SOLIDWORKS, Q&A with TriMech

Q&A Andy Jaskey: Featuring SOLIDWORKS Certifications

April 18, 2018

Our QA blog series looks at different members of our team and their perspective on the most current 3D printing and CAD technology. This month’s QA features Andy Jaskey and SOLIDWORKS Certifications.

3D Printing, Events and Webinars, 3D Scanning, Desktop Metal, CAM, Nano Dimension

All New: Solution Partner Webinar Series

April 17, 2018

Did you know TriMech offers more products outside of SOLIDWORKS and Stratasys? We offer a variety of solutions that may be perfect for your business. You don't have to just take our word for it though. We have an upcoming Solution Partner Webinar Series where you have a chance to learn about each one. 

3D Printing, Stratasys, Desktop Metal

Additive Manufacturing User Group Conference 2018 Recap

April 16, 2018

Each year, the Additive Manufacturing User GroupAMUG, holds a conference for users by users. AMUG 2018 was held in St. Louis, MI, at the Union Station Hotel. The purpose for this event is to give you exposure to the industry's biggest names, as well as the opportunity to network and ask questions.

3D Printing

Troubleshooting 3D Printer Errors

April 12, 2018

In an ideal world, when we ran into a printer error we would hit the “Easy” button and everything would be fixed. Luckily, issues with 3D printers tend to be on the rare side. But on those occasions when you do get an error, you don’t need an Easy button. You just need the troubleshooting tips below!

SOLIDWORKS, Events and Webinars

SOLIDWORKS Templates 101: Four-Part Webinar Series

April 11, 2018

We knew how much everyone loved the SOLIDWORKS Templates Presentation at SOLIDWORKS World 2018 and the Four-Part Webinar Series: Templates 101. And we knew we couldn't just keep them to ourselves. You now have the opportunity to enjoy both of these on your own time-table. The presentation is available for download and all four webinars are online for convenient streaming. 

SOLIDWORKS, Client Stories, MBD

Client Story: MBD Helps Client Comply With Industry Standards

April 6, 2018

TriMech is fortunate to work with clients from Maine to Florida and out to Arkansas, offering a range of engineering solutions. This week's client story showcases a client's use of SOLIDWORKS MBD. 

SOLIDWORKS, 3D CAD, Rapid Prototyping, 3D Printing, Stratasys, Engineering Services

TivaWater: Clean Water For A Thirsty World

April 5, 2018

Without water, life would cease to exist. In the United States, we never have to worry about the quality of our drinking water, but that's not the case for everyone around the world.

SOLIDWORKS, PDM

SOLIDWORKS PDM: Reference Add-In

April 4, 2018

The TriMech Reference Add-In for Product Data Management (PDM) can be used for both PDM Standard and PDM Professional to provide dynamic lookup and reference repair for your SOLIDWORKS files. 

SOLIDWORKS, Technical Communication

Get to Know SOLIDWORKS Technical Communication Tools 

April 2, 2018

Here at TriMech we don't think our job ends once the sale is final. We want to help throughout your entire SOLIDWORKS journey. Instead of flipping through manuals and Googling question after question, we have a handy Technical Communication Webinar Series to answer your MBD, Inspection and Composer questions. 

SOLIDWORKS, Simulation, 3D CAD

TriMech vs Wilson: March Madness Basketball Rendering in SOLIDWORKS

March 29, 2018

Look out Wilson—TriMech has rendered our own NCAA official basketball for March Madness this year. Check out what TriMech thinks about this year's bracket, our favorite teams and how we used SOLIDWORKS to get our logo on the game ball. 

3D Printing, FDM Technology

The Stratasys F123 Series: What Makes It Better?

March 28, 2018

The Stratasys F123 Series has been on the market for just over a year now. You may be asking yourself, "what makes it any better than its predecessors?" Is it the easy material change, customer replaceable components, or the multi-material flexibility? Keep reading to find out the key differences that set the F123 Series in a class of its own.

SOLIDWORKS, 3D CAD

Ballooning Placeholder, Dummy and Hidden Parts in SOLIDWORKS Drawings

March 26, 2018

Sometimes our assemblies require additional components or items that may not be visible within the actual 3D SOLIDWORKS assembly. I encountered a question from a customer who was using a sealant on an O-ring in their design. They still wanted to track the usage of this sealant on their Bill of Materials (BOM) but didn’t feel it was necessary to create a 3D component for it within the SOLIDWORKS assembly.