MCAD Integration for VeSys & Capital
On-demand Web Seminar
View this technical session to understand how integrating MCAD with VeSys and Capital can cut the time taken to complete wiring and harness designs, and improve the quality of those designs.
VeSys and Capital have a number of well established integrations with 3D MCAD tools such as Dassault Systems CATIA and Siemens-PLM’s NX.
What You Will Learn
- Why integrate ECAD & MCAD?
- VeSys file transfer with MCAD platforms
- Capital advanced integration with MCAD platforms
About the Presenter
Phil Davies, is a Product Manager at Mentor Graphics Integrated Electrical Systems Division (IESD). He worked for 11 years with BAR and Honda F1 Racing Teams where he was Electronics Design Manager and has 15 years experience in the application of electronics and electrical systems. His experience includes a wide range of MCAD and ECAD tools including the use and deployment of CATIA V5 & Enovia, Siemens NX & Teamcentre, SAP and VeSys Classic.
Who Should View
- Managers or designers who are considering linking VeSys with MCAD via file transfer
- Managers or designers who are considering the advanced MCAD integration capabilities offered by Capital
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