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WEBINAR: Virtual Master Model
Wednesday, March 6th 9-10am EST and 2-3pm EST

  • Challenged by the complexity of managing large overloaded models?
  • Baffled in devising an approach to build variants for a product with excessive variability?
  • Fed-up with unwieldy overloaded assemblies?

Learn innovative solutions with SIGMAXIM's Virtual Master Model™ (VMM).

While using a Master Model approach to build variant products may be useful, it introduces many downstream problems such as PLM conflicts, extended load times, and model complexity, as well as the challenge of complex maintenance.

SIGMAXIM’s VMM, a breakthrough framework for building Engineer-to-Order product variants, resolves these issues by managing rules and variant info externally from the Creo assembly.

VMM extrapolates rich Creo data and integrates it with rules-based automation for smaller, more manageable data in PLM. Thanks to VMM’s flexible and intelligent logic and rules, engineers can design highly-engineered products at any scale and complexity, as well as build variants that never existed before from the ground up. Both CTO & ETO are addressed, including products where features are added as needed, and new part numbers created.

Charles Farah, SIGMAXIM

Join Charles M. Farah, Technical Director at SIGMAXIM, as he presents Virtual Master Model’s transformative capabilities. He’ll review real-world cases, present a demo, and have a Q&A. Learn how VMM can revolutionize your unique approach to building To-Order products in Creo.


  • New to MBD

  • Mid-Journey MBD

  • Advanced MBD Users



    Wednesday, March 6th @ 9-10am EST
    (15:00-16:00 CET)



    Wednesday, March 6th @ 2-3pm EST
    (20:00-21:00 CET)


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