What are the implications for PTC’s acquisition of Onshape? This video is the second of a multi-part series where Chad Jackson discusses the implications for Windchill. Other videos to follow will be on Integrity, ThingWorx and Vuforia.
PTC’s Acquisition of Onshape: Implications for Creo
What are the implications for PTC’s acquisition of Onshape? This video is the first of a multi-part series where Chad Jackson discusses the implications for Creo. Other videos to follow will be on Windchill, Integrity, ThingWorx and Vuforia.
Altair Knowledge Works: Applying Artificial Intelligence And Machine Learning To Engineering Simulation
How does the newly announced Altair Knowledge Works product use Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning in simulation to improve the design process? In this video, Chad Jackson talks about how these technologies can lead to new product innovation, reduced design time, and better product performance.
Can we skip CAD in design?
Although CAD in design is obviously needed, there are some areas where you can skip it completely. In this video, Chad Jackson discusses when CAD isn’t needed and which vendors provide solutions.
Atlas 3D’s Additive Manufacturing Solution
Are you having to print alot of metal parts to avoid deformation? If so, let’s talk about Atlas 3D. In this video, Chad Jackson discusses their cloud-based solution and how they enable you to print parts right the first time.
FARO and 3D Scanning for Engineering
Who is FARO? They are a company that offers both hardware and software for 3D scanning. In this post, we will discuss the capabilities, the applications, and the differentiators of their offerings. First off, FARO offers what’s called a scan arm. The scan arm is like a little gun attached to an arm that you …
Insights from Research: Finding and Accessing Information in Engineering
I think we all know that engineers use a lot of different information to make design decisions. And the big question is, how do they find that information, and how do they access it? Well, this year, we conducted some research to look into the answers.
Xometry: Who Are They and What Do They Do?
So who is Xometry, and what do they do? They’re a manufacturing bureau with a network of about 3,000 manufacturing partners. How it works is you upload your 3-D model, specify how you want it manufactured, and what materials you want to use. As you upload your part, it looks at the geometry, the PMI, and other tolerances you specify.