Inspection Geni on show at SolidWorks Mechanical & Industrial Designers Meeting in Israel

Inspection Geni live demonstrations and case studies showcased at the Hilton Hotel, Tel Aviv, October 3, 2011

Hertzlia, Israel October 3, 2011 —SolidWorks® CAD Gold Partner Inspection Geni (IG) is exhibiting at t 16th Annual SolidWorks Mechanical & Industrial Designers Meeting at the Hilton Hotel Tel Aviv, today.

The meeting showcases SolidWorks solutions that are essential to the planning process, allowing designers to enjoy a complete process under a single product family umbrella, enabling them to manage and share information, perform simulations of the external environment, and generate FAI and Inspection Reports within the CAD environment.

”We will demonstrate how the latest version of Inspection Geni - 3.1- can benefit designers who work with SolidWorks,” said Doron Sashkis, CEO, Albitech, the developer of Inspection Geni.

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“This includes the ability to generate and view detailed history reports that will enable designers to track all the changes that have been made on a model, revealing the dimensions that have been altered as well as custom properties.

“In the past this wasn’t possible as the process became a manual one once it left the designer’s desktop. So should an error take place or a misunderstanding occur regarding a particular dimension, the designer would not be able to easily identify the problem,” he explained. “Typical drawings can have hundreds, or thousands of dimensions, and without a dimensional ID the designer will struggle to locate the problem and then correct it.”

Today, using IG 3.1’s dimension ID’s and history module, designers are now able to promptly and accurately respond to any changes or inquiries.

According to Sashkis, the changes are in line with the latest version of SolidWorks. New features include:

  • Automated functions such as Ballooning Dimension IDs & Track Changes History
  • Enhanced Performance and Quality improvements for a more continuous workflow
  • Fundamental changes to your product development process
  • Extensive support for project collaboration and team connectivity

Albitech Demos Dimension-Driven Design Change Tracking with Inspection Geni

Inspection Geni on show at Technologies’ SolidWorks LiveEvents seminar – 2012 in Channai, India

Hertzlia, Israel September 22, 2011 —SolidWorks® CAD Gold Partner Inspection Geni (IG) to exhibit at the SIM Technologies’ SolidWorks LiveEvents seminar in Channai, India.

“We are demonstrating how Inspection Geni 3.1 benefits designers using SolidWorks. This includes the ability to customize company-specific property settings, as well as the detailed history reports that may be generated, allowing users to track changes made to all dimensions and view custom properties,” said Sridhar M C, from MCS Techno Solutions.

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In line with the new SolidWorks 2012 version, Inspection Geni 3.1 offers a host of new features, including:

  • Automated functions such as Ballooning Dimension IDs & Track Changes History
  • Enhanced Performance and Quality improvements for a more continuous workflow
  • Fundamental changes to your product development process
  • Extensive support for project collaboration and team connectivity

The unique selling point of Inspection Geni 3.1 - due for release worldwide in Q4 this year - is the new dimension-driven design change tracking feature which empowers designers by automatically recording a history of the changes made to any drawing once it has left his desktop. Today, using IG 3.1’s dimension ID’s and history module, designers are now able to promptly and accurately respond to any changes or inquiries.

Speaking from India, Sridhar M C said Inspection Geni 3.1.0 is SolidWorks software taken to a new dimension. “It offers customization of company specific property settings, and generates detailed history reports that benefits SolidWorks designers in India by allowing them to track the changes made to all dimensions and custom properties,” he concluded.


Albitech Ltd. & Advanced Technology Enterprise introduce Inspection Geni to Singapore Manufacturing Sector

Singapore-based reseller, Advanced Technology Enterprise last month highlighted the latest Gold Certified Solution partner program to SolidWorks users – Inspection Geni - at a series of productivity workshops

Hertzlia, Israel, July 15, 2011 —SolidWorks® CAD Gold Partner, Albitech Ltd, the developer of the SolidWorks Gold Certified Solution partner program, Inspection Geni (IG), recently completed a first of a series of productivity workshops hosted by its Singapore VAR, Advanced Technology Enterprise (ATE).

Managed by ATE, the workshops presented the latest SolidWorks approved document design inspection solution to firms in the Asian Defense, Marine, Oil & Gas, Automation & Machinery and Electronics sectors, among others.

"The objective of the workshops was to demonstrate IG’s ability to verify and document all Dimensional IDs, providing SolidWorks-certified designers with the ability to create Interactive Dimension trees, balloon drawings and First Article Inspection sheet reports within the application itself," said Doron Sashkis, CEO of Albitech.

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"Quality control is vital to the success of any manufacturing project, and our customers will reap the benefits of being able to run a SolidWorks add-on like IG," said Sng Eng Sim, General Manager, ATE.

"This solution allows manufacturers that use SolidWorks to speed up their inspection processes; while working with multiple versions and multiple drawings without any limits on the ability to track changes –a significant pain area," added Sashkis.

According to Sashkis, IG addresses both of these industry pain points by automating what is a typically manual inspection process. "IG automatically balloons SolidWorks drawings and generates inspection reports in Excel or PDF formats, providing designers and product managers with a single uniform platform to deal with inspection reports.

"Creating interactive chronology-based dimension trees, and offering complete dimension change tracking reports for companies that do not have expensive PDM systems, is a significant benefit," he said.

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