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Illinois State Archaeological Survey Captures Intricate Artifacts with Artec 3D Scanner

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by: Lisa Hannon Thursday, September 19, 2019
The Illinois State Archaeological Survey (ISAS) studies the state’s archaeological heritage, helping to protect, preserve and interpret irreplaceable and non-renewable resources to encourage and promote sustainable development. An integral part of ISAS’s mission includes field and laboratory research projects, as w...
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The Top 5 3D CAD Features in SOLIDWORKS 2020

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by: Christa Prokos Wednesday, September 18, 2019
To help you get acquainted with what’s new in the launch of SOLIDWORKS 2020, we’ve highlighted the top 5 new features in 3D CAD. You can learn even more at one of our SOLIDWORKS 2020 Design to Manufacturing events. Along with showing you all of the top new features and enhancements in SOLIDWORKS 2020, we’ll have ...
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The Ultimate Guide to SQL Backups

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by: Lindsay Early Tuesday, September 17, 2019
SOLIDWORKS PDM leverages Microsoft SQL Server for its database back end to satisfy its need for a relational data store.  There are countless numbers of IT professionals that dedicate themselves to developing, administering, and architecting solutions for Microsoft SQL Server.  Of these professionals, one common role...
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Electronic Fit, Function, and Validation: Design to Manufacturing Series (Part 7)

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by: Mark Talbott Thursday, September 12, 2019
Spring cleaning has come and gone, yet the clutter persists.  In the act of redeeming a missed opportunity for bettering our work environment, the Application Engineering team at Fisher Unitech has sprung into action to create some elbow room, while hard at work servicing manufacturing.  An all-in-one wireless chargi...
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Meet The Iron Angels: The First All-Female BUILD Moto Team

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by: Corrine Wolff Monday, September 9, 2019
For the last two seasons, I have been a volunteer business mentor for The Iron Angels, the first all-female team in BUILD, a non-profit organization that I am very passionate about. BUILD Moto challenges high school teams to work with mentors to turn a vintage motorcycle into a qualified race bike in just six months. T...
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F120 3D Printer Makes Industrial 3D Printing Affordable

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by: Dan Erickson Thursday, September 5, 2019
With the release of the Stratasys F120, Stratasys continues its trend of offering more affordable 3D printing options for specialized markets. The F120 is an easy-to-use industrial-grade 3D printer in an office-friendly size. Combining the speed and efficiency of the F123-Series with larger material canisters allows gr...
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Get up to Speed with 3DEXPERIENCE

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by: Angelle Erickson Wednesday, August 28, 2019
With so many stakeholders involved in the design process, it can be difficult for designers to safely share their data and communicate efficiently with other members of their company, especially when non-designers need or want input. The release of the 3DEXPERIENCE platform solves these problems by consolidating all of...
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Back to 3D Printing Basics | A Tip from a Tech

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by: Ryan Carpe Monday, August 26, 2019
Let’s talk about acronyms. We see these a lot in the 3D printing world (e.g., FDM, SLS, and SLA). One acronym that specifically stands out to me is B2B. Not Business to Business, but Back to Basics. As a field technician, whenever I start a new case or am stumped on a problem I always go back to the basics.  When...
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The Transporter Project: Design to Manufacturing Series (Part 6)

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by: David Janicki Thursday, August 22, 2019
Early on in our Design to Manufacturing series, we revealed some design concepts for our headset/cellphone stand that our Application Engineers were working on. The seven designs up for consideration were designed around portability and adjustability yet were creative and functional. We were able to narrow the final de...
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WEATHER GUARD® Takes DriveWorks 3D Configurator to New Heights — Expediting Distributor Referrals to Drive Revenue

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by: Christa Prokos Tuesday, August 20, 2019
WEATHER GUARD, a WernerCo brand, is an industry leader in truck and van storage equipment, including truck boxes, drawer units, shelving, cabinets, and racks for trucks, vans and utility vehicles. WEATHER GUARD organizes trucks and vans for greater productivity and provides tools and valuables superior protection again...
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Is it Time to Give Your SOLIDWORKS Skills a Tune-Up?

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by: Rodney Harper Monday, August 19, 2019
Are you confident with your SOLIDWORKS skillset? Or could you or your team's productivity be kicked up a notch or two? There’s a new SOLIDWORKS training course designed to improve your existing CAD knowledge by exposing you to new tools, methods, and functions that will speed up your design process and boost your kno...
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How to Relocate SOLIDWORKS PDM to a New Server

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by: Lindsay Early Tuesday, August 13, 2019
Having to move SOLIDWORKS PDM to a new server is something that will probably come up at some point. It’s especially poignant now that several server operating systems are becoming unsupported. Since SOLIDWORKS PDM uses server names for all of its connections, those names will need to be updated on the Archive, Datab...
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