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Today student competitions can range from underwater to first reaches of space and everywhere in between. Students in these events get a chance to work with a fantastic range of technologies. A team can be made up students involved with disciplines such as mechanical, electrical, electronic, simulation, software development. Tasks involve activities including logging telemetry data after a test run flight, etc. and performing an FEA run on a structural frame design for a robot or Formula SAE car
SOLIDWORKS Teacher Blog
20 days 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
2 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
Image Credit: HUPSF Computers (2), Harvard University Archives. Tomorrow, Harvard’s School of Engineering and Applied Science will be hosting author Walter Issacson’s in a discussion about his new book The Innovators – How a Group of Hackers, Geniuses, and Geeks Created the Digital Revolution. He will also be leading a panel discussion on women in computing.
SOLIDWORKS Teacher Blog
2 years ago
In business, innovators do. Dartmouth engineering students Shinri and Krystyna met in an engineering design class. These entrepreneurial engineers looked differently at a common problem, developed a new solution, created a product, and formed a company.
SOLIDWORKS Teacher Blog
2 years ago