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EPLAN and PLM Alliance Demonstrate SAP Engineering Control Center


Schaumburg, IL — PLM Alliance, which comprises SAP development partners that include EPLAN and sister company CIDEON, participated in the SAPPHIRE NOW® and ASUG Annual Conference in mid-May in Orlando. The partners showcased their integrated live engineering approach for SAP® product lifecycle management (SAP PLM) application with the SAP engineering control cen- ter integration tool. EPLAN’s electrical CAE system, EPLAN


Electric P8, and electronic CAD systems that in- clude Altium, Cadence and Mentor Graphics were also on display. The partners demonstrated interfaces to Au-


todesk AutoCAD and Inventor, Das- sault Systemes CATIA V5 and SOLIDWORKS, PTC Creo, and Siemens NX and Solid Edge. The SAPPHIRE NOW and


ASUG Annual Conference is a pre- mier business technology event and the largest SAP customer-run confer- ence. PLM Alliance’s participation stems from a growing need among customers running SAP software to develop closed-loop engineering and the digital thread, without increasing the complexity of overall system ar- chitecture. The embedded SAP solutions


SEHO NA Launches High-Volume Wave Solder System


Erlanger, KY — SEHO has developed a powerful wave solder system for mid- to high-volume production. The PowerWave 4.0 provides six preheat zones and a 1.8m (5.9 ft) preheat length in a compact machine design, realizing the company’s goals to offer remarkable performance with a low initial investment. Complex SMT boards can be as


reliably soldered as conventional as- semblies, due to up-to-date solder nozzle geometries, a flexible preheat area, and an open-ended control unit


The Open Manufacturing Language (OML) is a real-time communication standard for PCBA manufacturing that defines the interconnectivity of assembly production processes and enterprise IT systems.


For the first time, IT teams, solution providers, and equipment providers can easily integrate shop-floor data to create manufacturing execution solutions based on a single, normalized, vendor-neutral communication interface.


allow cross-departmental business users to access, manage and control real-time product develop- ment data. This helps ensure that quality, time-to- market, and overall product development costs are managed on time and on target. The PLM Alliance of SAP development part-


ners includes DSC Software, CENIT, CIDEON and .riess engineering. Together with EPLAN and XPLM, their solutions cover MCAD and ECAD in- terfaces to SAP PLM based on SAP Engineering Control Center. EPLAN Software & Service is one of the


world’s leading service providers for developing computer aided engineering (CAx), configuration


and mechatronic solutions and advises companies on how to optimize their engineering processes. Both standardized as well as customized in-


terfaces to ERP and PLM/PDM systems ensures data consistency in product development, order processing and manufacturing. Factors for success in engineering include a consistent customer focus, global support and innovative development and in-


terface expertise. Contact: EPLAN Software & Services, LLC,


425 N Martingale Road, Suite 470, Schaumburg, IL 60173 % 630-408-3863 E-mail: kirkpatrick.l@eplanusa.com Web: www.eplanusa.com


The standard for the Internet of Manufacturing (IoM) has arrived!


PowerWave 4.0 wave soldering system.


that ensures easy operation, along with many functions for automated process control. The modular construction of the


PowerWave 4.0 provides the flexibil- ity to suit a wide range of production requirements and allows the ma- chine to be integrated into existing


fully-automated lines. Contact: SEHO North America,


Inc., 1420 Jamike Drive, Suite 300, Erlanger, KY 41018 % 859-371-7346 E-mail: sehona@sehona.com Web: www.sehona.com


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