Category Archives: GoEngineer News

SOLIDWORKS World 2019 – Day 1 Recap

by Amee Meghani

SOLIDWORKS World 2019

SOLIDWORKS World 2019 Day 1 had great speakers, rockin’ guitar solos, and the theme of this year’s conference: Where Possibility Takes Form.

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.

Veterans, Thank you.

by Sandy Ortez

With the approval of legislation on June 1, 1954, Nov. 11 became a day to honor American veterans of all wars.  Thank you to those past and present who served our country and fought for our freedom.

SOLIDWORKS 2016 Launch Event – Visit an Ecosystem Near You

by Tandy Banks

The anticipated release of SOLIDWORKS 2016 is nearing. Many exciting additions and enhancements have been added to their family of products, with the end-user in mind. GoEngineer has been excitedly preparing to host this year’s SOLIDWORKS 2016 launch events. Come see how we connect our communities of SOLIDWORKS, 3D Printing, 3D Scanning & CAM by taking a tour while you attend our Launch sessions.

J4 Paintball Leverages 3D Printing

by Mitch Bossart, Industry Writer for GoEngineer

J4 Paintball Leverages Facebook, online forums, SOLIDWORKS, and 3D printing to make products faster and smarter.

Shape Your World

by Tandy Banks

Imagination and creativity are some of the most attractive aspects of our world.  As kids, imagination is used to build sand castles, make forts from a simple box or a tent made of extra sheets.  You might gather with friends

Dreams and Opportunities

by Paul Nishihira

The TITAN-American Built reality TV show continues to inspire and shape the manufacturing industry by bringing production back to the USA and by giving back to the community along the way. In Episode 2, Team Titan and GoEngineer were presented with a great opportunity to change the path of young adults at the Maxine Singer Youth Facility.