At the stage of detailed design, in the LOTSMAN product lifecycle management system: PLM the product composition is being worked out, calendar work schedules are being refined, and key design processes are automated. In KOMPAS-3D models of parts, assembly units and sets of design documentation are created.
At the same time, modern enterprises are often faced with the need to quickly study various product modifications in a short time. And here a very important function of the KOMPAS-3D system is the ability to form product versions, group specifications and drawings with execution tables.
In the context of an accelerated production cycle and an increase in the share of unique developments, the configuration management function in LOTSMAN: PLM is relevant. With its help, possible sets of parts and assembly units that can be used in the assembly of the final product, depending on the choice of the customer, are described. The configuration management functionality affects the consumer quality of products and is designed to solve priority tasks of custom production, quick layout from pre-compiled options, maximum convenience of order processing, and optimization of production preparation.
As a result of the stage of detailed product design in LOTSMAN: PLM, a constructive electronic composition is formed, which includes 3D models, drawings, specifications and other technical documentation.
The creation of the electronic structure of the product can take place in the LOTSMAN: PLM both manually and automatically on the basis of a 3D model obtained from a CAD system. PILOT: PLM by common standards interacts not only with CAD COMPASS-3D, but also with other three-dimensional modeling systems.
As part of the implementation at the enterprise, integration with Autodesk Inventor, CATIA, SolidWorks, Creo, Solid Edge, NX is possible. The interaction is carried out on the product tree and attribute information in the 3D model file, which in LOTSMAN: PLM act as the basis for the product composition containing drawings and other documentation.