See the process of design to manufacturing in action! In these customer video interviews, you’ll see how GoEngineer customers are leveraging SOLIDWORKS design, Stratasys 3D printing, reverse engineering with Creaform 3D scanning, and more to Change the World!
Architectural Lighting Works designs innovative, creative, and beautiful lighting fixtures and uses SOLIDWORKS PDM to manage all their design data as they go through the product development process.
Dinan, a manufacturer of BMW aftermarket parts, leverages SOLIDWORKS, Stratasys 3D printing, and Creaform 3D scanning to take performance to the next level.
Drake Automotive talks about how they use innovative technology provided by GoEngineer to stay competitive in the ever developing industry of after market automotive parts.
ETS-Lindgren designs and manufactures the electromagnetic and acoustic energy components and systems that make many aspects of modern life possible. Check out how they integrated SOLIDWORKS PDM into their workflow to improve the efficiency of their design process, as well as share engineering data throughout their organization.
Petersen Inc. is a long-standing GoEngineer customer who builds some of the most impressive structures imaginable. Check out how integrating SOLIDWORKS PDM into their process has saved them time and helped them avoid costly rework.
The URB-E is changing the way we think about transportation around our urban areas and their engineers are using SOLIDWORKS Products to help them do that. They focus on producing innovative, intuitive, and beautifully constructed products. Learn more about how they use the SOLIDWORKS line of design and manufacturing tools to enable them to meet those goals.
Harvard Integrations manufacturers a diverse line of custom enclosures and accessories. Their product line of Power Distribution Centers, operator stations, skids, generator enclosures, sub-base fuel tanks and trailers are each custom engineered and fabricated to the unique requirements and high standards of every customers’ needs.
Founded in 1971, Landscape Structures has a long-standing history of innovating play. They believe every child is created equal, which is why they create play environments using inclusive playground equipment that welcomes kids and families to learn, play and grow together.
As primarily a technology-development company, PlastiComp offer their customers deep industry experience, ongoing research and development, and design agility. Their product data management infrastructure plays a tremendous role in meeting these demands.
PS DOORS, established in 1974, is an industry leader in design and custom manufacturing of industrial doors, safety products and flood barriers. Their focus is on the customer and manufacturing products to fit the needs of specific applications ensuring rugged, innovative and safe products for a variety of industries.
Roll-n-Go delivers solutions no other manufacturer or product line offers. Patent-pending Roll-n-Go enables lake shore owners to dock their PWCs, small boats and pontoons, confident that their investment will remain safe, secure and off the water while ready to simply launch and go.
Super Radiator Coils has been providing high-quality products since 1928, and has a long tradition of excellence and unparalleled customer service. Many customers consider Super Radiator Coils the industry specialist in heat transfer.
Valley Dairy Farm Automation has grown to become a leading manufacturer of customized, innovative dairy farm automation products. Originally founded in 1982 as a dairy equipment dealer in Iowa, South Dakota and Minnesota, Valley Dairy is now seeing orders come in from the U.S. and beyond.
GoEngineer is lucky enough to be connected with brilliant individuals across many industries whose businesses are driven by a passion to design, engineer, and manufacture. This interview features David Toledo, co-founder of Power Practical.
GoEngineer is lucky enough to be connected with brilliant individuals across many industries whose businesses are driven by a passion to design, engineer, and manufacture. This interview features Jenny DeMarco Staab, Industrial Designer at Mary Kay Corp.