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QIF Tech Series Coffee Chat

November 30, 2021 @ 11am ET Modeling Challenges to Enabling a Model-Based Enterprise Presented by Bryan Fischer (Head of MBE Consulting Practice, International TechneGroup) Registration Link: coming soon   Abstract Coming Soon! Registration Link: coming soon The Digital Metrology Standards Consortium (DMSC) member QIF End Users & Solution Providers present QIF Tech Series topics monthly through November 2021. The webinar…



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QIF Tech Series Coffee Chat

September 28, 2021 @ 11am ET Planning Your Model-Based Journey Presented by Jesse Zahner (Project Specialist, Sigmetrix) Registration Link: click here   Abstract As it relates to QIF, GD&T Advisor by Sigmetrix and Inventor by Autodesk are both tools to help improve the data definition of what gets carried through the Digital Thread, emphasizing adherence to the standards so consuming…



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Elysium Major Product Update Now Supports QIF 3.0

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Rochester, NY/Southfield, MI September 3, 2021 Elysium Major Product Update Now Supports QIF 3.0 Software company Elysium has announced support for QIF 3.0 (Quality Information Framework) in the latest product update of their 3DxSUITE EX9, available August 1, 2021. This newest update offers primary support of QIF 3.0 with bi-directional translation and validation of the MBD portion.…



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Autodesk Announces Support for QIF 3.0 in AutoCAD Inventor 2022

DMSC News Release March 30, 2021 Autodesk, Inc. recently released AutoCAD Inventor 2022 with a focus on collaboration workflow and automation. Quality Information Framework (QIF) 3.0 support has been added this new release. Previous AutoCAD versions included limited Jupiter Tessellation (JT) file support for exporting Product Manufacturing Information (PMI) data, while this latest version adds support for exporting semantic PMI…



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MBE Summit 2021

Model-Based Enterprise Summit 2021 (Live Virtual Event) The goal of the MBE Summit is to identify challenges, implementation issues, and lessons learned in design, manufacturing, quality assurance, and sustainment of products and processes where digital models provide an authoritative source of information for activities across a product’s lifecycle. The theme of the MBE Summit 2021 is Supporting Resilient Supply Chains…



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Everyday QIF Explained at Metromeet 2021

With the acceptance of QIF 3.0 by ISO in 2020, the ability to exchange model-based Quality data up and down the manufacturing supply chain is now a bit more mainstream. Jennifer Herron, CEO of Action Engineering (Golden, Colorado, USA), will present at the virtual 2021 Metromeet Conference March 25, 2021 on applications of the Quality Information Framework (QIF): "How this…



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DMSC Webinar: QIF 201 Outlining the QIF Schemas

With the cancellation of the NIST 2020 MBE Summit, Digital Metrology Standards Consortium (DMSC) instead conducted a series of 40-minute webinars presenting content originally intended as Quality Information Framework (QIF) tutorials at the 2020 MBE Summit. Webinar: QIF 201 Outlining the QIF Schemas Date: Thursday, April 30, 2020 This event has now passed; however the webinar was recorded and is…



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DMSC Webinar: QIF 101 Basics

With the cancellation of the NIST 2020 MBE Summit, Digital Metrology Standards Consortium (DMSC) instead conducted a series of 40-minute webinars presenting content originally intended as Quality Information Framework (QIF) tutorials at the 2020 MBE Summit. Webinar: QIF 101 Understanding QIF Basics Date: Thursday, April 23, 2020 This event has now passed; however the webinar was recorded and is now…



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Whitepaper – Why QIF Matters: A Road Map for Digital Manufacturing

Whitepaper on Why QIF Mattters: a Road Map for Digital Manufacturing

This paper was presented at the NIST MBE Summit in April 2019. It discusses how the ANSI DMSC Quality Information Framework (QIF) standard provides benefit to the Model-Based Enterprise (MBE) in two important ways: (1) automation of cyber-physical processes, allowing faster realization of higher quality products at lower cost, and (2) by providing traceability of massive quantities of measurement-related data…



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Why QIF Matters: A Road Map for Digital Manufacturing

Why QIF Matters: Digital Manufacturing Road Map

How the ANSI/DMSC Quality Information Framework (QIF) standard provides benefit to the Model-Based Enterprise (MBE) will be presented by Curtis Brown, President of the DMSC and a panel of experts at the 2019 MBE Summit. QIF standard benefits MBE in two important ways: (1) automation of cyber-physical processes, allowing faster realization of higher quality products at lower cost, and (2)…