Neil has been in the CAD industry for over 25 years at companies such as PTC and SolidWorks.
Now at Onshape, Neil is responsible for all product-related marketing collateral and messaging.
He has an in-depth knowledge of the CAD industry, understands the issues that engineering companies face every day and the many pitfalls related to file-based CAD and PDM systems.
The mission of Hirebotics, an industrial robotic systems integrator based in Nashville, Tennessee, is just like the company’s name sounds. Hirebotics makes it possible for factories to hire robots as easily as hiring employees, renting their services by the hour.
One of the biggest benefits of Onshape’s Simultaneous Sheet Metal features is the ability to see the flat pattern update in real time as you make changes to your sheet metal part. But what about creating drawings of that flat pattern? Let’s take a look.
What happens to a kitchen appliance before it reaches the kitchen?
Onshape has had the ability to edit in the context of an assembly for over a year now. This functionality has allowed engineers to no longer worry about their assemblies “blowing up” because of broken file references or even simple movements of the assembly. But I keep hearing one question in regards to Onshape’s Managed In-Context Design tools:
It's May already and we're here again with an exciting new update. We have a lot to cover, so let's dive in.
As anyone experienced with old file-based CAD systems can tell you, adding in-context relationships between the parts of an assembly can drive you nuts.
When engineers start talking about job titles, it always drives me crazy. I think people should be less focused on their title and more focused on what they're really doing. And I'm not saying you should sit in the engine room and be quiet.
Assa Ashuach is founder of Assa Studio, a product design, digital manufacturing and social R&D practice in London, and co-founder of Digital Forming, harnessing the power of mass customisation through 3D printing.
Marcus de Wilde is the Enterprise Lead at Applied Blockchain where he helps corporates to understand blockchain and articulate practical blockchain applications that meet strategic, commercial, and technical needs.
80 percent of manufacturing costs are determined in the first 20 percent of the product design process. Design has the key to take cost and waste out of manufacturing.
Design for Manufacturing Summits bring together product developers, industrial designers, engineers, makers and manufacturers for a more decentralized, leaner manufacturing ecosystem.
Industrial designers, product developers, makers, engineers, manufacturers. Representatives of the following organizations have participated in our semi-annual summits:
New York Investment Fund
McLaren Engineering Group
Fallon Community Health
Charles River Ventures
Brooklyn Custom Metal Fabrication
Parsons School of Design
New York Life
Hutzler Home Products
Panoptic Online Marketing
Gordon Randall Perry Design
Francis Bitonti Studio
Terrapin Bright Green
Dynamo Development Lab
Meridian Design Associates
Maker Faire Africa
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