D3 to Be Present at the 2016 Pressure Vessels & Piping Conference

July 12, 2016

SPRINGFIELD, Missouri — July 12, 2016 — D3 Technologies announced today that they be exhibiting this year at the ASME’s Pressure Vessels & Piping Conference (PVP), July 17-21, 2016 at Booth #14.

The ASME 2016 PVP Conference is an outstanding international technical forum for participants to further their knowledge-base by being exposed to diverse topics, and exchange opinions and ideas both from industry and academia in a variety of topics related to Pressure Vessel and Piping technologies for the Power and Process Industries.
“Pressure Vessel manufacturers heavily depend on analysis tools, CAD tools, large spreadsheets and a lot of tribal knowledge in order to put a good estimate together and propose a solution,” states Daryl Price, Director of Sales at D3 Technologies. ”There is a pressing business need to solve the challenges that are holding them back and several manufacturers came to us for help. We helped them take their estimating process from 170 minutes down to 15. We take the Compress/PVElite or Aspen Tech/B-JAC file right into our solution.”

D3 has helped companies all across the United States succeed in their challenges, enabling the bulk of their jobs to flow very rapidly through the quoting process with minimal interruption to the engineering individuals that really needed to be available for the complex jobs.

"We were at 3 hours just to create the estimate. Now we do that and get the drawings in about 15 minutes."

This also has allowed them to greatly reduce the number of times they had to manually handle data, thus ensuring a much higher standard of accuracy. Another set of benefits also stood to be gained. With an industry wrapped in traditional methodologies, their tools were also very traditional. By moving forward with such a solution, they have been able to transition from the old 2D design to an intelligent 3D design. As a result, they have been able to vastly improve communication between engineers and the shop floor, further speeding manufacturing by eliminating errors and reducing rework.

With Autodesk Inventor, Autodesk Automation tools and D3 Technologies’ consulting team that has led the Sales/Design Automation development community, clients are now equipped with solutions that allow them to really beat the competition and increase their per order profit

 

Published on Tenlinks, MCADCafe, & Cadalyst - July 5, 2016

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