Curious question, right? For those that are in engineering and have been exposed to the development of various types of products, you might have pondered
If you’ve been following the engineering-matters blog for a while, you know I’ve written a good bit about CAD over the past year or so.
For the past few years, most of the simulation and analysis industry has been abuzz concerning multi-disciplinary (MD) simulations, and rightly so. MD analysis offers
Have you ever heard someone describe intelligence in different ways? I remember while growing up, someone might be called ‘book smart’ if they were good
I remember when the initial trends towards offshoring started. Manufacturers were exploring and pursuing it behind the scenes because, as you might imagine, it was
I remember back when I came into the industry, back in 1995, CAD standardizations ruled. OEMs at the top of design chains carried huge power
It seems like finding the right engineering talent for your organization is never easy. There’s the STEM shortfall issue where we aren’t graduating enough engineers
This series of four posts looks at the management of items, data and bills of material for mechatronic products. It is split into mechanical aspects,