WATCH: This 3D Printed Jet Engine Is Hypnotizing

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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.

Introducing Simulation Engineer

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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.

Engineering 4.0

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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.

The History of Engineering Design Tools: Engineering 4.0

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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

SOLIDWORKS Short: Streamlining Engineering to Manufacturing with Engineering 4.0

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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?

20 of the BEST Mechanical Engineering Groups Online in 2017


Today we share the 20 BEST Mechanical Engineering & […]. The post 20 of the BEST Mechanical Engineering Groups Online in 2017 appeared first on 3D Printing Blog: Tutorials, News, Trends and Resources | Sculpteo. & More engineer Groups LinkedIn mechanical

The History of Engineering Design Tools: Engineering 3.0

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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.

SOLIDWORKS and the F1 Engineers of Tomorrow

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So if your dream is to be an F1 engineer, it makes good sense to start designing and building race cars. Every year the Institution of Mechanical Engineers runs a competition called Formula Student. Today’s uni students, tomorrow’s F1 engineers.

Women in Engineering

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The SOLIDWORKS Women in Engineering program was created to help recognize theoutstanding achievements that women are accomplishing day to day in the engineeringfield and community. One honoree will be chosen per month by theSOLIDWORKS Women in Engineering Board.The

The next Engineering revolution includes automated Inspection

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Using data and automation to streamline processes is central to Engineering 4.0. This next level of engineering technology takes CAD and extends its benefits downstream. Inspection automation is one great example demonstrating Engineering 4.0’s Read more about Engineering 4.0

Homemade Jet Engine with 3D Printed Parts

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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

What’s The Recipe For A Great Engineer?

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Great marketers know how to capture the imagination, but what’s the recipe for a great engineer? If you are considering a career in engineering, here are some of the skills you should hone up on and personality traits you should polish. Well engineering is incredibly technical.

Surf’s Up, Engineers!

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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!

Encouraging Our Future Engineers & Innovators

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National Engineers Week is just around the corner —February 21st to 27th—this is a time to celebrate engineers and encourage our future generations of engineers and innovators. Engineering is a fantastic disciple that opens doors to a variety of career paths. Exploration and efficiency are reinforced mindsets in engineering classes and these principals help shape many of the top CEOs and inventors of today. Help change the perception of engineering.

3D Printing the 1952 Porsche 356 Engine

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6 Things You May Not Know About Engineering

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Engineering isn’t just physics and mathematics. So reach for your set-rulers as we present to you six tasty engineering nuggets of truth. Engineers are ingenious devisors. Ever wondered where the word engineering comes from? Star Wars wouldn’t exist without engineers.

SOLIDWORKS Electrical: Engineers Interview


Check out this video of Tim (Mechanical Engineer) & Matt (Electrical Engineer) as they are interviewed on their thoughts about SOLIDWORKS Electrical. Here's just a few of the points that our two engineers cover: Why customers consider SOLIDWORKS Electrical.

Why Women Hold the Key to Engineering’s Future

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Sadly the employment rate in the engineering and, by extension, entire scientific community doesn’t reflect that. It’s embarrassingly low, at just six percent for female engineers. But to claim that pot the industry requires 200,000 engineering trainees or graduates per year.

3D Printing for Space Engineers

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3D Printing for Space Engineers Monday, February 2, 2015 - 11:16 A good video game draws its players in, so why not allow players to reverse roles and pull digital elements into the physical world?

SOLIDWORKS Women in Engineering Series: Catherine Wagner

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Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering: When Catherine was a junior in high school, her dad challenged her to consider her strengths and hobbies and asked the age-old question: “What kind of work do you see yourself doing?” SOLIDWORKS Women in Engineering WIE

GE Aviation Completes Successful Tests of FATE Engine and T901 Engine Prototype, Both Featuring 3D Printed Components

Back in 2015, GE Aviation began utilizing additive manufacturing technology in the retrofitting of hundreds of GE90 jet engines with 3D printed sensor housings. 3D Printing Aerospace 3D Printing Business Metal 3D Printing 3d printed engine component 3d printed engine parts 3D printed GE engine 3D printed turbine engine ge aviation GE LEAP Engine GE9x prototype T901 turbomachinery turboshaft University of Notre Dame US army

SOLIDWORKS Short: SOLIDWORKS MBD and Engineering 4.0

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In the era of Engineering 4.0, SOLIDWORKS MBD was created to eliminate the error-prone, manual conversion of 3D data to 2D documents, perhaps one of the most notable pain points for engineers and designers, saving them valuable time and cutting down on errors that can lead to rework.

SOLIDWORKS Women in Engineering Series: Lauren Lee

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How did you get started in engineering, specifically industrial design? I went to the University of Kansas (KU), where initially, I was enrolled as a mechanical engineer. It was a very well-rounded program so I switched over to industrial design with a concentration in engineering. .

Gig ‘Em 2: The Summer’s Most Exciting Entrepreneurial Engineer

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Last year, our Community and User Advocacy Manager, Rachel York, interviewed a mechanical engineering entrepreneur from Texas A&M University, who used SOLIDWORKS to help create his own business.

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JOB POSTING: Project Engineer

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DASI customer, Eastman Outdoors, based in Flushing, MI, is seeking a qualified candidate – with strong SOLIDWORKS experience – to join their team as a Project Engineer. Position Description: The Project Engineer is responsible for leading the development of a … Continue reading → Job Opportunities eastman outdoors flushing michigan job posting product development project engineer solidworks experience solidworks-jobs

Survey: Material Trends for Engineering and Production

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Material Trends for Engineering and Production How are new materials impacting your design and production processes? Research Slideshow CAD carbon fiber Composites Design Engineer fuel economy laminate light weighting PLM Production Survey Survey Monkey

SOLIDWORKS Model Based Definition (MBD) and Engineering 4.0

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SOLIDWORKS MBD ties into the overall “Engineering 4.0″ Read our article and infographic to learn how building a more efficient product development process with Engineering 4.0 Engineering 4.0

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SOLIDWORKS Women in Engineering Series: Kristen Railey

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While focusing on her main role as an engineer at Lincoln Labs, Kristen has also found time to turn her passion for girls in engineering into a program aimed at increasing the amount of women in STEM. How did you first become interested in engineering?

Shanghai Foundation Engineering Group Brings Information-Based Approach to Civil Engineering Projects

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Click to Tweet: “Shanghai Foundation Engineering Group. brings info-based approach to #CivilEngineering” Shanghai Foundation Engineering Group has implemented “advanced construction process simulation methods” with the Optimized Planning Industry Process Experience.

DIY Stirling heat difference engine with 3d printed parts

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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.

National Engineers Week 2017: Dream Big

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This year’s theme for National Engineers Week is ‘ Dream Big ’, and it really embodies what the engineering profession is all about. Engineering is about taking a small idea, building upon it and transforming it into a reality. Introduce Students to Engineering.

Chinese Company 3D Prints An Entire Engine

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SOLIDWORKS Women in Engineering Series: Michelle Sherman

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All in the family: It’s no surprise that Michelle is doing exceptionally well as a Mechanical Engineering student, as both her Father and Grand Dad have worked as Engineers. Because the school had offered engineering I got excited about it” Michelle recalls.

GE Jet Engines Will Power the Next Air Force One

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Air Force has announced that Boeing’s next-generation 747-8 passenger jet, powered by GE engines , will replace the existing version of presidential plane popularly known as Air Force One. Image credit: Dave Subelack Top: A GEnx-1B engine at the Dubai Airshow. Future U.S.

GE completes testing of 3D printed Black Hawk Turboshaft engine

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Army’s Improved Turbine Engine Program (ITEP), GE Aviation’s T901 Turboshaft engine has successfully completed prototype testing. The engine has been made using a range of additively manufactured parts, and is now ready to enter the next phase of development. Aerospace Apache Apache helicopter army Black Hawk Black Hawk helicopter defence GE GE Aviation Improved Turbine Engine Program ITEP Military Ron Hutter T901 T901 Turboshaft U.S

The Underestimated Role of Simulation in Architecture, Engineering and Construction

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In fact, the original charter of the Institution of Civil Engineers describes the civil engineering profession as “the art of directing the great sources of power in nature for the use and convenience of man”, and herein underlies the role of product, nature and life.

PRS Guitars: Engineered for Musicians

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After all, music appeals to both the technical and creative instincts that drove many of us to become designers and engineers. I’ve balanced being an engineer and a part-time professional musician for most of my life. As an engineer, I appreciate the elegance of a guitar’s design.

GE Aviation Conducts First Test of 3D Printed Advanced Turboprop Engine Components

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Aerojet Rocketdyne Completes Critical Design Review for AR1 Engine with 3D Printed Rocket Engine Injectors

In early 2016, rocket and missile propulsion manufacturer Aerojet Rocketdyne was the recipient of a $6 million contract from the US Air Force to define 3D printed rocket engine component. 3D Printing Aerospace 3D Printing 3d printed rocket engine 3d printed rocket engines Aerojet Rocketdyne AR1 Booster Atlas V rocket Congress Department of Defense RD-180 rd-180 rocket engine rocket engines Russian-built RD-180 US Department of Defense

The Engineering of Paralympic Sports Technology

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The Paralympics have become a fertile seedbed for engineering innovation. Engineering brains add brawn to wheelchair basketball. Fighter pilot engineers join wheelchair racing’s need for speed. of engineering services. The Paralympics: a hotbed of engineering innovation.