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Superbike Braking: SOLIDWORKS at 190 MPH

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Olympic Archery: Hoyt

by Mitch Bossart, Industry Writer for GoEngineer

Figure 2: Mackenzie Brown holds her Hoyt overhead after clinching a World Cup victory.

Hoyt Archery of Salt Lake City, Utah has a large number of athletes from around the world using its bows, including everyone on Team USA. Brady Ellison, Jake Kaminski, and Zach Garret make up the men’s

Engineering the Olympics: Pole Vault

by Arvind Krishnan

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Olympic athletic performance is a topic that researchers spend countless hours discussing and researching. Understanding equipment behavior can lead to product improvements that will also help improve overall performance.

Stratasys Summer Sale – Don’t Miss Out!

by Sandy Ortez

Stratasys Summer Sale

Summer might be winding down but don’t let that fool you.  Stratasys is amping up with Summer savings when it comes to FDM materials.  Now through September 30, 2016, get 25% off Nylon12, ULTEM 101, and ULTEM

FELT BICYCLES: Going for the Gold at 2016 Rio Olympics

by Mitch Bossart, Industry Writer for GoEngineer

FELT bicycles

Felt Bicycles will be going for the gold at the 2016 Rio Olympics. See how SOLIDWORKS and 3D Printing technologies help them build the fastest and most advanced bikes available today.

Giro Bike Helmets Sponsor at 2016 Rio Olympics

by Mitch Bossart, Industry Writer for GoEngineer

Figure 2: The Giro Aerohead helmet is the company’s most aerodynamic product, often used in time time-trial events.

Since 1985, Giro has been on the forefront of aerodynamic helmet design to improve athletic performance and will be sponsoring several athletes in the 2016 Rio Olympics.

Superbike Braking: SOLIDWORKS at 190 MPH

by Brian Childree

Superbike

Superbike racing, braking and SOLIDWORKS come together for this engineering project. Let’s discuss how to improve braking on a road racing Superbike.