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Ronald Debrabant

Technical Integration Engineer

General Motors Corp.

HQ Phone:  (313) 556-5000

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General Motors Corp.

300 Renaissance Center

Detroit, Michigan,48265

United States

Company Description

General Motors Co. (NYSE:GM, TSX: GMM) and its partners produce vehicles in 30 countries, and the company has leadership positions in the world's largest and fastest-growing automotive markets. GM, its subsidiaries and joint venture entities sell vehicles unde...more

Background Information

Employment History

Program Manager

Dienamic Tooling Systems, Inc


Founder and Chief Executive Officer

3rd Gear Performance


Director of Design Process

GM


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Feature Article - GM's Metal Fabricating Division Stamps its Approval of CAD/CAM - 07/99

www.autofieldguide.com [cached]

Bottom line: "What used to take days can now be reduced to minutes," according to GM's Roy DeBrabant, director of Design Process & CAD/CAM Integration.,GSV


Feature Article - GM's Metal Fabricating Division Stamps its Approval of CAD/CAM - 07/99

www.autofieldguide.com [cached]

Bottom line: "What used to take days can now be reduced to minutes," according to GM's Roy DeBrabant, director of Design Process & CAD/CAM Integration.- GSVJust Think of the Trees That Died for These Cars


Alias|Wavefront awarded unprecedented software agreement with General Motors

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According to Ron Debrabant, GM's Director of Design Process & CAD|CAM Integration, "This partnership is really about developing a stronger and very important relationship with Alias|Wavefront.The customized application based training and consulting services ensures that the software is efficiently integrated into GM's fast vehicle development design process supporting our ability to create innovative and compelling designs even more rapidly."GM Design


MachineDesign.com: Software Designs Concept Cars in less than an Hour

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"What once took days can be cut to minutes," says Ron DeBrabant, director of Design Process & CAD/CAM Integration for General Motors."The software technology gives us a control structure using parametric modeling that will include vehicle architecture, assemblies, and components.Control data or interface parameters for a total vehicle can then be shared from program to program in reusable math-model libraries.We can quickly explore design alternatives by simply changing a component's design criteria or parametrics.All related assemblies and components are updated simultaneously," says DeBrabant.


Solid Concepts Inc.: SOLID CONCEPTS ANNOUNCES THE AVAILABILITY OF SOLIDVIEW 3.0

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According to Ron DeBrabant, Director of Design Process & CAD/CAM Integration at General Motors, there is a tremendous benefit in having an integrated 2D and 3D view and markup system."Having a shaded 3D model you can easily measure is great for visualizing a design," says DeBrabant, "but many organizations such as manufacturing and purchasing require detailed information that is typically only available in a 2D drawing.Being able to view and markup 2D and 3D information in one system will allow everyone to have access to the design information they need to complete their job."SolidView 3.0 supports a number of 2D vector formats, including CGM, HPGL, HPGL2, and 2D DXF , as well as popular raster formats such as BMP, TIFF, PCT, and JPG.Text files may also be imported, making it easy to add existing textual and report information to SolidView files.Once a 2D object has been loaded into SolidView, the user can move, scale or clip the image as needed.For example, a user may want to only show a particular GD&T frame that is currently part of a complete engineering drawing.


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