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CCS has developed a CAD connector for Zuken E³.series

Electrical designers can access free library data from more than 250 component manufacturers

By www.Zuken.com: UK-based Electroflight has recently selected E³.series. Specialists in high performance electric powertrains, Electroflight is using E3.series to design, build, test and commercialize an all-electric aircraft – all within a 24-month timeframe – as part of the Accelerating the Electrification of Flight (ACCEL) research initiative.

24 July 2018 – Munich, Germany and Westford, MA, USA – The latest release of Zuken’s electrical and fluid engineering solution, E3.series, addresses the challenge of growing complexity within today’s products and processes.

Zuken Enables 3D, Barrier-free Collaboration Between Automotive OEMs and Harness Suppliers.

27 July 2017 – Munich, Germany and Westford, MA, USA – Zuken announces the availability of E3.series 2017, which marks another milestone in the continuous evolution of Zuken’s powerful electrical, wire harness, and fluid engineering design tool.

Mecalac (formerly Terex GB), a global manufacturer of compact plant machinery, providing market-leading solutions - cut the time taken to develop right-first-time cable harnesses for its heavy plant vehicles with E3.series.

M-Sport race team is latest to adopt Zuken tool for electrical design. Over the past year Zuken has seen a significant increase in the uptake of its E3.series electrical design tool within the motorsport sector.

10 November 2015 – Racetech Harnessing Ltd, a designer and manufacturer of high quality electrical and electronic systems for the professional motorsport industry, has adopted Zuken’s E3.series for its harness design.

December 10, 2015 - CCS Sweden has signed a partnership agreement with Aras Corporation to create an integration between E³.series and Aras Innovator.

9. April 2015 – Munich, Germany and Westford, MA, USA – This spring Zuken joins some of the best and most influential minds in the automotive industry to address current challenges in the sector.

January, 2015 – Piaggio Group has adopted Zuken’s E3.series to support increasing cabling complexity and volume and to enhance their electrical design efficiency and quality.

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