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3D Design Kids’ Camp 2018

by Jessica Skorut

3D Design Kids Camp 2018

Each year we invite hundreds of students to come onsite at our offices to see firsthand how the design process can manifest into a working prototype.

GoEngineer, Valentines, and all the Feels

by Jessica Skorut

Romantic Engineer

Without even realizing it, GoEngineer proves to be versed in all things Valentines. Surprising, I know. But sometimes you find what you are looking for in the most unsuspecting of places.

The surprising secret to company cohesiveness and creativity

by Brad Hansen, GoEngineer CEO

A couple of years ago, a few of us at GoEngineer started dreaming about what we could accomplish if we could gather all of our employees in the same location for a couple of days—call it networking, call it collaboration, call it an excuse to recharge. There was no doubt that the amount of talent and energy that could be shared had the potential to be game-changing for our company and customers.

CAD Admin’s Corner – Change Management

by Brian Johnson

A key success factor for any sized company is to have a properly documented and efficient change management system in place. This post will cover some of the ways that the CAD Admin can help automate and fully digitize this process.

Getting ready for another round of Kids Camps!

by Jessica Skorut

These free one day camps for youth, ages 10 to 18 years old, provide a unique opportunity to learn both 3D product design and 3D printing. Truth be told, we might be more excited than the students!

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

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.

What do you want to be when you grow up?

by Sandy Ortez

“What do you want to be when you grow up?” I can remember countless times being asked this question. For some, the answer comes easily, while others spend their entire lifetime trying to figure it out. Our SolidWorks Summer Kids Camps have proven to be a great opportunity to learn about 3D design and Stratasys 3D Printing. We asked those attending what they want to be when they grow up and here is a sample of what they said: architect, football player, electrical engineer, doctor, singer, underwater photographer, and even cowgirl.