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ioSafe hard drive design

Fireproof, waterproof hard drive designed with SOLIDWORKS software

ioSafe leveraged SOLIDWORKS design, simulation, and fluid-flow analysis tools to solve the technical and business challenges associated with developing a disaster-proof data storage device.

LED Development

Lighting the way to faster, lower-cost Aerial LED development with SOLIDWORKS

AeroLEDs leverages integrated SOLIDWORKS mechanical and PCB design solutions to support its rapid growth in the development of landing and navigational LED-based lighting systems.

Peltor form fit function testing

Peltor uses an Objet 3D Printer for Form, Fit and Function Testing

Peltor uses the Objet30 Pro 3D Printer to produce accurate, attractive prototypes to validate the form, fit and function of their products prior to production.

3D printing concept models

3D Printing Concept Models In-house Reduces Production Times

Doosan Infracore is a global leader in the production of heavy duty excavation equipment. Learn why they are now 3D printing concept models in-house.

Christie Digital light engine mock-up

Christie Digital mixes 3D printing technologies to optimize products

3D printing is vital to Christie Digital’s product development approach, letting engineers complete numerous design iterations quickly and optimize their digital projectors and display products.

Manufacturing 3D printing

61-year-old manufacturing company reinvents itself with 3D printing

Learn how Thogus moved to a small-volume Stratasys 3D printing manufacturing process in order to compete with high-cost fabrication shops.

Trak Kayak 3D printed frame

Canadian Academia Partnering with Local Industry is a Recipe for Innovation

The increasing prevalence of 3D printing has been accompanied by increasing utilization of these technologies within the realm of Canadian Academia

York University 3D printed part

3D Printing Helps Students Create the Missing Piece

Toronto’s York University School of Engineering 3D print their prototypes and realize a 30 to 50% cost saving over traditional CNC prototyping.