PDM software still requires a check-in, check-out process for design files which means it’s just a “more formal process of shouting across the room saying “hey i’m working on it, don’t touch it!””, says Lucas Kuhns, manufacturing engineer at Norden Mfg.
As companies strive to stay innovative and competitive, it is critical for teams to think long-term, and implement CAD tools that eliminate product development bottlenecks.
Watch this webinar to learn why Norden Mfg, a longtime developer of farming equipment, shifted to cloud-native CAD with built-in PDM resulting in a more reliable and stable design-to-manufacturing process. Topics covered include:
Their experience moving from SOLIDWORKS to Onshape, a full cloud-native CAD platform
Benefits of built-in PDM and collaboration capabilities
Tips for working smarter with Configurations, Release Management, BOMs, Welded Frames, and more