
Customer
Pilot Program
(Soft Tooling)
Production
Release
(Hard Tooli...
Enventive – Evaluating return on investment:
Statistical analysis and optimisation of complex designs in early
stages of t...
Enventive – Evaluating return on investment:
Design Definition based on statistical optimisation.
Exhaustive small contrib...
↘Tooling changes – pre-production problems.
↘Manufacturing costs. ↘ Design Iterations.
Enventive – Evaluating return on in...
Enventive – Evaluating return on investment:
Ability for engineers to « perturb » their designs and understand its
behavio...
• Better satisfaction and confidence from customers, due to the fact that robust design methods can be the
basis for takin...
Enventive – Evaluating return on investment:
Is Enventive easy to use ?
Our engineering team has been able to use Enventiv...
Enventive – Evaluating return on investment:
How much does it cost ?
Software:
Worldwide presence:
US based company. Partn...
Enventive – Evaluating return on investment:
How much does it cost ?
Training:
£6,000 plus trainers hotel and traveling ex...
Alan Smith
Sales Agent, Enventive Engineering
UK, Ireland & Scandinavia
alan.smith@enventive.com
+44 (0)7791 024092
www.en...
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  1. 1. • Huge savings in tooling rework, design iterations, scrap, customer loyalty. • Proven corporate application in fortune 500 industrial companies. • Unique technology and fastest growing MCAD company. • Management Buy-out 2001, Boston USA • First re-developed product delivery: 2005 • Average growth over last 8 years: 40% • We have been busy ! “Enventive has enabled our mechanism design engineers to literally start thinking again in order to make the right decisions on their preliminary designs problems. This allows us to avoid various types of costly late stage problems in our design and industrialization processes” Norbert Hertling, Engineering Director – Lear Corporation Gmbh Recent Quote from Client (there are many more) Cost/Benefits Company Background
  2. 2. Sample clients using Enventive
  3. 3. Sample clients using Enventive
  4. 4. •Intensive time pressure to get a.s.a.p. in production and on the market (solve costly Problems). •Sometimes forgotten due to time and pressure constraints. •Results not interpreted and valued. Simply sent to customer for justification. •Complex problems Require engineering change requests or tooling changes, meaning time and costs. •The probability to have problems in production/assembly/usage is much higher •Tolerance analysis is a bottleneck in the development & industrialisation process. Typical process for optimizing of design for robustness Voice of Customer Product Release to Manufacturing Pilot Program (Soft Tooling) Production Release (Hard Tooling) Problem Resolution Tolerance Analysis Product Requirement Specifications Conceptual Design (Initial prototypes) Detail Design (Further prototypes and testing) Tolerance Analysis Typically completed after detail design …….or when problems arise
  5. 5. Solution Desired by Customers… • Managers want pushbutton tolerance analysis from CAD system • This solution does not currently exist • CAD mathematical structure inadequate for tolerance analysis. • Because of the CAD limitations, extremely difficult to develop a CAD- based pushbutton solution. Plane defined by X,Y,Z Coordinates of points. Plane defined by X,Y,Z Coordinates of points. No mathematical relationships between the surfaces NO MATH STRUCTURE IN CAD SYSTEM
  6. 6. Enventive – Evaluating return on investment: Voice of Customer Pilot Program (Soft Tooling) Production Release (Hard Tooling) Problem Resolution Traditional Tolerance Analysis Product Release to Manufacturing Product Requirement Specifications Conceptual Design (Initial prototypes) Detail Design (Further prototypes and testing) Tolerance Analysis-Based Design Optimization Traditional Tolerance Analysis What is preliminary tolerance analysis based design optimisation ?
  7. 7. Enventive – Evaluating return on investment: Statistical analysis and optimisation of complex designs in early stages of the design: ↘Design Iterations ↘Prototypes ↗Customer Confidence
  8. 8. Enventive – Evaluating return on investment: Design Definition based on statistical optimisation. Exhaustive small contributor optimisation (due to technology). ↘Tooling changes – pre-production problems. ↘Manufacturing costs.
  9. 9. ↘Tooling changes – pre-production problems. ↘Manufacturing costs. ↘ Design Iterations. Enventive – Evaluating return on investment: Design Definition based on statistical optimisation. Exhaustive small contributor optimisation (due to technology).
  10. 10. Enventive – Evaluating return on investment: Ability for engineers to « perturb » their designs and understand its behavior early stage. ↘Probability of production & pre-series problem. ↘Probability of warranty returns. ↗Capability & knowledge of identical engineering resources.
  11. 11. • Better satisfaction and confidence from customers, due to the fact that robust design methods can be the basis for taking decisions in preliminary design. • Savings in terms of tooling changes, design iterations and scrap. 1 avoided tooling change in one programme allows to save in general at least £30k and much more than £75k in most of the cases. • Better capacity to innovate, with same human resources and R&D investments Because the R&D teams are able to design more easily and more quickly products that are more sophisticated. • Better capacity to manage changes during the lifecycle of the product. (Better management of crossed impacts on several conflicting functional requirements). • Better capacity to react when facing drifts of production outputs. (Leveraging sensitivity information to know where and how much to act.) • Exhaustively when enlarging tolerances of small impacts contributors. Savings that can be made by asking larger tolerances to subcontractors on small impact contributors can be valued to several thousands of £’s and often several tens of thousands of £’s. • Reduction of prototyping costs. (Enventive acts like a variational mock up). Depending on the industry, avoiding one prototype allows to save several thousand of £’s and in high tech industries (aerospace, medical instruments…), this can go up to several tens of thousands of £’s. Clients often go from 5 to 1 to 0 Prototypes. Enventive – Evaluating return on investment: The financial amounts given below are communicated by Enventive Engineering only for information as they vary strongly in function of the industrial sector considered. One Enventive license typically brings ≥£75,000 per year of return.
  12. 12. Enventive – Evaluating return on investment: Is Enventive easy to use ? Our engineering team has been able to use Enventive after 4 days of training. We have been able to correct some design mistakes that were done in the past due to the limitations of the tools we were using. In the end, our customer praised us for the speed and professionalism with which we have been able to complete and present the DFSS phase on this project.” Pedro Lopes – Technical Director – Ficosa International Enventive Training: Two First Days: Functional training Two last days – Customer application specific Training rating between 4 and 5 (on a scale of 1-5) on the 3 following metrics: •Quality of the teaching work from the trainer. •Fit of the training programme. •Adaptation of the software.
  13. 13. Enventive – Evaluating return on investment: How much does it cost ? Software: Worldwide presence: US based company. Partners in: France, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, Korea and Switzerland Number of Licenses 1 2-4 5-9 10-24 25+ 1 year license £ 6158 £ 5235 £ 4311 £ 3664 £ 3224 2 year license £ 12006 £ 10205 £ 8404 £ 7143 £ 6286 3 year license £ 17569 £ 14934 £ 12298 £ 10453 £ 9199 Floating Annual License Pricing (includes maintenance and support) Recommended for up to four users per license
  14. 14. Enventive – Evaluating return on investment: How much does it cost ? Training: £6,000 plus trainers hotel and traveling expenses Includes: • On site training for up to 6 students. • Webinar support on particular issues for first quarter • Site visit and review after 3 months • Quarterly training survey • Regular webinars on requested issues The training is not simply about how to use the software Additional topics covered: • The principles of root sum squares calculations for complex tolerance stacks calculation. • The principles of sensitivities calculations and its use in Enventive for the preliminary design definition of components and assemblies. • Inherent variations in production due to different manufacturing processes • Forces and frictions modelling and their statistical analysis. • Combining in Enventive variations due to physical effects such as temperature and wear.
  15. 15. Alan Smith Sales Agent, Enventive Engineering UK, Ireland & Scandinavia alan.smith@enventive.com +44 (0)7791 024092 www.enventive.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EnventiveEngineering Twitter: https://twitter.com/Enventive YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/EnventiveEngineering
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