E³.series News

Pantec Automation cuts machine manufacturing turnaround time by around 50%, reduces product costs, and helps protects IP for its customers, using E3.series

The FINAL VERSION of E³.series 2017 has been released and is now available for download.

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.


Zuken’s latest version of E3.series offers engineers a live-feel, collaborative environment, along with a range of individual and multi-user usability and productivity features.


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.


30 June 2015 – Zuken announces improved overall productivity for electrical design, plus sector-specific enhancements for automotive and manufacturing.


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.


Build 1614 (v.2015) & Build 1703 (v.2016) is now available for download from the FTP server.

Build 1604 is now available for download from the FTP server. Remember that this patch is not valuable for everyone, so please check out the content in the patch first.

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