Kids have always had some kind of symbol to signify they’re best friends. So when my daughter Marley asked if we (that is the GoEngineer technical team and I) could build a symbolic key chain that represented her bond with her buddies, I should not have been surprised.
What happens when you just don’t trust your drone from scratching up the walls? You design and 3D print your very own propeller guards. Read all about it in this post.
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.
Ryan Dark and his significant other personalize cookies using SOLIDWORKS and Stratasys 3D printing. Learn how and get started on your own today.
Glen Chanellor shares how 3D printing technology is helping to rebuild classic cars.
Ben Modic covers the steps he took to recreate a part needed to repair a high quality microphone. He uses SOLIDWORKS to start and ends with 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!
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.
FATHOM, GoEngineer’s manufacturing service partner, is on the forefront of testing emerging additive technologies for prototyping and production applications. Learn how they create a rocker arm using Desktop Metal 3D printing.
Learn how Ryan Dark, Technical Support Manager, built an inductive charging system with the help of SOLIDWORKS and Stratasys 3D printing.
Each year we invite hundreds of students to come onsite at our offices to see firsthand how the design process can manifest into a working prototype.
Who likes a smelly lab? Ryan Dark creates a customized 3D printed duct connector to provide exhaust capabilities for one of our Stratasys 3D printers.