Softwares and Design at Nikhtish
In today’s increasingly competitive global market, manufacturers of industrial machinery or heavy equipment face daunting development challenges. The need to accelerate product time-to-market, control costs, and improve product complexity we at NIKHTISH carry out product development using 3 D design software Solid Edge from Siemens.
Phases of Design
- Conceptual Design – The phase includes designing a concept for a product and if it is an existing product, crating a new configuration
- Mechanical and Electrical Design – The phase includes the selection of vendor-supplied components. Typically, the product is prototyped to test its capabilities and to ensure manufacturability. Through back-and-forth communication between engineering and manufacturing, including redesign and retesting, the design is proven out.
- Release for Production – The phase includes creation and completion of production-quality drawings other documentation. And the design is released for production
With Solid Edge-3DCADtools, our engineers can compress design cycles and cut development costs. 3D models are easier to visualize and understand than 2Ddrawings. Having the ability to shade and rotate a model in 3Dspace pro¬vides a much more complete and natural way to view the design for engineers as well as managers, manufacturing, and customers—it is about as close as you can get to hold the real part in your hand. And real-time photo rendering, called Real View and provides photorealistic viewing of designs, so we can show customers what the finished product will look like.
Conceptual design is often highly visual and interactive, requiring back-and-forth communication with customers and marketing personnel to convey ideas, garner feedback, and infuse the highest degree of market and customer intelligence into the development of a new product design concept. Accomplishing this step in a 2D environment is often slow, awkward, and ineffective, primarily because of the difficulties attendant to communicating 3Dconcepts solely with 2Dengineering drawings.
Equipped with the enhanced visualization capabilities of 3D, designers and engineers have a more complete understanding of their designs, which in turn leads to higher levels of creativity. As a result, investigating new concepts and innovative features is faster.