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SINN Power brings cost-efficient, reliable and easy-to-install renewable electricity from ocean waves to people on coasts all over the world. Taking the power of the waves and converting it in to a sustainable power source. Starting out first as academic PhD research and transforming into a government funded project and finally becoming a startup company, SINN Power has come a long way since its initial idea in 2008.
SOLIDWORKS Teacher Blog
7 days ago
Am Freitag, dem 19. Mai findet um 13:30 Uhr ein deutschprachiges Webseminar mit dem Titel “Durchgängige Produktentwicklung in Life Sciences und High Tech” statt. Präsentiert wird der Webcast vom SOLIDWORKS Team.
SOLIDWORKS DEUTSCH Blog
2 months ago
Winners of the NASA Centennial Challenges 3D Printed Habitat Competition, SEArch+ (Space Exploration Architecture) is a group dedicated to developing human-supporting concepts for space exploration. The design of their winning submission, Mars Ice House, was inspired by NASA’s “follow the water” into a magnificent 3D- Printed Habitat made of water-ice. The vertical multi-level dwelling for four is situated at the center of double-printed ice shells against an outermost layer of transparent EFTE,
SOLIDWORKS Teacher Blog
2 months ago
INEGI, aka Institute of Science and Innovation in Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, is one of the most prestigious engineering institutes in Portugal, with 30 years of experience in bringing forth new technologies in the field of research and development. It positions technological innovation right at the interface between industries and universities. INEGI promotes research, technology-based innovations, and transfer of technology oriented towards the industrial sector.
SOLIDWORKS Teacher Blog
3 months ago
This year’s SAE AERO Design West competition took place in the heart of the USA, nestled right in Fort Worth Texas. Students from all around the world and from different walks of life, filled the hotel lobby with propellers, DC motors, and aerodynamic fuselages, as they marched their planes in and out of the judges’ arena.
SOLIDWORKS Teacher Blog
3 months ago
Yannick Lammen, a mechanical engineer, and Jan Drennel, an undergraduate student, at the University of Stuttgart in Germany talk to SOLIDWORKS about their work for the SOFIA project. Also find link to video here.
SOLIDWORKS Teacher Blog
4 months ago
“Simple things seem to derive the most pleasure from everyone” – Corporal Willy The very first time we tried doing a 3D carving, we took just two pieces of scrap wood and glued them together.
SOLIDWORKS Teacher Blog
6 months ago
Richard first came up with the idea of constructing a bridge using fettuccine pasta, while pushing a shopping cart alongside his wife, Carmy, at a supermarket. As Carla stopped in the aisle stacked with a variety of pastas, Richard carefully observed the different types of pastas, appreciating the uniformity inside of the packaging. He recalls thinking, “To try and make something like that would be very difficult to say the least.
SOLIDWORKS Teacher Blog
6 months ago
We know him as Corporal Willy – Richard Williams, who is an engineer by passion and has dedicated his life to teaching in STEM education. From creating a bridge with fettuccine pasta and Elmer’s Wood Glue, to building a 9.25 ounces stool out of cardboard that went on to set a new world record that was tested at UNLV’s Labs, Richard makes science fun and exciting for children to pique their interests in engineering, architecture and other technologies. Besides being a SolidWorks instructor at
SOLIDWORKS Teacher Blog
6 months ago
Erin Winick, Founder and CEO of Sci Chic, talked to SOLIDWORKS about her startup business, where she creates and sells 3D printed science and engineering inspired jewelry made of plastics and/or metals. Erin will be graduating this December from the University of Florida with a BS in Mechanical Engineering. She has had 4 internships, namely – Bracken Engineering, Solar Turbines, John Deere and Keysight Technologies. Originally from Tampa, Florida, Erin always enjoyed fashion and science.
SOLIDWORKS Teacher Blog
7 months ago
A mechanical engineer from the University of Missouri of Science and Technology in Rolla Mo, Charlie started learning 3D software designing at the age of 86 years. His university education was interrupted when he spent two years in the Army. He spent the last year of the Korean War in the 984 Engineer Field Maintenance Company. During that time he was a machinist;
SOLIDWORKS Teacher Blog
8 months ago
You have a design project due in a few weeks. How do you explain your ideas to your instructor, classmates, and be successful? SOLIDWORKS can help. You heard about SOLIDWORKS for other students – but how do you start to learn on your own – if you have no time to take a SOLIDWORKS class.
SOLIDWORKS Teacher Blog
8 months ago
My name is Colleen Gallagher and I am an Electrical Engineering Major entering my fourth year at Northeastern University. I am currently an intern on the SOLIDWORKS Education team and I have to say, my favorite part about this job is the 3D printing! This post is all about modeling and 3D printing various versions of an alligator pin using Sindoh’s 3DWOX.
SOLIDWORKS Teacher Blog
11 months ago
With beautiful summer days ahead, it gives me great pleasure to introduce our newest SOLIDWORKS Entrepreneur, Pakayak. Pakayak is a patented high-performance sectional 14-foot sea/touring kayak made of hard plastic just like a traditional kayak so it paddles just the same. It is easy to assemble & disassemble. It is easy to transport by one person.
SOLIDWORKS Teacher Blog
1 year ago
My name is Colleen Gallagher and I am an Electrical Engineering Major entering my fourth year at Northeastern University. This post will discuss three different videos, produced by me, covering how to model and 3D print various items using a Makerbot Replicator. These items include an elephant phone holder, a personalized dog tag and a racecar.
SOLIDWORKS Teacher Blog
1 year ago
Think Like a Girl: Engineering Kits is a subscription service of packages for young girls, ages 6 to 12+, that teach about engineering topics and industries through activities that are marketed towards girls’ interests and taught using proven methods in which girls learn best. The three co-founders, who are mechanical engineering students from South Jersey, launched their Kickstarter last week. Think Like a Girl CEO and Co-Founder, Gabrielle Rochino, never knew any female engineers until she
SOLIDWORKS Teacher Blog
1 year ago
Wir hören heute immer wieder, welche fantastischen Fortschritte Ingenieure im Bereich medizinischer Geräte machen. Von „Iron Man“ Robert Downey Jr., der eine im 3D-Druck erstellte Armprothese spendet, bis zur Vernichtung von Krebszellen durch revolutionäre Protonentherapie gibt es immer wieder neue, beeindruckende Innovationen. Diese Geräte machen Hoffnung auf weitere medizinische Fortschritte. Für Konstrukteure und Ingenieure sind solche Meldungen der Beweis dafür, dass sie mit ihrem Beitrag
SOLIDWORKS DEUTSCH Blog
1 year ago
SOLIDWORKS Education Edition 2016-2017 includes more value than ever before! SOLIDWORKS Education Edition now includes SOLIDWORKS Electrical Professional. It’s easier than ever to teach design, mechatronics, and robotics all in one simple interface. We’ve included SOLIDWORKS Composer and SOLIDWORKS Visualize, world-class documentation and rendering are at your fingertips.
SOLIDWORKS Teacher Blog
1 year ago
The UK’s University School of Engineering Warwick Satellite Team (WUSAT) continues to innovate with their development of a cube-shaped nano satellite, carried into space on a REXUS rocket. This multi-discipline engineering team is using SOLIDWORKS to design and manufacture their product to support atmospheric research to establish a method for discovering Earth-like exoplanets.
SOLIDWORKS Teacher Blog
1 year ago
A new SolidWorks STEM tutorial for the Junior Solar Sprint car has been developed by teacher Pat Haley, Cuda Country. Partners Technology Student Association (TSA) and Army Education Outreach Program (AEOP) bring the JSS model solar car competition to many schools.
SOLIDWORKS Teacher Blog
2 years ago
The 321 Science program creates simple videos about space for your students, videos such as Asteroid Fact vs Fiction. You can find the complete playlist here.
SOLIDWORKS Teacher Blog
3 years ago
Hundreds of educators spent Saturday at the 10th American Society of Engineering Educaiton (ASEE) K12 Teacher workshop in Atlanta Georgia. The ASEE event was sponsored by Dassault Systemes. I was fortunate to present with two great educators, Fred Stillwell and Jeff Rosen from Georgia Tech, Fred and Jeff talked about how they have used SolidWorks in the classroom to teach students from middle school through high school about design, engineering and manufacturing with low cost projects.
SOLIDWORKS Teacher Blog
4 years ago
What kind of toys do little girls play with? Do toys influence decisions on how engineering is perceived by girls as they grow up? When Debbie Sterling looked to buy toys for her friend’s children, there wasn’t much of a selection to explore her engineering passion.
SOLIDWORKS Teacher Blog
4 years ago
I have fun with physics. I have fun with math. Your students can have fun too with this SolidWorks Motion Tutorial from our friends in Cuda Country.
SOLIDWORKS Teacher Blog
4 years ago