Reduce simulation verification time by 83 percent

Parfaite | Taiwan

Reduce simulation verification time by 83 percent


Case Study

Precision tool and high-speed spindle specialist uses Solid Edge to reduce simulation verification time by 83 percent

Parfaite Tool

Siemens Digital Industries Software solution enables Parfaite to reduce design errors

Taking an innovative approach

Founded in 1982, Parfaite Tool Co., Ltd (Parfaite) is a leader in the area of automated production equipment, and specializes in the research, development, manufacture and sale of motorized, high-speed spindles, high-precision tool holders and customized tools. The company also produces clamping jigs, inspection jigs and similar products that are used for manufacturing and machining engine parts.

Parfaite, which means “perfection” in French, has integrated design, production and machining within its factory, and excels in product precision and delivery. With over 30 years of experience in the aerospace, automotive and locomotive industries, the company has built a significant user base in Taiwan, Japan and Southeast Asia. It has branches and acting regional offices on six continents.

Parfaite has long sought a competitive advantage by focusing on research and development (R&D). For example, the company’s Electric Speeder, which was granted an innovative research award by the Taiwanese Ministry of Economic Affairs, can be used to improve the spindle speed efficiency of a machine. Also in 1995, the company’s motorized high-speed spindle, which was the first of its kind in Taiwan, went into mass production, providing Parfaite with significant market differentiation.

Parfaite’s core competency and competitive advantage is in automation design. With the implementation of Solid Edge® software from product lifecycle management (PLM) specialist Siemens Digital Industries Software, Parfaite is able to use design tools to fulfill specific design requirements, which is essential to improving overall design and machining efficiency.

“The enhancements provided by switching to 3D computer-aided design (CAD) using Solid Edge have not only greatly improved our business by accelerating product delivery and increasing profitability, but they have also helped us accumulate rich technical experience,” says Kuo Kuochen, R&D manager, Parfaite. “Although we had a late start in the customization business, switching to 3D with Solid Edge has accelerated our company’s overall growth and made positive impacts on our business.”