A Short History of SOLIDWORKS Visualize Before diving into the updates of SOLIDWORKS Visualize for 2023, it is important to know where the product came from. It is easy to get lost in the incremental ...
How can you take the traditional materials and methods of producing ceramics and link them to modern 3D technologies?
Advanced rendering does not require you to be a rendering expert.
Engineering is a journey that ends with “good enough.” Good enough is subjective, amorphic—and perfectly appropriate place to call it quits. A good enough design, product or outcome satisfies the stated objectives and is a ...
Paul DeWys of DeWys Engineering offers some pointers on how to design parts to take advantage of 3D printing.
The Oxford Dictionary defines engineering as “the branch of science and technology concerned with the design, building and use of engines, machines and structures.” We are all aware that this is an extremely broad term, ...
The world of engineering is broad and encompasses a vast number of disciplines, industries and organizations. However, one thing that all engineers have in common is that they make things.
Parametric definition of bicycle geometry.
James Hobson designs, prototypes and destroys an array of fictional tools and devices by bringing them to life.
The first-ever 3DEXPERIENCE World took place in February 2020, hosted by Nashville, Tennessee. The traditional SOLIDWORKS World format was altered to include other Dassault brands, and with that, several additional competitions and experiences for all ...
Web AR has gained strong adoption thanks to its practical benefits and ease of use.
The world's largest paper ball serves a reminder that documentation is critical, but is doesn't have to be on paper or overwhelming.
Sebastien Heintz, Zenith Aircraft Company CEO, Discusses How the Company Uses CAD and CAM to Make Aircraft Kits.
People do judge a book by its cover. How can we make MBD data consumable, actionable and professional?
Analyzing a product’s environmental impact from cradle to grave doesn’t have to be complicated.
Silhouette edges on a shaft are easy to pick in 2D drawings, but they don’t actually exist in 3D drawings. How can you dimension them?