Recently, I was fortunate enough to be recognized at a banquet for volunteering with the local engineering society. The token of appreciation was not a gold star, or a plaque, or one of
Dare 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
GoEngineer was out cheering for the local youth again as they showed off their hard work in robotics design, engineering disciplines, and team work. For the second year in a row, GoEngineer embraced the opportunity to support a group of students from Mt. Nebo Jr. High School as they competed in a district wide underwater robotics competition through the SeaPerch program.
SolidWorks World 2014 is approaching fast! This year, it will be hosted at the San Diego Convention Center starting January 26th and will go through the 29th. Having the privilege of attending
Learn features and differences of the “Real” wall and “Ideal” wall boundary condition.
Thermal analysis is available in multiple packages of SolidWorks Simulation. Each package has a different level of capability and this post helps distinguish between them. Linear Static – Thermal Stress: When a part
Sitting here, just finishing up my presentation for the Pacific Design and Engineering Show in Anaheim, CA. The presentation is scheduled for Thursday February 14th. This means that I am finishing
Learn how to run a multiple-cycle fatigue analysis using a combination of static studies. The model is in the tutorials that comes with your software. QuickTips video presented by Tony Botting.