When Javelin’s Rob Greer needed to add a few little luxuries to his recently acquired 1969 Chevrolet Suburban pickup truck, he knew exactly how to go about it: 3D printing a custom automotive part.
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3D Printing, 3D Scanning, Stratasys, 3D Printing Materials
Step-by-Step Creating Custom Auto Parts
January 11, 2022
Get your SOLIDWORKS Certification in 2022
January 7, 2022
One of the easiest ways to stand out from other SOLIDWORKS users around the globe, or even at the desk next to you is to become certified in SOLIDWORKS. Becoming SOLIDWORKS Certified not only lets you stand out at your current job for potential advancements but might also help future job applications. With so many certifications to achieve and no downside, it’s a great idea to become SOLIDWORKS Certified!
3DEXPERIENCE SOLIDWORKS Maker Increases Accessibility
December 22, 2021
Makers, hobbyists and DIY’ers everywhere are excited about 3DEXPERIENCE SOLIDWORKS for Makers. Gaining access to cloud-connected Computer-Aided Design (CAD) modeling tools allows you to design, create and share your ideas with others from anywhere. A lot of engineers have hobbies that this tool can greatly enhance at the minimal cost of $99 per year. From deck building to robot competitions, this may just be what you're looking for to up your design game! And if you are a hobbyist that wants to get into CAD professionally, this also gives you a leg-up with the ability to open all standard part files that SOLIDWORKS certification courses require.
Apache Log4j Vulnerability
December 15, 2021
With the recent identification of the security issue related to open-source Apache Log4j Utility (CVE-2021-44228), TriMech would like to provide details from Dassault Systèmes regarding the impacts on the SOLIDWORKS and 3DEXPERIENCE solutions and products that our clients may be utilizing.
TriMech Acquires InterPRO Additive Manufacturing Group
December 2, 2021
Expands Advanced Manufacturing and Rapid Prototyping Services
RICHMOND, Va. — December 2, 2021 — TriMech, strategic technology partner to engineers and manufacturers across North America, announced today it has acquired InterPRO Additive Manufacturing Group. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed. TriMech is a portfolio company of The Halifax Group, a Washington, D.C.-based private equity investor.
3D Scanning, TriMech News, PLM
TriMech Acquires Adaptive Corporation and Forward Vision
November 3, 2021
Strengthens Position as Preferred Strategic Partner to Advanced Engineers and Manufacturers Across North America.
RICHMOND, Va. — TriMech, a leading provider of engineering design and additive manufacturing solutions, announced today it has acquired Adaptive Corporation and Forward Vision. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed. TriMech is a portfolio company of The Halifax Group, a Washington, D.C.-based private equity investor.
Stratasys, FDM Technology, Client Stories, 3D Printing Materials
Using Build Volume to Its Fullest Potential
October 20, 2021
This week's Product Story showcases Daikin and how they utilize the Stratasys F770 3D printer as the solution to two challenges.
Daiken is considered an innovator and world-leading provider of customizable heating and air conditioning systems for residential, commercial and industrial properties. They are familiar with the use of additive manufacturing technology and knew this was where they would find the solution to both of their challenges.
3D Printing, PolyJet Technology, FDM Technology, Education
Why You Should Use 3D Printing for Capstone and Senior Design Projects
October 12, 2021
One of the last steps you may have in proving yourself for your chosen industry is to implement your knowledge, teamwork and design skills on a multi-semester final project. Your results will be presented in front of other engineers, potential sponsors, and a possible connection that could propel you in the job market. These final projects are important, especially how your design process will parallel workflows that practicing engineers, designers and manufacturers go through. Honing in on a design, accumulating research and creating the best solution to a problem is something these design firms go through every day.
Learning how to use a new and unfamiliar tool can be intimidating. Think back to the days when you first learned how to use a computer. You had to learn how to type on a keyboard, you had to know where your files were stored, which applications performed which tasks, what each button of the mouse actually did, etc. You probably had some guidance along the way too. After a while, using a computer became pretty intuitive, and you were creating spreadsheets and typing up documents like a pro. It's the same with 3DEXPERIENCE. Just like that first computer, it can be daunting when you’re first introduced to the platform. Fortunately, TriMech is here to help and guide you through the steps when you’ve been invited to a 3DEXPERIENCE project.