Summer is officially over, and with its end comes the conclusion of our 2015 3D Printing Summer Roadshows. We traveled to 13 cities across 7 states to share the process of designing, 3d printing, and manufacturing our own personal drone.
End-use parts are now being produced with 3D printing technologies that are often lighter and stronger than their counterparts produced with traditional manufacturing processes. Because you can create designs with greatly reduced mass using additive manufacturing, SOLIDWORKS Simulation and Stratasys 3D printers become a natural match, enabling you to create designs that will keep you ahead of the competition.
Just because it looks good on your computer screen, doesn’t necessarily mean it will look good on the printing platform. Try these 3D Printing Tips & Tricks to help achieve the best print.
An actual, load-bearing skateboard was 3D printed at GoEngineer’s Houston, Texas office.
Shout out to our Campers in Algona, Washington who got to learn about 3D scanning , reverse engineering, 3D CAD, 3D printing, CNC machining, and thermoforming.
GoEngineer has just launched a custom Materials section on our website!
We have formulated a grid comparison of the most common properties to make it as easy as possible to find the exact fit for the exact application.
Few are aware that in addition to direct prototypes, 3D printing can allow for the creation of fast and cheap injection mold inserts or tooling – all made out of true-to-spec materials.
Companies are constantly redefining their respective industries. While their products vary from heart stents to smart watches to solar panels, one thread is common among them: Engineers need to do more with less.
Technology changes as well as your needs. Are you finding your 3D Printer isn’t Quite getting the job done? Good news, a new Stratasys 3D printer is now at your fingertips. Time to get
Stratasys recently released a new full color 3D printer called the Connex 3. Now if the idea of having a full color Polyjet printer is exciting to you, then that’s GREAT. However, there is much more to this awesome machine
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
With the boom of 3D printers becoming more prevalent in today’s world, a question I am often asked is, “What’s the best printer?” In reality, there is no one printer to rule them all so to
GoEngineer brought 3D printers to Comic-Con in UT this year. This is a massive 3-day event held at the Salt Palace Convention Center with people of all sorts – engineers, machinists, hobbyists, artists, authors, parents, teenagers, babies – dressed up as their
Aug 27, 2013 – Moore Norman Technology Center, Oklahoma City, OK Over 280 people gathered to learn ways to improve partnerships in the initiative to improve Oklahoma State’s educational path. Participants at this event include legislators, educators, economic development directors and