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Customer Satisfaction Survey

Each year around this time, Zuken wants to hear from you on how we are doing. This year’s Customer Satisfaction Survey has changed from last year with new topics that include product, staff interaction, support, training, and company vision.

Please take about 4 minutes to give us the good, the bad and the ugly. We would love to hear from you. And to show our appreciation, we will send you a $5.00 Starbucks Gift Card.

FREE e-Training Comes to the Community

Zuken USA is happy to announce that new e-Training modules for E3.series and CR-8000 are now available in the Community for all active maintenance customers. This is a big win for our maintenance customers, who will now have free access to all e-Training courses in the Community. The course material is entirely up to date to support the 2019 product releases. If you are a maintenance customer and not part of the Community, what are you waiting for? Join today to take advantage of the free training!

ZIW 2021 Attendee Pulse Survey

Happy New Year! 2021 brings expectations for a brighter future ahead and the opportunity to return to meeting in person. We’re feeling some cautious excitement about what the coming months may bring.

What are your thoughts on all of this? Has your perspective changed now that vaccines are becoming available? In our fourth round of this Pulse Survey, we aim to assess your changing views as we consider plans for ZIW in 2021.

Please take a few minutes to provide your feedback. Your participation is essential to help our team prepare for the time when we can once again safely meet in person. As always, submissions remain anonymous.

Digital Engineering for Electrical & Electronic Design
This eBook describes an MBSE based process for Electrical and Electronic design. The eBook begins with model content and structure with the purpose of implementation and the need for a “design envelope”.

The biggest challenge in MBSE gaining broad adoption is making the model relevant through the product life cycle. Learn how you can overcome this daunting hurdle while maintaining the model as the single source of truth.

Top 10 Tech Tips for 2020
2021 is FINALLY here! And it is always fun to look back at one of our most popular publications to see what Tech Tips rose to the top.

Spoiler alert, our number one Tech Tip is Managing Variants Part 1. Check out the list, you may find something interesting and helpful.

There will be many more new Tech Tips arriving this year. Sign up for our Blog alerts so you won’t miss any!
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Top 10 Blog Posts of 2020
We pulled the numbers and found the most popular posts published in 2020. As always, we want to give a big shoutout to all of our contributing writers and of course, you the visitor, who make this blog something we continue to be proud of year after year.

If we were to pick a theme for the top 10 most popular blogs in 2020, it would be Digital Engineering. You may have noticed an uptick in Digital Engineering content, and it seems to be resonating with our audience. Look for more Digital Engineering content in 2021.
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Multi-Board Signal Integrity 

The first step to checking signal integrity between two boards is to create a system connection using the Multi-Board CB. Select the Multi-Board tab in Design Force, then Multi-Board CB. Start a new configuration file and select the two boards and open them...  

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Methods for Modeling Backshells, Part 1  

Backshells are commonly used to augment the connector assembly in cable harnesses and can be represented in multiple ways in E3.series. This video covers the first two of four different methods of representing backshells in E3.series.

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Most Popular Webinar in 2020 –
MBSE for Wire Harness Design
The popularity of Digital Engineering has been seen in the blog and now our webinars. Zuken is leading the way on integrated MBSE into a wire harness design process. If you are interested in Digital Engineering, you may want to watch this webinar.

One of the big challenges facing Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) is keeping the model relevant throughout the product life cycle.  Without relevance, the model becomes an artifact of Systems Engineering and has limited ROI benefits.  Creating a model that provides the implementation design envelope and is directly connected to the detailed design process is the first step in model relevance. 
Meet Our People: Laura, Applications Engineer
Laura Mirto joined Zuken in 2019, after working in the automotive wire harness design industry. She is an Applications Engineer on the customer support team who wears many hats every day, not the least of which is that of a valued member of the Zuken family. Based in her home office in Gilbert, Arizona, Laura recently talked with me and shared her story.

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E3.series: Electrical and Wire Harness Design
Harness Builder for E3.series
E3.series is a Windows-based, scalable, easy-to-learn system for the design of wiring and control systems, hydraulics and pneumatics.
Harness Builder for E3.series is a powerful yet easy to use tool based on the proven E3.series toolset from Zuken.

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