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Case Study - Pro/E Integration

Balakrishna Shetty Solutions Architect Mercury Marine balakrishna_shetty@mercmarine.com www.mercuryplm.com


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About Mercury Marine


Worlds Leading Marine Propulsion Manufacturer Mercury Marine is a division of Brunswick Corporation (BC:NYSE) BC is Forbes Best Managed Consumer Durable Goods Mfg
(Feb/06)

About Mercury PLM


More than 80 companies have benchmarked our PLM implementation
Process-focused PLM solutions include: Best practices PLM visioning Business process development PLM architecture and configuration Implementation support and training Clients include aerospace, automotive, consumer goods, and heavy equipment manufacturing

Embrace a human-centered approach based on a real manufacturers perspective to enable your PLM system.
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Agenda
Teamcenter at Mercury Marine
Pro/E integration at Mercury - journey Product Development Process at Mercury Large Assembly Management Product Structures/Engineering Bill Of Materials Strategies and Processes Lessons learned Questions

Teamcenter at Mercury Marine

Teamcenter applications in use:


Teamcenter Unified Teamcenter Visualization

Teamcenter Integration with Pro/Engineer (IPEM)


Teamcenter Community /SharePoint Integration

MRO, Schedule Manager *


Collaboration Context * Cortona and Teamcenter Integration *

~800 users across 10 locations


* proof of concept stage

Site has been consolidated


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Teamcenter at Mercury Marine

Current Versions

Pro/E
WF4.0 M150

IPEM
8.2.0

Teamcenter
Unified 2007.1.5

* IPEM 8.3.0 and Teamcenter 8.3 are being tested now

Teamcenter at Mercury Marine

Items

ERP
Hard Disks PPL

Teamcenter

Attributes
Engineering, QC, Purchasing, Tech Pubs, Manufacturing, Styling, Packaging

ERP

CAD files

Pro/Intralink
Intranet Hard Disks

Specifications, Documents
(FEA, DFM, DFA, S Specs, M Specs, etc)

Bill of Materials

ERP Intranet

2D Production drawings

3D Lightweight viewable Product view


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Pro/E integration at Mercury - journey

Pro/ Intralink
As is process mapping - understanding current processes and drivers for improvement

Requirements for migration (business and technical)


Formed a core team to test and validate CAD data management Data Integrity (Names, Status, Relationship consistency) and Cleanup
Pending rename (parent child relationships) Duplicate objects , missing files Family table (multiple references, version and status issues)

Worked with GTAC


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Common challenges /Support

Phase 1
Assessment Documentation

Phase 2
Data Migration plan Data Analysis clean up

Phase 3
Data Migration Data Analysis UAT

Phase 4
Production Migration Roll out and Support

Good understanding of existing data and target data


Successful migration is a key Build confidence through communication and support Decommission Pro/I
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SIG participation
September26, 2007

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Large Assembly Management

Identifying the End models to be tracked during Product Development


Accurate CAD Assembly for each End Model configuration Maintenance of CAD Assemblies that accurately represents each Design Build Smart Assembly Structure to promote Collaboration and Concurrent Design Practices Define Roles and Responsibilities for Design Engineers

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Product Development Process


CrossFunctional Program Attributes

VOC

Requirements

CAE Data

Project Documents

Production Planning

Program Launch Plans

S h a r e P o i n t
Phase 1 Program Definition
Gate 1

Phase 2 Concept Development & Selection

Gate 2

Phase 3 Development & Gate 3 Design Validation

Phase 4 Process Validation & Readiness

Gate 4

Phase 5 Product Launch

Gate 5

T e a m c e n t e r
LAM

P a r t s

P l a n n i n g
PPAP

JT Images Cost/ Weight Rollup

Selected Supplier Valid Product Cost/ Weight Rollup

Quoted Parts

Tools

Change Control

Cost/ Weight Targets

Analysis Report

Machine Programs Mfg Costs, Assembly Sequence

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Large Assembly Management


LAM methods tested:
Stand-Alone Method ProE
CAD Engine Asm End Model A CAD Engine Asm End Model B CAD Engine Asm End Model C

CAD Spin-off Method


PPA
View End Model A View End Model B View End Model C

Teamcenter
EBOM End Model A EBOM End Model B EBOM End Model C

ProE
CAD Engine Asm Master Model (Super-BOM) CAD Engine Asm End Model A CAD Engine Asm End Model B

Teamcenter
EBOM Super-BOM EBOM End Model A EBOM End Model B

PPA
View Super-BOM View End Model A View End Model B

Tc Variants Method ProE


CAD Engine Asm Master Model (Super-BOM) EBOM Super-BOM EBOM End Model A EBOM End Model B EBOM End Model ...N

Modules Method

Teamcenter

PPA
View Super-BOM View End Model A View End Model B View End Model C

ProE
CAD Engine Asm Master Model (Super-BOM) Common Module Option 1 Module Option 2 Module Option 3 Module

Teamcenter
EBOM Super-BOM EBOM End Model ...N

PPA
View Super-BOM View End Model ...N

Option ...N Module

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Product Structures/Engineering Bill Of Materials


Level 01 Outboard End Model Base Engine Peripherals Mid Section Electrical System Transom Level 02

Drive train
Cowling & Integration Mfg. Content

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Product Structures/Engineering Bill Of Materials


OUTBOARD TOP LEVEL ASSEMBLY STRUCTURE
LEVEL 1 Product Identifier: Project Name and/or Model END MODEL Base Engine Short Block Structure Cylinder Head System Cranktrain Valvetrain Drive Lubrication Delivery Peripherals Fuel System Intake System Peripheral Mounting & Drive Fluid Containment & Routing Electrical System Assembly Ignition System Charging System Starting System Sensors & Switch Control System Wire Harness Mid Section Driveshaft Housing System Adaptor Plate Assenbly Oil Sump Assembly Exhaust Tube Assembly Muffler Assembly Transom Mount system, trim system, Steering Mechanisms Drive Train Gearcase System Shift Mechanism Propeller Cowling and Integration Cowling Graphics and Decals
Cowls, Chaps, Latches, Mounting Hardware Gearcase assembly (Include water pump), Jet Drive Assembly, Geacase fasteners Shift shafts, linkages, , Neutral switch, Actuator Propeller
DSH,Bus hing,Grom m et,Water pick up tube, s crews

LEVEL 2 Primary Structure

LEVEL 3 Secondary Breakdown (Groupings)

LEVEL 4-X Typical components (Note: Screws and attaching hardware are implied with identified components)

Block, Crankcase, Liners, Scrapers, Thermostat Head, Head Gasket, Valvetrain, Cam Cover Crank, Rod, Piston Flywheel, Main Bearings, Flywheel cover Chain, Belt, Tensioner, Giides, Sprockets, Pulleys Oil Pump, Pressure control, piston cooling, Check Valves Pump, Filter, Seperator, Plumbing, Injectors, Fuel Sensors, regulator, vent, cooler Throttle Body, Ducting, Manifilod, Intake air filters, Boost System, Charge cooling, Charge sensors , IAC, Throttle Linkage Accessory Drive ,Belt, Tensioner, Brackets, Flywheel cover Water hoses, water filters, Oil Hoses, external oil cooling, oil filter

Spark Plugs, Coils, Mounting & Routing hardware Alternator, Regulator Stator, Mounting Starter, Mounting, Relay, Solinoid

ECU, Software, Mounting Harness, Mounting, Relays, Solenoids

Telltale,Gaskets, Cowl drain, Screws,O ring Oil Sump, Tank, Oil Plug, O ring, Screws Water tube, Hose, Seal ,Striner tube, Pipe, Screw Muffler, Hose, Clamp

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Product Structures/Engineering Bill Of Materials

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Product Structures/Engineering Bill Of Materials

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Standard Product Template within Pro/E

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Product Structures/Engineering Bill Of Materials

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End user support

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Lessons /Strategies and Processes


IPEM Validation

Pro/E

IPEM
Teamcenter

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Strategies and Processes


Improvements in digestible chunks Continuous end user support ,communication & involvement Processes to help concurrent engineering Roles of Assembly Level Integrators

Roles of Project Integrators


Internal CAD Standards Model Check

Managing Personal Working Assemblies


Managing Working Directories Eliminating External References Drawing standards, Family Tables
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Questions

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