Stephen Corner | Documenting SolidWorks Designs at Mayo Clinic, Model-Based Definition (MBD)

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Stephen Corner

Stephen is the go-to person for creative design work at the Mayo Clinic and has been working at Mayo for the past 20 years. He’s also the Chair of documentations standards workgroup, he figures out how to document SolidWorks designs. Stephen is a mechanical engineer with a P.E. license. In this episode we discuss the advantages of Model-Based Definition (MBD), and specializing vs. being a jack of all trades.

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