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What is Vantablack?

by Amee Meghani

Vantablack

This is how I understand the variations of black, in the context of my mascara options. But none of these colors hold a candle to what is known as Vantablack.

Giro Bike Helmets Sponsor at 2016 Rio Olympics

by Mitch Bossart, Industry Writer for GoEngineer

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.

A Startup for Startups

by Mitch Bossart, Industry Writer for GoEngineer

Radicand’s passion is helping entrepreneurs make the transition from idea to product, and accelerating the rate at which ideas get out into the world. Read more about their mission.

What’s Next: Conceptual Collaboration by Nathan Dunn

3DExperienceDare to dream: collaborative design with socially connected projects that facilitate design iteration. Wouldn’t that be nice? I know that I could have personally benefited from this concept numerous times. Today

Real-World Challenges for Aspiring Engineers

by Tandy Banks

Nearly 400 Oklahoma teens competed in this year’s Duncan Area Youth Engineering Contest, up 50% from last year’s 240! Students in grades 7-12 from 9 different schools participated in the contest that is designed around PITSCO’s Metric 500 CO2 drag

SolidWorks World 2014 Proceedings Available

by Nathan Dunn

Did you make it to SWW14 in San Diego this year? If so, I am sure there were a couple of presentations that you really wanted to attend but crossed into another session you were set to be at. I have good news for you; the full proceedings are now available.

Inspire our Future Engineers

by Sandy Ortez

GoEngineer has some exciting news to report on the youth front. For the second year in a row, we are sponsoring 52 middle school students from Mt. Nebo Jr. High to participate in the SeaPerch program.

3D Printing – Endless Possibilities

by Sandy Ortez

3D Printing is making its way to you. From medical devices to automotive parts, fashion to sporting goods; 3D printing is here for the long run. 

3D Design & Printing is a Crazy Huge World

by Jennifer Douglas

With the school year wrapping up, engineering parents are looking for a place to send their teenager for summer. After all, keeping them busy means staying out of trouble, right?  Summer camp used to include toasting marshmallows, children pranks and

SolidWorks World 2014 – Day 1

by John Lieber

SolidWorks World – Day 1, Monday Jan 27, 2014

Well there is nothing like getting up in the morning and having breakfast with over 4500 people who have the same interest as you.  This year, just like the