Tag Archives: 3D Printing

Stretch, but don’t kick the kill switch!

by Erick Vega

Kill Switch

Have you ever been at your desk, stretched out your legs, only to find you hit the power cord to your computer? Fear no more, we have a solution. Read on.

3D Printing a NERF Gun Battery Cover

by Chase Hook

My Nerf gun battery cover broke. What do I do?

At GoEngineer, Nerf gun battles are taken very seriously.  You always want to be within reaching distance of your weapon because you never know when the darts are going to

3D Printed Rain Gutter Outlet

by Jim Ward

Replacing a broken rain gutter outlet should be as easy as buying a new one. But, what happens when it’s not? Find out what we do to solve the dilemma.

Reverse Engineer Your Way Back into the Game

by Mitch Bossart, Industry Writer for GoEngineer

Learn how you can reverse engineer your way back into the game. GoEngineer 3D scanning, 3D CAD, and 3D printing keep Tyra on the field. Find out how.

Get the Screws Turning Part 1 of 3

by Jeff Lendermon

Check out this hands-on experiment of utilizing 3D printed core and cavity inserts in the injection molding process. Let’s get the screws turning!

3D Printing for Parenting

by Amee Meghani

Take a guess! 3D printing to help with a parenting need. It’s not what you think but we do feel it’s useful for all. Read on to find out what it is.

Do You Print in Metal?

by Tyler Reid

Desktop Metal

GoEngineer is proudly partnering with Desktop Metal to offer their full lineup of machines. Learn more and be sure to pre-order yours today.

Shape Your World 2017 is here. Register today.

by Tandy Banks

If you love the thought of design awesomeness and want to master the technology that you already own, come experience a technical buffet of customer driven course requests that will help you Shape Your World for future creativity!

Cinco de Mayo Fun with SOLIDWORKS & 3D Printing

by Jacob Bakovsky

When it comes to planning a get-together, hosts tend to seek fun ways to decorate and customize their party space. Find out how we used SOLIDWORKS & 3D printing to create a custom glass.