Introducing SUNFLOWER by ShadeCraft. Part parasol, part technology hub, SUNFLOWER improves human life outdoors. Learn more here.
See how Camelbak makes innovative decisions in hydration using SOLIDWORKS to conceptualize and create new products that stand up to a lifetime guarantee.
Ever wonder why rubber weights are used in Olympic weightlifting, but iron plates in most gyms? We did. So, we looked into it. See what we found with SOLIDWORKS Simulation Drop Testing.
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.
The anticipated release of SOLIDWORKS 2016 is nearing. Many exciting additions and enhancements have been added to their family of products, with the end-user in mind. GoEngineer has been excitedly preparing to host this year’s SOLIDWORKS 2016 launch events. Come see how we connect our communities of SOLIDWORKS, 3D Printing, 3D Scanning & CAM by taking a tour while you attend our Launch sessions.
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.
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.
From a design and manufacturing perspective, a drone is a perfect platform to demonstrate the importance and utility of 3D printing in today’s product development workflow. Our Summer Roadshow is a glimpse into this 3DP-enabled workflow. From start to finish, this project has been completed in our offices . We did it, and so can you!
UPS is a large worldwide shipping company that has started using 3D printing to their advantage. Currently, UPS offers 3D printing in nearly 100 of their retail locations around the country, with more on the way.
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.
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.
NASA’s Jet Propulsion Lab (JPL) team decided to 3D-print the meteor they spotted in 2009 with their Mars Exploration Rover.
Read more about their discovery, the process, and the final 3D printed part from Mars!
3rd grade Girl Scout troop got the chance to be engineers for a day with GoEngineer. They used SOLIDWORKS to design a custom Girl Scout cookie then 3D printed it!
You may have heard of a “makerspace” in passing conversation or perhaps from a friend who recently attended a session. Alternatively, you might have heard similar