Learn how designers and manufacturers aim high with 3D technology
By adding SOLIDWORKS Electrical Schematics software to its SOLIDWORKS mechanical design installation, Shred-Tech has improved the efficiency and accuracy of electrical system designs for the company’s recycling and shredding equipment, such as the battery shredder shown above. A global leader in designing and manufacturing mobile and stationary shredding and recycling systems, Shred-Tech® has installed more…
By adding SIMULIA SSE analysis software to its SOLIDWORKS product development implementation, InFocus Energy Services has acquired the simulation power and efficiency that it needs to consistently develop innovative, effective downhole products for the oil and gas industry more quickly and affordably.
Thrush Aircraft leveraged SOLIDWORKS 3D® design, analysis, and PDM solutions to drive a more aggressive product development effort, which helped the once-struggling agricultural aviation company complete a remarkable turnaround.
Quebec company Solaxis provides 3D printing value to its customers with a long-term relationship with Cimetrix, a division of Javelin Technologies.
Reducing slowdowns when working with large assemblies in SOLIDWORKS increases productivity at Phil Mauer & Associates
The engineering team at Phil Mauer & Associates once suffered through slowdowns, until they got help from Javelin Technologies. Javelin’s specialists solved their problems and helped them increase their productivity when handling complex geometry by up to 5 times.
Students in Dunwoody’s Engineering Drafting & Design program use Stratasys F123 Series 3D printers to verify their design concepts.
Leenaars Marine & Offshore Design relies on SOLIDWORKS Premium integrated analysis tools to optimize the structural performance of its designs.
With SOLIDWORKS design, analysis, product data management, and technical communications solutions, JL Marine Systems has taken development of the Power-Pole shallow water anchor to a whole new level.
Syqe Medical are able to prototype and produce their drug delivery system devices using a Stratasys 3D printer. The Syqe inhaler includes 80% 3D printed parts.