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24 Jun 2019

Workshop: Optimizing Quality Control in the Aerospace Supply Chain

July 18
Flightdeck Flight Simulation Center
1650 Sinclair Street
Anaheim, CA 92806

Join us for our free workshop from 11 a.m to 5 p.m. in Anaheim. Register today.

Leveraging 3D Model Based Definition (3DMBD) Data in the Aerospace Supply Chain

Speaker: Randy Becker, Senior Quality Inspector, Aerospace OEM

Aerospace OEMs such as Boeing, Gulfstream and Bombardier are changing from a drawing-based authority to a 3D model-based paradigm. Although OEMs have seen substantial cost reduction by eliminating drawings, it has caused a huge impact to the aerospace supply chain. During this session.Randy Becker will present best practices on how to use 3DMBD data to streamline manufacturing operations and ensure OEM quality deliverables are met.

3DMBD – An Aerospace Suppliers Perspective

Speaker: Jamie Young, President, My Machine Inc.

During this presentation, Jamie will present how My Maine uses 3DMBD Data to manufacture, inspect and deliver machined parts to Boeing.

Automating In-Process Inspection with 3D Scanning

Speaker: Frank Thomas, Metrology Specialist, Adaptive Corp.

Speaker: Larry Kuehn, Quality Guru, Adaptive Corp.

In-Process inspection can be a time and resource consuming process. By incorporating Adaptive’s “Universal Metrology Platform,” customers can select a wide range of 3D scanning solutions for fast real-time in-process inspection of production parts. Attendees to this session will learn:

  • What is the Universal Metrology Automation (UMA) Platform?
  • What types of Robots does UMA support?
  • What do we mean by “real-time” inspection?
  • Is there any SPC data collected?
  • How do I compare the physical part to the CAD data nominal with tight tolerances?

*2 – 5 p.m. is an optional tour of the Flight Simulation Center: Experience the thrill of aerial maneuvers at 600 knots and air-to-air combat in an authentic military flight simulator. Feel what it’s like to take the controls of a commercial airliner in our Boeing 737 flight simulator.

27 Mar 2019

See us at AeroDef Manufacturing 2019!

 

Visit  us at Booth # 1913

We are excited to exhibit at the upcoming AeroDef Manufacturing show coming up in Long Beach on April 29th- May 2nd at the Long Beach Convention Center. 

Our exhibit will be showcasing our entire portfolio of our Digital to Physical Product Lifecycle management solutions.  What does that mean? This includes the 3DEXPERIENCE platform by Dassault Systèmes, along with our 3D scanning solutions by Creaform and our 3D printing solutions by Markforged.

We also have unique solutions for aerospace suppliers who want to certify to be a Boeing supplier. Talk to us about how we can help you with meeting Boeing DPD D6 quality requirements.

Enter to Win Contest!

Bring a part to scan with our Creaform Handyscan and enter our contest to win an Aftershokz Titanium headset!

Get a Free Ticket to Attend

Use our Promo code 15228136 to register here 

Or click on our Registration link below  for a free pass:

http://tinyurl.com/y5wz2um4

About Adaptive Corporation

Adaptive Corporation works closely with Aerospace Industry manufacturers to help streamline business processes, implement model-based design practices, reduce costs and improve efficiencies around the product lifecycle. We offer a comprehensive suite of products that address the product lifecycle including 3DEPXERIENCE PLM software, metrology and 3D printing solutions. 

We will feature live demos of Creaform’s 3D scanners that are portable, accurate and quickly capture “as-measured” information and automatically populate the AS9102.  Our 3D printer line from the award winning Markforged includes “Carbon Fiber Composite” and metal printers that address a wide range of additive manufacturing applications.

For Boeing aerospace suppliers, we can help you become compliant with the Boeing D6 DPD (D6-51991) quality standard.  We expedite the process of creating the FAI/AS9102 digital data to drive the inspection/quality reporting process.

 

16 Apr 2018

Adaptive Hosts Two CA Aerospace Supplier Compliance Workshops

Adaptive is hosting two workshops for Aerospace suppliers who are interested in learning more about how to meet aerospace OEM requirements for Model Based Definition (MBD) compliance.


Join Us on May 15 or 16, 2018

Meet Aerospace OEM Requirements using Model Based Definition (MBD)

If you answer yes to one or more of these questions, you should plan to attend this workshop:

  • Are you looking to understand Model Based definition better?
  • Are you seeking D6-51991 certification or something similar to qualify as an aerospace supplier?
  • Are you looking for options to reduce the time involved in FAI?
  • Are you looking to leverage SPC to reduce the amount of inspection you are performing?

Attend this workshop and learn how to meet Aerospace OEM requirements

 


May 15th – Torrance

DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Torrance – South Bay
21333 Hawthorne Blvd, Torrance, CA 90503
 

May 16th – Tustin

Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott Tustin Orange County
15011 Newport Ave,
Tustin, CA 92780
Agenda
May 15 & 16, 2018
9:00 AM – 2:00 PM
9:00 AM – 9:10 AMPresenter IntroductionsFrank Thomas – Adaptive Corporation
9:10 AM – 9:20 AMIntroduction to Adaptive CorporationFrank Thomas – Adaptive Corporation
9:20 AM – 10:00 AMDigital Data and Model-based Definition (MBD) Data CorrelationRandy Becker
 10:00 AM – 10:30 AMCATIA Demo 
10:30 AM – 11:00 AMFirst Article Inspection (FAI) Review Leveraging InspectionXpert
and Net Inspect
Chris Burke – Adaptive Corporation
11:00 AM – NoonDemonstration on 3D Scanning and Portable Metrology Solutions by Adaptive and Creaform

Larry Kuehn – Adaptive Corporation

Payam Hariri and Jarrod Schmidt – Creaform

Noon – 1:15 PMWorking Lunch and What’s New in PolyWorks 2017 – presentation
featuring PolyWorks for Scanning, Alignment and Reporting
Leo Park –
3D InfoTech
1:15 pmWrap-up and Q&A – begin “breakout sessions” with presenters 

This is open time to connect with presenters and ask application specific questions, get parts scanned and copied to USB devices

Space is limited. Register today to reserve your seat in either Tustin or Torrance.

12 Apr 2018

Adaptive Ensures Customer Meets Boeing Supply Chain Requirements

When a customer needed to document the processes and procedures necessary to qualify as a Boeing supplier under their D6-51991 Quality Assurance Standard, Adaptive stepped in to help them meet the necessary documentation requirements for compliance.

THE BOEING SPECIFICATIONS

The Quality Assurance Standard for Digital Product Definition at Boeing Suppliers (Boeing’s D6-51991) provides the basis for Boeing suppliers to create and implement plans, user level procedures, and process documentation governing the handling of Boeing-furnished datasets. As such, the DPD governs a wide variety of activities, starting with basic operations, such as how the supplier performs configuration management and maintains media security, the use and maintenance of product acceptance software, how measurement and test equipment is calibrated and certified, how internal quality audits are accomplished, and how the supplier’s employees are trained to assure competence in their roles and compliance in their daily work.

Learn how Adaptive worked with the customer, as well as Boeing auditors, to respond to every section in Boeing’s DPD specifications.

Read the full case study.