Javelin Case Study
Javelin Canadian design and manufacturing customer case studies
In the first part of this case study, we focused on reverse engineering the landing gear compartment with Javelin’s 3D Senior Applications Specialist Deandra Reid, and aviation enthusiast Michael Shuler. Now that we have exported the data using Artec Studio into Geomagic for SOLIDWORKS, we will explore how the data is converted into 3D CAD…
The Global Petroleum Show in Calgary took place nearly two months ago, and we are still talking about the level of excitement and curiosity that 3D Scanning with an Artec Eva 3D Scanner created on the show floor. Lightweight, mobile and compatible with several popular tablets, Artec scanners can be used absolutely anywhere to ensure…
In this case study, discover how Javelin is using reverse engineering and 3D printing to help build accurate, strong, lightweight doors for an airplane’s landing gear compartment. Michael Shuler, an aviation enthusiast, is building a Falco airplane, designed in Italy in 1955 and although it is over 60 years old, it is still considered one…
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.
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.
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.
The increasing prevalence of 3D printing has been accompanied by increasing utilization of these technologies within the realm of Canadian Academia
With the help of Stratasys 3D printers, Solaxis designed and manufactured a jig for an automotive supplier, which uses it to assemble high-volume plastic door seals.