SOLIDWORKS World 2019 Day 1 had great speakers, rockin’ guitar solos, and the theme of this year’s conference: Where Possibility Takes Form.
Are you headed to SOLIDWORKS World 2018 in Dallas? Customers, be sure you’re registered for our customer party. We have a fun giveaway for you!
3D printing technology helped create a custom topper for a wedding cake. Find out how Ryan Dark created this as a surprise for the bride and groom.
It’s time for a bikepacking adventure! Find out Ben Modic uses SOLIDWORKS design and Stratasys 3D Printing to create a mount for his bike.
Stratasys F123 3D Printers Now Include Elastomers. Mark Bashor talks about what they are and which applications are best for this material.
GoEngineer Applications Engineer Mark Bashor shares his experience incorporating Creaform scanners, Geomagic DesignX reverse engineering software, and Stratasys 3D printers into a single project.
Preston Ruff recaps his experience of building a 6-axis robotic arm. During his adventure, he uses 3D printing, assembly, wiring, and programming. Enjoy!
Glen Chanellor shares how 3D printing technology is helping to rebuild classic cars.
In this post, Mark Bashor talks about the techniques used for reducing the cost of Stratasys FDM 3D printing.
Drone racing enthusiast Francisco Guzman shares his drone frame design adventures using SOLIDWORKS Simulation.
Marketing materials fit well with 3D printed parts. Let’s talk about how you can design and create your own marketing material holder.
Halloween is a great time to foster STEM concepts — this is especially true for Francisco Guzman. When his 3-year-old daughter, decided she was going to be an astronaut for halloween, he designed and 3D Printed a jetpack to complete her look. Check it out!
Creating your own costume is a must for Halloween. Learn how Kate Hedberg used 3D Design, 3D Scanning and 3D Printing to transform into Wonder Woman.
Let’s have some fun with a spirograph! This blog post describes the process for designing and analyzing the performance of a 3D printed spirograph.
Learn how Jim Ward uses SOLIDWORKS and Stratasys 3D Printing to create a base for a candy dispenser. Now, it will be easier to serve candy in a cup!