Category Archives: Educational News

Wrapping up a STEAMulating Summer

by Amee Meghani

In this post, we cover a summary of the STEAM or STEM events hosted in Dallas, TX during the summer of 2018 at the Carrollton Library. How do you keep your kids busy over the summer break?

Titan’s Story Manufactures Hope for At-Risk Teens

by Jessica Skorut

GoEngineer teamed up with TITAN – American Built, SOLIDWORKS, and Stratasys to donate CAD software, high-end computers, instructor led training, and a 3D printer for the at-risk teens at the Maxine Singer Youth Correctional Facility.

Boy Scouts Earn Engineering Merit Badges with Kids’ Camp

by Jessica Skorut

Earlier this month, a Boy Scout troop from Bella Vista, Arkansas drove 3.5 hours to attend the SOLIDWORKS and Stratasys Kids’ Camp at the GoEngineer office in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Fourteen boys from 10 to 14 years old earned their engineering merit badges by completing the class.

Titan American Built – Obstacles to Success

by Sandy Ortez

Titan Gilroy, former boxer and founder of Titan America, has a story of hope to share with the world. Starting in October, Titan – American Built, an inspirational reality TV show, will be aired on MAVTV. GoEngineer is a proud sponsor and we are excited to see how Stratasys 3D printing technology plays a role in the series.

A Little Inspiration Goes a Long Way

by GoEngineer

40 teenagers participating in the Discovery Youth Foundation 5 week summer program visited our local GoEngineer office for a glance into Mechanical Engineering and the world of 3D printing.

On-Demand Communication For Design Teams

by Nathan Dunn

Social, connected, conceptual, and instinctive are the four pillars of the 3DEXPERIENCE—the next step for the design community! We should all know what these words mean on their own, but how does that definition change in the context of

Surprising Solutions

by Tandy Banks

How Small Businesses Invest in Technology Part 2: Engineering-centric Companies

Engineering is all about problem-solving.

One of my favorite design problems involved a small

They’re Back! Kids’ Camps with GoEngineer

by Jessica Skorut

kidscamp14_350x200GoEngineer is readily gearing up for another exciting round of SOLIDWORKS and Stratasys Kids’ Camps! These 1-day sessions were wildly successful last year. Parents were excited to see something this progressive

Explore Your Inner Engineer! by Jessica Skorut

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 Proceedings Available

by Nathan Dunn

Did you make it to SWW14 in San Diego this year? If so, I am sure there were a couple of presentations that you really wanted to attend but crossed into another session you were set to be at. I have good news for you; the full proceedings are now available.

Inspire our Future Engineers

by Sandy Ortez

GoEngineer has some exciting news to report on the youth front. For the second year in a row, we are sponsoring 52 middle school students from Mt. Nebo Jr. High to participate in the SeaPerch program.