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XDI 3D – 3D CAD on the Cloud

  • - Modeling
  • - Generative Design

*We provided a dedicated client manager to facilitate implementation, deployment, onboarding, and training


StartUp Packages Additional Needs



  • Create detailed operations with work instructions
  • WKS provides an immersive environment for authoring work instruction types, including text-based work instructions, data collection, signoffs and alerts. These work instruction types can be easily sequenced with simple drag-and-drop capabilities for a specific operation in the process plan. Users can highlight important information with Rich Text Format Instructions.
  • Author work instructions based on a configured engineering and manufacturing dataset.
  • Users can author work instructions based on a loaded configuration of the product and process data. The work instructions themselves can be configured, reducing manufacturing errors by eliminating ambiguity and exactly matching each product build.
  • Author work instructions using the current state of the 3D environment
  • Work instructions are created at the operational level of the process plan, giving users a contextual shop-floor view of the state of the product and resources in any step of the process. Representations of the manufactured parts can be displayed instead of the design parts whenever there is a difference. Users can visualize the product build-up, position of the resources, and the position of the product relative to the resources in the virtual model.
  • Enrich instructions with documents.
  • Documents of all types, including drawings, 3D models, images, specifications, data sheets, videos, and NC programs can be attached to the work instruction to describe the planner’s intent in more detail.
  • Capture images of the 3D virtual model.
  • An integrated snapshot command captures the state of the virtual model and the 3D environment and automatically attaches the image to the work instruction.
  • Manage standard work instructions in catalogs.
  • WKS allows users to capture best-practice work instructions and organize them in catalogs for quick retrieval and reuse, supporting corporate standardization and saving work for Instruction Authors.
  • Preview the authored instructions.
  • WKS users can generate HTML-based shop-floor work instructions and preview them for validation before exporting them. WKS includes a catalog of customizable HTML templates that allow non-HTML-knowledgeable authors to develop and deliver HTML-based work instructions. The use of templates supports corporate documentation standards.
  • Quick understanding of work instructions status.
  • Users can get a quick understanding of the status of the current work instructions before they start working on a process plan. Instruction status such as Locked by a User or Locked for Maturity Level is displayed on the editor. Document properties such as Modification Date and Maturity Level are also available on the work instruction. This helps concurrent users to plan by letting them know why data cannot be edited, speeding up the review-and-release process.
  • Openness for Work Instructions Authoring.
  • Users can author work instructions using CAA C++ APIs and create and sequence a work instruction under an operation. Users can create work instructions and can easily migrate them from legacy systems into the 3D3DEXPERIENCE® platform.
  • Enterprise Knowledge Language support for Work Instructions.
  • Work Instructions can be authored using Enterprise Knowledge Language scripts. Users can add new Work Instruction Text, Data Collection, Alerts or Sign-offs under a system operation. This gives them the flexibility to bypass the user Interface to create work Instructions.