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Research Report: Working Together for Developing Innovative Electromechanical Products

As time goes on, there are fewer products developed and manufactured that are truly 100 percent mechanical or electrical. Combined mechanical, electrical and electronic components are part of virtually all contemporary value-add products. However, too often there is a disconnect between electrical and mechanical design engineers that needs to be resolved.

Electrical and mechanical design engineers need to work more closely together to ensure a successful outcome, but they need new, capable tools and support systems. But what systems are available to facilitate this type of collaboration?

In this research report we will discuss the problems, challenges and solutions of working across disciplines, and how building collaborative bridges between disciplines can make it possible to create more valuable and useful products.

In this research report, you’ll learn:
  • The importance of working across engineering discipline divides.
  • About the common issues that impact the electromechanical design process.
  • How you can improve your design process with ECAD/MCAD integration.

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