SigmundWorks - Tolerance Stack Up Analysis inside SolidWorks

What is Tolerance Stacks?

Engineers are always confronted with the dilema -
  • What should be the tolerance values that need to be assigned to part features?
  • How will the part feature tolerances add up (influence) assembly build and function?
Study of the effect of part tolerances in assembly build as well as assignment of individual part feature tolerance for a specified assembly build form the basis of mechanical tolerance stacks.

Why Perfom Tolerance Stack Analysis?

  • Eliminates ambiguity in Drawing Generation
  • Confirms to Standards
  • Eliminates re-work
  • Selective Tolerancing controls Cost
  • Eliminates Rejection
  • Reduces per-piece cost
  • Helps understand and correct process deviations
  • Increases profitability

Why SigmundWorks for Tolerance Analysis?

SigmundWorks inside SolidWorks leverages on power SolidWorks functionality in G D & T to predict Assembly Build.  Some of the benefits include:

  • DimXpert - completeness and correctness of Drawings according to ASME Y 14.5 / ISO Standards
  • Ease of Use
  • CAD Integrated Tolerance Analysis inside SolidWorks for powerful functionality
  • Tolerance Optimization for least Cost
  • Exhaustive Report of Assembly Build Prediction
  • Estimation of PPM Rejections at Design Stage
  • Interference Check for tolerance variations
SigmundWorks is a Tolerance Analysis software Designed and Developed by Varatech Inc., USA - Dimensional Management Experts

Compelling Reasons to Implement SigmundWorks

Manufacturing Industries face challenging situations in terms of profitability, cost reduction, predatory pricing from competition in addition to ever expanding boundaries in quality control.  Every company aspring to be a leader in the market place needs to address the following:
  1. Is prediction of rejections in terms of PPM, before the first prototype is built, important for profitability and costing?
  2. Is Least Cost Tolerancing important for our products?
  3. Is it important that rejections are to be eliminated?
  4. Identifying and bringing processes back to specified range - is it important when rejections start increasing?
  5. Irrespective of whether products are produced in low or high volume, is quality in assembly build important?
  6. Do performance parameters of the product depend on part dimensions?
  7. Have we delivered the best product at the most affordable cost to our customers?
  8. Is next generation technology important for our organization to survive and remain competitive?
If the answers to the above are in affirmative, it is time to invest in SigmundWorks NOW !