Does an engineer share workloads or work concurrently in a team? My observation is that most engineers are PART of teams, but don’t necessarily WORK in teams. By nature, an engineer is trained to be a highly effective innovator who first works with tools on his own, challenging complex issues and then when done, gets feedback from team members which he/she then inserts into his/her concepts or designs. The process is still very sequential at many companies out there and most of the engineers I
SOLIDWORKS Blog
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Going to the dentist can be an excruciating experience. The mere thought of it makes me cringe. However, I also find the visits incredibly eye-opening. Sitting in the dentist’s chair gives me an inside look into the new innovations in dental technology, such as 3D printing for making crowns and diode lasers for dental cavity detection.
SOLIDWORKS Blog
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Though you may be happy about the warm weather that the Spring season brings, you probably feel differently about your frozen foods. As you’re opening a package with your favorite frozen pizza or ice cream, do you ever wonder how it’s made or how it gets from the production line your plate? How do major food distributors freeze their foods to serve thousands of people daily? They rely on companies such as Cryogenic Equipment Services, who provides retailers, food distributors and food producers
SOLIDWORKS Blog
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