Category Archives: 3D Printing

3D Printers: A Tool That’s Tough to Live Without

by Tate Brown

In my first month working with GoEngineer I have been surprised that so many of our prospective customers already love 3D printing and have great interest in 3D Printers. They’ve seen 3D printed metal parts, concrete houses, working hearts, and

Getting a grip with 3D Printing

by Nathen Blas

Grip

I acquired the Roboteurs RBX1 (Remix) robot arm from my colleague Preston Ruff who built and assembled the robot arm from a kit. Let’s talk about this.

STRATASYS – FDM Holes Without Support

by Mark Bashor

In this blog, we will highlight the capability of Stratasys FDM systems to build horizontal hole features without support and illustrate the benefits of using this approach.

Kinetic Art Project: Intro

by Brandon Harris

Learn how Brandon Harris uses SOLIDWORKS to power through a kinetic art project of his own. How have you used SOLIDWORKS lately?

3D Printed Potato Key Chains

by Sandy Ortez

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.

SOLIDWORKS CAD Stalls at Loading Task Planes

by David Cersley

You sit down at your computer and go to start SOLIDWORKS—OMG! It won’t load. It’s hung up! What do you do? Relax. Using the se steps, you’ll be up and running in no time flat.

Prop Guards for Drone Propellers

by Brandon Harris

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.

SOLIDWORKS World 2019 – Day 1 Recap

by Amee Meghani

SOLIDWORKS World 2019

SOLIDWORKS World 2019 Day 1 had great speakers, rockin’ guitar solos, and the theme of this year’s conference: Where Possibility Takes Form.

Printing & Controlling a 6-axis Robotic Arm

by Preston Ruff

Preston Ruff recaps his experience of building a 6-axis robotic arm. During his adventure, he uses 3D printing, assembly, wiring, and programming. Enjoy!