Learn how designers and manufacturers aim high with 3D technology
Dresser, Inc., has streamlined development cycles for its pressure regulators by utilizing SOLIDWORKS 3D design software in conjunction with SOLIDWORKS Flow Simulation integrated analysis software.
Using SOLIDWORKS PDM and integrated design and simulation solutions, Oceaneering effectively overcomes the challenges of a globally dispersed product development organization.
Paranthaman Exporters relies on SOLIDWORKS design and analysis solutions to accelerate their custom-designed drilling rig development and validation for oil and gas exploration, and other applications.
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.