Harness design tool

  • 02-Sep-2008 01:10 EDT
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The latest wire harness design from Synopsys, Saber Harness 2008.09 Release, is a software tool for designing and analyzing complex wire harnesses found in automotive, space, and aircraft systems. Improvements include multi- and modular connector enhancements; temperature zones and harness filtering; variant management and assembly tool improvements; harness verification improvements including loads and drivers; customizable mechanical computer-aided design (MCAD) export for manufacturing output; assembly database concurrency for harness and sub-harness design; harness site manager graphical user interface improvements; enhanced design flow support for global design teams; and updated interfaces to MCAD systems.

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