This class will demonstrate the introduction of a new CAD drawing created in Autodesk PLM 360 software and the integration of Vault software and Inventor software using the Engineering Change Request lifecycle and the Engineering Change Notice lifecycles. We will also review effective practices, lessons learned, and advantages of using an integrated business system environment. We'll show a real live demonstration of Vacco Industries' Autodesk PLM 360 software configuration and we'll demonstrate the use of the PLM Connect tool (JitterBit).
- Understand the basic needs for Autodesk PLM 360 software and CAD change process
- Learn about the visibility, tracking, and reporting of an Engineering Change Process
- Learn how integrated systems can work using the Autodesk PLM 360 Connect software tool
- Recognize the value and process improvements of Autodesk PLM 360 software
Richard Noriega has been an engineer at Vacco Industries for 2.5 years. Prior to Vacco, he worked with hydraulic valve designs at Eaton Aerospace, and he also worked at Burbank Aeronautical Corporation, where he reverse-engineered 707 and DC9 aircrafts to be retrofitted for hush kits. His professional titles are engineering design manager for designers and configuration control; technical control officer for corporate trade compliance; and project manager. As a project manager, he planned product lifecycle management (PLM) deployments, including migration plans from legacy systems, lifecycle definition, and business requirements definition. His specialty is working with 3D CAD tools, PLM Solutions, trade compliance rules and regulations, and the engineering of product design from proposals to qualification testing. He was on the customer panel for Autodesk PLM 360 software at Autodesk University 2012, and 2014 is his first year leading an Autodesk University course on Autodesk PLM 360 software.