In this blog, we discuss how to improve the volume control wheel from a headset to allow a tactile feel for quick control. Enjoy!
It’s time for a project! This time, it’s all about Iron Man and creating a helmet of my own using SOLIDWORKS, Stratasys 3D Printing and casting technology.
GoEngineer’s Francisco Guzman blogs about his experience in performing a 3-point bend test of 3D printed polycarbonate. Read all about it here.
Learn about a brand new super-feature coming to SOLIDWORKS Visualize 2018 SP3 called the AI (Artificial Intelligence) Denoiser.
Capturing the perfect image while on an adventure can be difficult. We turn to Stratasys 3D Printing to create a tripod for a camera. Find out if it worked!
GoEngineer and companies like it help ACES support young people who might not otherwise begin—let alone find—their way toward solid, family-supporting careers in the STEAM disciplines.
A winner is announced for the Generative Design Challenge! Find out how Inspire was used to improve a part and assembly design to come ahead.
Are you ready to ‘test-drive’ the future of electrical systems design? Join us at a location near you to learn how to simplify your life with SOLIDWORKS Electrical real-time multi-user 2D and 3D design, collaboration, and creation of all your manufacturing documents.
Fast & exact prototypes that don’t break the bank! Drake Automotive utilizes GoEngineer technology to create exactly match parts with portable 3D scanning.
The PROPAGATE command is another example of how SOLIDWORKS Electrical will not only increase your productivity but does so in a way that we can also ensure accuracy. Learn more.
CPQ stands for Configure-Price-Quote. CPQ can be defined as a system that allows a customer to specify their requirements and receive a quote for the products that will meet their needs. Learn more here.
GoEngineer sponsors the University of Texas at Dallas (UTD) in competing against international university teams The Formula SAE® Series competitions provide opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students to conceive, design, fabricate, and develop short-wheelbase formula-style vehicles.
Kate Hedberg, Application Engineer at GoEngineer, recently created a model of the Star Wars ship Millennium Falcon and, using SOLIDWORKS® Visualize, “traveled” the known universe—in pictures!
Learn how Ben Modic uses SOLIDWORKS Flow Simulation to compare bicycle seatpost designs for optimal performance. Happy Riding!
Learn how we designed and 3D print a utility truck cup holder using SOLIDWORKS 3D CAD software and Stratasys 3D printers.