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If you use 3D PDF on a 64-bit operating system and have noticed issues, this is the post for you. In this post you'll find a brief history of 3D PDF to set context, a breakdown of the 64-bit 3D PDF...

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By Patrick Dunfey

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If you have ever tried to do something yourself (change your car’s oil, home repairs/renovations, tuning your bike, sell your house, sizing a new market for product launch) you know how helpful...

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By Doug Halliday Imagine yourself in an industry where once vital tribal knowledge of how products are envisioned, designed, engineered, and manufactured is changing so fast you wonder if you can...

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Do your people excel at making technical files and data accessible and usable to all parties across the value chain?

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Are your competitors aiming to plug the gaps in their value chain and work more strategically with partners? You bet they are.

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Inside discrete manufacturers, a complex mix of disconnected files and data need to be made accessible, usable, and maintained for internal and external users across the value chain.

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Now, before I get to the 3 Things, I must confess, this post is looking at the supply chain world through the lens of the discrete manufacturing industry. While it is a half a trillion-dollar...

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The Technical Data Collaboration Maturity Model shows the progression from file-centric to data-centric collaboration, and the business and people benefits that accrue as you move from technical data...

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There’s a fundamental problem with work instructions today. For too many manufacturers, the process can be a disconnected mix of documents, screenshots, slides, data, paper, and emails that form a...

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For most manufacturers, “easy” isn’t a word often used to describe the process of creating and sharing work instructions. Mostly, engineers and project planners spend an inordinate amount of time...

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The ultimate goal of a digital thread strategy is to provide access to traditionally difficult to share technical and knowledge-based data. However, because it is a strategy or framework, not a...

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The goal of a digital thread is to connect everyone across the enterprise to the full array of technical data that is traditionally difficult to share or access. When done well, this transforms...

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By:  Patrick Dunfey | Vice President of Marketing and Sales Enablement at Anark - October 4, 2021 Your manufacturing enterprise has been through the agony, pain and fatigue of implementing CAD, ERP,...

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From 3D PDF to web-based content delivery: The next generation of engineering data collaboration has arrived By:  Scott Collins | Anark CTO and EVP of Product Development on September 13, 2021

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Digital Work Instructions and effective collaboration have long been known to offer advantages to manufacturers, but how do you get started?   By:  Stephen Collins | Anark CEO and President on August...

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How Technical Data Packages Support Digital Thread Initiatives     By:  Scott Collins | Anark CTO and Executive VP of Product Development on June 25, 2021   The goal of business transformation for...

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Cybercrime in manufacturing is very real and becoming increasingly common. How can you secure your design IP while sharing it throughout your supply chain?  By:  Scott Collins | Anark CTO and...

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It’s time to stop doing the same things, in the same way, with supply chain collaboration. You and your suppliers need to be more agile, resilient, and responsive. But how can you make that happen...

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Prepare for your workforce of the future by enabling your workforce of ‘Now’ By:  Stephen Collins | Anark CEO and Co-Founder on March 1, 2021 As a manufacturer you are currently navigating your way...

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