Webinar: 'Re-use: Search and find'

Target group
  • "Part searcher" (designers, purchasers, process planning staff, process controller, service staff)
  • Overview of search methods
  • Explanation of part map (3D search)
  • Classification during use of search and find
  • Comparison and assessment of approaches

Does it sound familiar? Searching for re-usably parts takes forever and usually you do not find a suit-able match? Or, you were searching for parts in vein in the past and therefore stopped searching for good? The human factor plays an important role in part management: If the search system is not accepted due to incorrect mating result, the search tool will not be used.

Experience the latest and most-efficient search methods adapted to different requirements in practice and they will give a new joyful feeling of search and find. In general, there is no ONE search method or ONE perfect search procedure, but a search method that can be adapted to any data pool and profile of requirements is a perfect one.




upcoming dates of this webinar:  
Thursday, July 14th, 2016 at 11:00am CEST (Webinar German)


Thursday, July 14th, 2016 at 03:30pm CEST (Webinar English)


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These burning questions will be answered:     Further items covered by the webinar:  
  • What acceptance advantage and functional benefits offer PartExplorer and PartscapeNavigator in comparison to any huge administration system (ERP and PDM)?
  • What search method offers the most benefits for a certain use case and a certain part spectrum?
  • Why 3D search/ geometric similarity search and classification complement each other but do not antagonize?
  • Why can 3D search/ geometric similarity search be a first step towards guaranteed discovery of parts?
  • How fast can you use 3D search/ geometric similarity search without applying any prior measures to improve data quality?
  • How can 3D search/ geometric similarity search work for an actual part spectrum of 150000 parts?
  • How can you navigate intuitively and GPS-like through your part spectrum on part maps of the PartscapeNavigator?
  • What are the points that make a classification superior to all other search methods and how can you bypass any weaknesses by a suitable intuitive classification system?
  • Introduction of best practices from finished part management projects.
  • Short introduction and theoretical/technical background of the CADBAS solution portfolio - an overview of the "State of the Part" of part management - with its different methods and search procedures that can be applied and customized to any use case/application.
  • Final discussion / Q&A, e.g. "How do I start a part management project in my company and how can I estimate required time, capacities and budgets?".