Revolutionizing Simulation For Design Engineers (survey results)

Tech Clarity

How do you empower engineers to design the best products possible? Research from Tech-Clarity’s Revolutionizing Simulation For Design Engineers research report finds that design engineers lack confidence in design decisions 28% of the time.

3D printing for mechanical engineering

Sculpteo

The post 3D printing for mechanical engineering appeared first on 3D Printing Blog: Tutorials, News, Trends and Resources | Sculpteo You know it, applications of additive manufacturing are […].

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Why Not Adopt Cloud for Product Innovation and Engineering?

Tech Clarity

How have manufacturers’ opinions on using the cloud to support product innovation, product development, and engineering changed? read more » The post Why Not Adopt Cloud for Product Innovation and Engineering?

3D Printed Small Internal Combustion Engine from Romania

DIY 3D Printing

Researchers from Romania 3d printed a small working two-stroke engine on a professional metal 3d printer. Project description: Romanian Valentin Stamate, a researcher at the Transilvania University in Brasov, presented a 3D printed two-stroke airplane engine prototype.

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Introducing Simulation Engineer

The Solidworks Blog

At SOLIDWORKS World we announced the imminent launch of Simulation Engineer, a new structural analysis solution from our sister brand SIMULIA. This is where the new Simulation Engineer solution comes in. This focus has not dimmed with the introduction of Simulation Engineer.

Homemade Jet Engine with 3D Printed Parts

DIY 3D Printing

This guy made a desktop jet engine made with many 3d printed parts and burning chamber made from refractory cement molded with PLA 3d printed mold. 3d printing in cement jet engine

3D Design & Engineering Podcast

3D Perspectives

Presented by Dassault Systèmes, 3D Design & Engineering is a series of podcasts designed to help decision makers discover unique and disruptive business innovations to today’s industry challenges. Today’s business is no simple matter.

Engineering 4.0

The Solidworks Blog

Engineering 4.0. What is Engineering 4.0? Are you prepared for Engineering 4.0? What is the next wave of best practices in engineering? Engineering 1.0 – 1760 to 1970. Engineering 2.0 – 1970’s-1995. Engineering 3.0 – 1995-2015.

Changing the Perception of Engineers

The Solidworks Blog

Imagine an engineer. You don’t need Lord Kitchener to tell you that the UK needs more engineers. Engineering is currently worth over a quarter of our GDP. We’re facing an imminent shortage of STEM applicants to step into the industries that require engineering.

SOLIDWORKS Women In Engineering Series: Danielle Boyer

The Solidworks Blog

The Benezene Bots winning the Engineering Inspiration Award at the Gibraltar District Event. And where will this woman in engineering be in the future? The post SOLIDWORKS Women In Engineering Series: Danielle Boyer appeared first on The SOLIDWORKS Blog. Danielle Boyer and EKGAR.

3D Printed Rocket Engine Space Race Continues

DIY 3D Printing

Race for space is getting more heated and 3d printed parts are becoming present in every major project from rocket engines to 3d printed satellites. We have even seen 3d printed open source liquid fuel rocket engine. china engine metal 3d printing NASA rocket satellite space

Engineering a Solution to the STEM Skills Gap

3D Innovations

Global Engineer Day (April 3 rd ) was celebrated this past week—engineers from across the globe shared projects they have worked on and gave insight into the lives of professional engineers. Developing a curriculum that gets students fired up about engineering can be a challenge.

“Future Testing” for Civil Engineering

3D Perspectives

The ideas presented in earlier posts on Future Testing (excerpted from Replacing Problem-Solving with Future Testing ) can be applied to the discipline of engineering. Future Testing for Engineering Firms.

SOLIDWORKS Women in Engineering Series: Annette Norris

The Solidworks Blog

Obviously, this is a list of engineering-related programs, activities, and educational initiatives that help young people realize the possibilities of careers in design, engineering, and manufacturing.

Simulation in Architecture, Engineering, and Construction

3D Perspectives

The following article is excerpted from SIMULATION IN ARCHITECTURE, ENGINEERING AND CONSTRUCTION. These are extraordinary times for civil engineering. The same is true for conventional civil engineering structures, including buildings, bridges, tunnels and dams.

Why More Women Are Needed in Engineering

Modern Tech

Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day is celebrated on February 21st as part of National Engineer’s Week. This is one day that is devoted to fostering a growing and welcoming environment to encourage girls to pursue careers in engineering.

GE Engineers 3D-Printed A Working, Mini Jet Engine

3D Printing Review

As a tech demonstration, researchers at GE recently built a miniature, backpack-sized jet engine that they made entirely from 3D-printed parts. Once all the parts were manufactured, the engine was then assembled.

How to Reverse Engineer / 3D Scan a Model into SOLIDWORKS

Javelin Tech Tips

” So we have created a video tutorial to demonstrate the process of reverse engineering / 3D scanning a part into SOLIDWORKS using an Artec Space Spider 3D Scanner. What is Reverse Engineering? 3D Scanning Artec 3D Scanner Reverse Engineering SOLIDWORKS Video

Students Learn Engineering by 3D Printing Functional Jet Engine Model

3DPrint.com

3D Design 3D Printing Aerospace 3D Printing 3d hubs 3D Hubs Student Grant 3d printed engine 3d printed engine model 3d printed jet engine jet engine JetX Rolls Royce 3D printing rolls-royce University of Glasgow X-plorer 1In July, the winners of the 3D Hubs Student Grant were announced, demonstrating an impressive range of talent and ingenuity from students everywhere. One of the Student Grant finalists was a team. View the entire article via our website.

Surf’s Up, Engineers!

The Solidworks Blog

Now, let’s fast forward to today, when engineers, like those at Gilo Industries , are reinventing the way we surf and taking it to an all-new level. Twitter LinkedIn The post Surf’s Up, Engineers!

DIY 3D Printed Electric Ducted Fan Engine with Thrust Reversal

DIY 3D Printing

Harcoreta made this incredible 3d printed jet engine for RC applications modeled on GE GEnx-1B. aircraft ge jet engine model qualityIt is very detailed Electric Ducted Fan (EDF) motor with NTM 1400kv 35mm brushless motor located inside the core which is cooled by a small impeller.

Renault Trucks Shows us the Future of 3D Printed Engines

DIY 3D Printing

Renault Trucks shows how industrial 3d printing could drastically reduce weight and number of parts needed for a modern internal combustion engine. This could lead to lower fuel consumption, cheaper engines and simpler replacement parts chain.

The Best of Tales from 3DEXPERIENCE, SIMULIA Structural Simulation Engineer & SOLIDWORKS Simulation Desktop

The Solidworks Blog

There has been a lot of buzz recently in the SOLIDWORKS community about SIMULIA Structural Simulation Engineer or SSE on the 3DEXPERIENCE platform. SIMULIA Structural Simulation Engineer (SSE) is a group of Apps on the 3DEXPERIENCE platform as shown below.

Engineering Gender Diversity through Internships

3D Perspectives

Just this week, a Google engineer was fired for writing a 10 page memo alleging that men succeed in tech careers because they have “a higher drive for status” and women struggle in the field due to high levels of anxiety disorders. You mean I can dance AND be an engineer?,”

Reverse Engineering using an Artec 3D Scanner with SOLIDWORKS

Javelin Tech Tips

Discover the power of reverse engineering using an Artec 3D Scanner and SOLIDWORKS ! From fashion to medicine, art to aerospace, users in all sectors have discovered how to take advantage of applications like these: Reverse engineering. 3D Scanning Artec 3D Scanner Reverse Engineering

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WATCH: This 3D Printed Jet Engine Is Hypnotizing

3D Printer

But, thanks to the skills of one individual, he has used 3D printing to print a functioning jet engine. A guy from the RC Groups forum has used a 3D printer to make a fully functional scale model of a Boeing 787 GE-built turbofan jet engine.

DIY Stirling heat difference engine with 3d printed parts

DIY 3D Printing

Doug Conner developed a 3d printable homemade Stirling engine , a type of motor that creates mechanical motion from temperature differential of a medium which is air in this case. The engine is made in ABS on a Stratasys FDM printer.

The History of Engineering Design Tools: Engineering 4.0

The Solidworks Blog

There have been four great stages of engineering and design tools leveraged over the past 250 years to account for all mechanisms, inventions and designs that we have used to simplify our lives. This post will take a look at the next phase, Engineering 4.0 Engineering 4.0

Systems Engineering Buyer’s Guide

Tech Clarity

Thank you for your interest in the Systems Engineering Buyer’s Guide! Tech-Clarity’s Systems Engineering Buyer’s Guide helps manufacturers develop criteria to evaluate software solutions to support Systems Engineering on a set of high level criteria.

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GE has 3D printed a working small jet engine

DIY 3D Printing

New advancement from GE where they managed to 3D print fully functional small metal jet engine. Here is a video about it: Read more about it at: [link] Laser sintered jet engine parts. ge industrial jet engine laser cutting metal 3d printing

The history of mechanical engineering

Sculpteo

The post The history of mechanical engineering appeared first on 3D Printing Blog: Tutorials, News, Trends and Resources | Sculpteo Are you in a mood for some history? Today, we are going […].

Female Engineers Celebrated on First International Women in Engineering Day

3DPrint.com

3D Printing Business Editorials / Opinions Science & Technology engineering International Women in Engineering Day women in 3d printing women in engineering women in stem women in tech Women's Engineering SocietyOver the past few months, our Spotlight on Women series has highlighted the contributions of many brilliant women in the field of 3D printing. Even as we’ve begun a new spotlight series focused. View the entire article via our website.

Close the Engineering Skills Gap (survey findings)

Tech Clarity

Close the Engineering Skills Gap:Prepare New Graduates to Be Real-World Ready shares new research on the gap between the skills graduating engineers have and skills companies would like to see. The research examines the evolving needs of the engineering department.

Celebrating National Engineers Week

Studio Fathom

A Week of Recognition In the spirit of National Engineers Week, an annual celebration of the people and pursuit of engineering from February 21 to 24, FATHOM pays tribute to its … Read More. blog 3d printing Community engineering Engineers Jobs

SOLIDWORKS Short: Streamlining Engineering to Manufacturing with Engineering 4.0

The Solidworks Blog

With these demands, companies must arm themselves with the latest design and engineering technologies to innovate faster, compete effectively, and quickly respond to changing market conditions. Engineering 4.0 Looking for more information on Engineering 4.0?

Increase Innovation with Engineering Efficiency

Tech Clarity

What are companies doing to empower engineers to innovate more? What are best practices to improve engineering efficiency so that engineers can become more innovative? read more » The post Increase Innovation with Engineering Efficiency appeared first on Tech-Clarity.

Engineering with a Twist

Stratasys Blog for a 3D World

This spring, students in Sartell High School’s Intro to Engineering Design Class were challenged by Erich Rothstein, the owner of Mr. Twisty to help him answer his customer’s questions around the size of the ice cream cones he offered. While this wasn’t a typical project offered in the Intro to Engineering Design, one ambitious 10th grade student, Mikayla Emslander decided it was a perfect fit for her.

What to Look for When Hiring a SOLIDWORKS Engineer or Designer

The Solidworks Blog

With the economy picking up in the Gulf Coast region as well as in other parts of the country, we’ve received many questions from companies that use SOLIDWORKS, wanting to know how to find and hire the right engineers and designers to feed their growing demand.

Closing the Engineering Skills Gap (webcast)

Tech Clarity

How can you strengthen your engineering team with new hires who have the required engineering skills to quickly become productive members of the team? read more » The post Closing the Engineering Skills Gap (webcast) appeared first on Tech-Clarity.

The History of Engineering Design Tools: Engineering 2.0

The Solidworks Blog

There have been four great stages of engineering and design tools leveraged over the past 250 years to account for all mechanisms, inventions and designs that we have used to simplify our lives. This post will take a look back at the second phase, Engineering 2.0, Engineering 2.0.

The History of Engineering Design Tools: Engineering 3.0

The Solidworks Blog

There have been four great stages of engineering and design tools leveraged over the past 250 years to account for all mechanisms, inventions and designs that we have used to simplify our lives. This post will take a look back at the third phase, Engineering 3.0 and Engineering 2.0.

CEO Transition at Simufact Engineering

Additive Manufacturing

Hamburg, Germany, June 5, 2018 – Simufact Engineering , an MSC software company, has announced a change in their top management: Previous CEO and Managing Director Michael Wohlmuth has passed over his position to his Co-Managing Director and CTO Dr. Hendrik Schafstall.