Lattice Technology Releases Chapter 13 of its New Lean Manufacturing Book, Available Free of Charge

Final Chapter Delivers Common Keys to Successfully Adopting 3D in Manufacturing

11/18/2009


SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Nov 17, 2009 -- Lattice Technology Inc., developers of digital manufacturing applications using the XVL

First published in Japan in late 2008, this book is targeted at manufacturing executives and educators trying to build greater productivity and efficiencies into existing manufacturing processes. The book covers a wide range of case studies from leading Japanese manufacturers, along with recent survey data, to build understanding of how manufacturing can be enhanced using 3D data in downstream processes. It also explains the evolution of 3D and IT in the industry, and shows how it can be leveraged into other areas of manufacturing that are still using traditional processes.

Chapter 13, the final chapter, delivers insights into the critical keys and steps needed to successfully implement 3D processes into the entire manufacturing process. Based on previous chapters that covered companies in detail as they progressed with 3D, readers can now understand commonly successful strategies and tactics, and be able to plan out how 3D can be successfully introduced into their own operations.

This latest book is available free and exclusively from Lattice Technology and 2 chapters per month have been released to registered recipients. The book delivers 13 Chapters which include case studies on major manufacturers including Toyota, Brother Industries, Niigata Power Systems, Alpine Precision Inc., and more.

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Also read from MBT: Lattice Technology releases new XVL Converter for Autodesk Inventor 2010 .





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