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Zws e bom2mbom discovery and recommendation process_agileec_v1 0 (2)

  1. 1. Zero Wait-State Company Confidential
  2. 2. Zero Wait-State Company Confidential Do not distribute Introduction Tuesday – am Define Approach and Technology Review Business Model drivers with existing customer examples pm Cad Structure Agile BoM Structure Wednesday – am Non Cad modelled parts in the Agile BoM pm Demo and Scenario/Outcome building pm Agile BoM transfer to ERP with mfg changes discussion Thursday - am – Flow Chart Presentation AS IS – TO BE am – Scenario/outcome Presentation Agenda – High Level
  3. 3. Zero Wait-State Company Confidential Do not distribute Agenda – Wednesday pm Attendees:  Review of Wed am discussions  Overview  CAD reference assembly method  Handle publish and non-published items to Agile BoM  Agile Demo adding bulk items to Agile BoM after CAD published BoM exists. Discussion on the process with Scenario building  Defining scenarios  Relating outcomes to pain points discussed earlier  Relating scenarios to Resources, and Business Model drivers while identifying technical limitations  Tech limitations – Related to the application’s road map Example Detailed Agenda for each session
  4. 4. Zero Wait-State Company Confidential Do not distribute Approach  Resources  Technology limitations  Business Model 3 Agile PLM clients with different end solutions based on above criteria
  5. 5. Approach - Contraints  Resources – Engineering/Mfg/Doc Control  Limited manpower  Technology –  Agile Single BoM Structure  EC functions  CAD functions  XA functions  Business Model  Modular Design – lends it self to CAD design automation  Manufacturing – in-house  Relative Long shelf life Zero Wait-State Company Confidential Do not distribute
  6. 6. Approach – 3 Agile Clients  Apple - Nx,Team CenterPDM,Agile,SAP  “ The BoM is structured in SAP ( ERP) based on their Apple Care program.” ○ Modular – yes ○ Lower shelf life ○ Outsourced manufacturing Zero Wait-State Company Confidential Do not distribute
  7. 7. Approach – 3 Agile Clients  Sun - Pro/E, Agile with EC,EBS  “ The BoM is structured for Manufacturing in CAD. Design for Mfg (DFM) They model everything – fasteners,etc. ○ Modular – yes ○ Mechanical Engineering resources – high ○ Pro/E – Very large assembly functions ( performance) ○ Medium Shelf life ○ Combo of in house and outsourced mfg Zero Wait-State Company Confidential Do not distribute
  8. 8. Approach – 3 Agile Clients  ESCO - Nx, Agile with EC, EBS  HYBRID - “ The BoM takes a partial CAD structure and components are added in Agile. ○ Modular – medium ○ Some long, some short ○ In house manufacturing ○ Engineering resources - limited Zero Wait-State Company Confidential Do not distribute
  9. 9. Day 3 Summary Presentation Zero Wait-State Company Confidential Do not distribute
  10. 10. Zero Wait-State Company Confidential Do not distribute New Assembly Models Created in CAD with Structure Flat BOM Manually Derived and Entered into Excel Flat BOM Created in Agile PLM with Sequence Codes Items and BOMs Released in Agile and Sent to XA Manufacturing Uses BOM plus Sequence Codes CAD Sometimes Updated to Reflect BOM Changes BOMs and Sequence Codes Updated in Agile Items and BOMs Released in Agile and Sent to XA As-Is Process Engineering Initiates Changes via ‘Text’ Methods
  11. 11. Zero Wait-State Company Confidential Do not distribute New Assembly Models Created in CAD with Structure Flat BOM Manually Derived and Entered into Excel Flat BOM Created in Agile PLM with Sequence Codes Items and BOMs Released in Agile and Sent to XA Manufacturing Uses BOM plus Sequence Codes CAD Sometimes Updated to Reflect BOM Changes BOMs and Sequence Codes Updated in Agile Items and BOMs Released in Agile and Sent to XA Pain Points Engineering Initiates Changes via ‘Text’ Methods Pain Points missing parts from solid models complexity of sequence codes flat BOMs, without structure changing part numbers where used visibility too many “common” parts Multiple manufacturing sites out of date assemblies BOM generation is tedious assembly maintenance in SolidWorks sorting of flat BOMs in XA
  12. 12. Zero Wait-State Company Confidential Do not distribute New Assembly Models Created in CAD with Structure Structured BOM Created in Agile PLM via EC Items and BOMs Released in Agile and Sent to XA Manufacturing Uses Structured BOM (Sequence Codes?) CAD Models Updated to Reflect BOM Changes BOMs Updated in Agile PLM via EC & Manual Updates Items and BOMs Released in Agile and Sent to XA To-Be Process missing parts from solid models complexity of sequence codes flat BOMs, without structure changing part numbers where used visibility too many “common” parts Multiple manufacturing sites out of date assemblies BOM generation is tedious assembly maintenance in SolidWorks sorting of flat BOMs in XA
  13. 13. Scenario Description Zero Wait-State Company Confidential Do not distribute
  14. 14. Approach - Contraints  Resources  Limited manpower  Technology  Agile Single BoM Structure  EC functions  SolidWorks functions  XA functions  Business Model  Modular Design – lends it self to CAD design automation  Manufacturing – in-house  Relative Long shelf life Zero Wait-State Company Confidential Do not distribute
  15. 15. Zero Wait-State Company Confidential Do not distribute Scenario – CAD Assembly to BoM Assembly Model Agile Save BoM in Agile Resource Eng ↓ Resource Mfg ↓ Tech Limitations ↔ BoM not Updating with CAD Design Manual Editing of XLS
  16. 16. Zero Wait-State Company Confidential Do not distribute Scenario – NonModeled Item into BoM Baseline BoM BoM Redline Complete BoM Resource Eng ↔ Resource Mfg ↔ Tech Limitations ↔ BoM Count Incorrect Manual Editing of XLS
  17. 17. Zero Wait-State Company Confidential Do not distribute Scenario – Design Reference Assy Ref Assy Model Agile Save BoM Qty Correct Resource Eng ↑ Resource Mfg ↓ Tech Limitations ↔ Lost Design Effort Manual Editing of XLS
  18. 18. Zero Wait-State Company Confidential Do not distribute Scenario – Design Reference Assy Ref Assy Model Agile Save Design Only Resource Eng ↑ Resource Mfg ↓ Tech Limitations ↔ Lost Design Effort Manual Editing of XLS
  19. 19. Zero Wait-State Company Confidential Do not distribute Scenario – CAD HelperPart Not Published CAD Model Agile Save Design Only Resource Eng ↑ Resource Mfg ↔ Tech Limitations ↔ Unneeded Item Published Manual Editing of XLS
  20. 20. Zero Wait-State Company Confidential Do not distribute Scenario – Fasteners in CAD Assy Fasteners in Assy Agile Save BoM Qty Correct XLS Requires Extra Editing Missing Hardware Resource Eng ↑ Resource Mfg ↔ Tech Limitations ↑
  21. 21. Zero Wait-State Company Confidential Do not distribute Scenario – CAD Assy Maintained Current Assy Chg in CAD Agile Save BoM Updated Resource Eng ↑ Resource Mfg ↓ Tech Limitations ↔ CAD Design Out of Date Manual Editing of XLS
  22. 22. Zero Wait-State Company Confidential Do not distribute Scenario – Granular Control of Configured Part Assembly Model Agile Save BoM Qty Correct Resource Eng ↔ Resource Mfg ↔ Tech Limitations ↔ Incorrect BoM Quantity Manual Editing of XLS
  23. 23. Zero Wait-State Company Confidential Do not distribute Recommendations Review from Day 2 New ones
  24. 24. Zero Wait-State Company Confidential Do not distribute Recommendations: CAD Structure driving the BoM  Establish a high level assembly structure for each product line • Allow flexibility to re-arrange structure due to mfg changes  We should establish a fast track ECO process ( CMII best practice  Existing Common parts – driven to much smaller number  spares/installation kits  Manufacturing to determine component assembly order  To Be: can use 3D models for work instructions ( 3D via composer)
  25. 25. Other Recommendations Zero Wait-State Company Confidential Do not distribute CAD Models and Assembly Review/Super user training  ZWS consultants: Dan B. or Len M. CAD models should be used at design reviews/change mtgs  Bring up the assembly/model and let’s look at it  composer used for this – easier to manipulate Have someone get CMII certified or equivalent  Configuration management is at the heart of PLM
  26. 26. Great Brands are built from Great Products – Where are you on the spectrum? Zero Wait-State Company Confidential Do not distribute As is Location To Be Location
  27. 27. Operational Excellence Zero Wait-State Company Confidential Do not distribute Business Model You can buy any premier kitchen brand and bring their organization into yours and drive operational excellence BECAUSE You have outstanding people, processes and technology Keep Building Digital Infrastructure

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