In this blog, we discuss how to improve the volume control wheel from a headset to allow a tactile feel for quick control. Enjoy!
GoEngineer’s Francisco Guzman blogs about his experience in performing a 3-point bend test of 3D printed polycarbonate. Read all about it here.
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.
Fast & exact prototypes that don’t break the bank! Drake Automotive utilizes GoEngineer technology to create exactly match parts with portable 3D scanning.
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 we designed and 3D print a utility truck cup holder using SOLIDWORKS 3D CAD software and Stratasys 3D printers.
What holds your phone in the car? You know those cell phone holders that clip to your car’s vent? Well, I’m not a big fan of them and I have a strong feeling a mean pothole in the road could easily snap the vent blades. Let’s dive into a solution!
Stratasys made some newsworthy announcements at the RAPID + TCT 2018 Conference. Learn more about the new J735 and how you can bring your most imaginative ideas to life.
Transform Finds from Nature into Keepsakes with 3D Scanning and 3D Printing – next time you take a stroll down a mountain trail or go off the grid, keep your eyes peeled for interesting items along the way that can provide inspiration and spark your imagination.
Another Year, Another Robot – Here is a detailed insight into what it’s like to be involved with a local robotics team. Go Firebots, Team 3501!
Our favorite robotics family—the Vasquez’s—spring back into BattleBots action this April to display their robotic innovations in a fun and entertaining format.
3D printed lungs could have a unique advantage for people diagnosed with a deadly cancer such as mesothelioma, which causes progressive scarring in the lungs that makes breathing difficult and eventually impossible. Learn more.
Everyone loves Nerf guns but not necessarily their accuracy. What if we use SOLIDWORKS Flow Simulation to design a more accurate dart? Find out how we made this happen.
Coworker Kitchen Rescue Part 2: Using SolidWorks and 3D Printing to Solve an Everyday Inconvenience. This is take two! Let’s begin.
My Personal Experience
There was a time when (for me, at least) FDM 3D printing was just a bullet point from a manufacturing technology class. While finishing up my engineering degree at the University of California, Riverside I spent a