Boeing Task Guide Solutions

Boeing Task Guide Solutions

The Boeing Task Guide – Solutions This is our fourth article on the subject of Aerospace Validation. For previous articles, see this introductory article on Boeing Validation Spec D6 (which focuses primarily on data extraction), part 2 of the same article (which focuses on validation of derived CAD models), as well as this article on the AS9100 standard (which is more commonly used in Europe). This article addresses elements of the Boeing DPT Task Guide, also known as the Assessor Task Guide Section 19: Does the supplier verify dataset translations when a supplier translates Boeing authority datasets from their as received format into their manufacturing...
Video Tutorials and Overviews

Video Tutorials and Overviews

Many TransMagic users are not aware that there are helpful video tutorials and overviews available on the TransMagic site; here’s the rundown. All of these videos can be found at http://www.transmagic.com/support/video-tutorials/ Overview Videos TransMagic R12 What’s New Aerospace Validation and Certification Overview Basic TransMagic Video Tutorials Top 5 Tips for New TransMagic Users Quick Tips: Save As and Export Quick Tips: File Open and Import 7 Ways to Improve Your CAD Game Viewing & Quoting Video Tutorials Where’s My CAD Data, Part 1 Where’s My CAD Data, Part 2 Where’s My CAD Data, Part 3 Reorient Parts for Bounding...
Boeing Spec D6-51991 Part 2

Boeing Spec D6-51991 Part 2

Boeing Spec D6-51991 Part 2 addresses another critical aspect of the Boeing D651991 spec: Translations. For our recent articles on aerospace validation checking, see this introductory article on Boeing Spec D6, as well as this article on AS9100. Boeing requires suppliers to validate that models used for downstream operations by the supplier are, within a specific tolerance, the same as the files originally provided by Boeing. This is called Model Validation.   See a short model validation capabilities overview video (article continues below):   8.2 – Translations – When suppliers translate from Native CAD format to alternate formats...
Boeing Spec D6-51991

Boeing Spec D6-51991

Last week we overviewed the advantages TransMagic can give aerospace manufacturers who need to comply with the AS9100 standard. This week we dig into Boeing spec D6-51991. Part 2 of this article covers Boeing D6 Spec Translations; if you need information on Aerospace Standard 9100, see the AS9100 article here. Boeing maintains strict standards for CAD geometry used for their design and manufacturing processes; if you are a supplier to Boeing, or a sub-tier supplier to Boeing, you may be subject to requirements of Boeing Spec D6-51991, which consolidates and replaces several previous requirements. This post will focus on section 7.5 of the spec,...
MagicCheck – CAD Model Comparison

MagicCheck – CAD Model Comparison

“Protect your downstream manufacturing investment with Point-to-Part Comparison, Part-to-Part Comparison, and Part- to-Part Validation” MagicCheck CAD model comparison software quickly opens all major 3D CAD formats, including point data, to compare against the source CAD model and analyze accuracy. Produce validation, revision and inspection reports for quality control processes. Find errors early while they are still manageable. What’s A Good Fit For MagicCheck? Job Shops and service bureaus who need to verify customer revisions to ensure no unexpected changes are missed. Prototyping specialists who need to compare scanned points against the CAD...