Learn how designers and manufacturers aim high with 3D technology
SOLIDWORKS Oil & Gas design solutions have helped T3 Energy Services avoid the need for outsourcing and gave them full in-house engineering and manufacturing capabilities.
With their in-house Stratasys 3D printer, AIM’s designers can quickly produce samples to test the fit and finish of their work. AIM is well known for quick turnaround and reducing time to market; it achieves that productivity, along with associated cost savings, by eliminating key steps between prototype and final product.
Recently B+H Architects received delivery of a Stratasys 3D printer. Within a day, they were 3D printing architectural models. After just a couple of months, they were enjoying all the benefits of in-house, start-to-finish control over their architectural model-making that ensures both quality and on-time performance.
Using SOLIDWORKS software, Canadian company Southmedic developed the OxyArm Predictable Oxygen Delivery System, the first “open” oxygen delivery system on the market. Southmedic, Inc., designs and manufactures surgical and specialty operating room products for OEM and end-user markets. For many years, Southmedic used 2D CAD technology to support product development. But when management recognized the…
By moving to SOLIDWORKS 3D CAD software, Satlantic collaborates and communicates with partners and customers more efficiently. As a leading manufacturer of Canadian aquatic sensors and instrumentation, Satlantic Inc. works closely with the ocean sciences community and many of the top research institutions around the world. The need to collaborate and communicate with partners and customers…
Grantec was the principal structural analyst on the Canadian Navy Maritime Coastal Defense Vessel project, and used SOLIDWORKS Simulation to test the design