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  1. THOMASNET.com is connected to thousands of job shop owners across North America, and we often hear their insights on what they think puts shops on the path to failure. Take a read on this free eBook, and see if you agree with what we’ve found. Request Free! View the full article
  2. Evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of each prototyping method to assess which process is right for your project with this resource from Decatur Mold. After utilizing the resource, you can work to minimize project risks, cut down timelines, and fine-tune concepts. Inside the eBook, Rapid Prototyping 101: Master Basic Prototyping Concepts, learn: The five main technical prototyping methodologies: stereolithography, selective laser sintering, polyjet 3D printing, fused deposition modeling, and direct metal laser sintering Part size, accuracy, and project specifics of each prototyping method The different mold classes with descriptions and ideal cycle size Download the eBook and see which prototyping technique is ideal for your material, capacity, and cycle size. Request Free! View the full article
  3. Engineers with shrinking development cycles know that the time and cost of physical prototypes are not feasible anymore. Unfortunately, computer-aided engineering (CAE) tools, like simulation, have bottlenecks that can grind development to a halt. In this 23-page white-paper you will learn: Results from a simulation challenges survey How top performers overcome simulation challenges CAE guidance and best practices Request Free! View the full article
  4. Military & Aerospace Electronics editorial covers topics such as Navigation/Guidance, Avionics, Missile Systems, Communication Systems, Electronic Warfare, Simulation/Training Systems, Unmanned Vehicles, Nanotechnology, Biometrics, Homeland Security, Shipboard Electronics, Reconnaissance Equipment and other relevant topics to military professionals in organizations such as the Department of Defense (DOD), NASA, FAA, CIA, FBI, NSA, Defense Contractors, Prime Contractors, Subcontractors/Integrators, Electronics Manufacturers, Defense Systems Vendors, and R&D, among others. Request Free! View the full article
  5. HDS was named a Challenger in Gartner's most recent Magic Quadrant for Solid-State Arrays. Vendors in the Challengers quadrant participate in the SSA market and execute well enough to be a serious threat to vendors in the Leaders quadrant. They have strong products, as well as sufficient credible market position and resources to sustain continued growth. Financial viability is not an issue for vendors in the Challengers quadrant, but they lack the size and influence of vendors in the Leaders quadrant*. By 2020, SSA purchases by revenue will be approximately 50% of the external controller-based storage array market*. HDS leads the way with the most industry patents. Read the full Gartner report for an assessment of Hitachi Data Systems and insight on our Virtual Storage Platform (VSP) F series and Hitachi Flash Storage (HFS). * Gartner Magic Quadrant for Solid-State Arrays (SSA), August 2016 Request Free! View the full article
  6. An astounding 130 miles of wiring go into every new Boeing 747-8 Freighter. For Boeing, that translates to thousands of miles of wiring—and tens of thousands of hours of work every year. Now equipped with smart glasses powered with Skylight, Boeing cut production time for harness assembly by 25% and drove down errors to virtually zero. Read more in this fascinating case study. Request Free! View the full article
  7. Making today’s business processes faster, higher-quality, and safer have clear benefits, but that’s just the start. Wearable tech empowers the hands-on workforce—and when combined with Industrial Internet of Things—it has the potential to transform areas of industrial businesses that haven’t significantly changed in decades. Learn more in this comprehensive report. Request Free! View the full article
  8. Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. These are at the heart of any technology occupation. Which should you prepare for? And while they are all related, they also differ significantly from one another, both in the employment expectations and in educational requirements. Add to that the fact that not all STEM jobs pay the same or have the same promise of stability. Which one should you pursue? These infographics tell you what you need to know to make a useful career decision. Starting a new career? These infographics give you the information that will point you in the right direction, letting you match your career goals with realistic career expectations. The infographics provide you with the important statistics and evaluation. They cover: Growth rate between 2017 and 2027 Break outs of specific technological occupations (Research Scientist vs Computer Programmer) Provide expected median pay by occupation Provides top rankings in employment, pay, and locations Download the infographics and get a clearer look at your future. Request Free! View the full article
  9. Emphasis on various applications where gas turbines and related turbomachinery are used worldwide. Coverage includes the maintenance, overhaul and repair of gas turbines, steam turbines, compressors and all rotating equipment and turbomachinery. Request Free! View the full article
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  11. You’ve probably heard of 3D printing. It was supposed to be the new “Industrial Revolution.” People would be able to fabricate anything in their own homes! An upgrade for your car could be printed in a matter of minutes. It hasn’t taken over the world just yet, but I’m here to talk you through everything you need to know to get started. Request Free! View the full article
  12. Medical device manufacturers are responding in two ways, by: Justifying product price points by carefully documenting their value in improving patient outcomes. Reducing costs throughout their operations by rethinking how they sell and market their products, outsourcing operations, and implementing lean manufacturing principles. This white paper details how enterprise software enables medical device manufacturers to more successfully implement these price justifications and cost cutting initiatives. Request Free! View the full article
  13. When he co-founded Cosine Additive Inc. to design a 3D printer that could be economically competitive with traditional manufacturing methods, CTO Andrew McCalip had one design platform in mind. “I’ve always preferred SOLIDWORKS® because it’s the most modern package and supports an intuitive, common-sense approach to design,” he says. Learn more. Read the case study. Request Free! View the full article
  14. The development of advanced electrical systems, such as industrial robotic arms, requires the proper CAD tools. For this reason, Applied Robotics, Inc. switched from its previous CAD platform to SOLIDWORKS. Applied Robotics has since leveraged the software suite to assist partners in creating the latest automation technologies to address complex automation requirements. In this three-page case study you will learn how SOLIDWORKS can be used to: Improve electrical schematics Improve the ability to recruit trained designers Create more cost-effective electrical schematics Enable the assembly of systems Request Free! View the full article
  15. In the world of injection molding and plastics engineering, the proper expertise is essential. Robert Elwell launched PROCAD TECHNOLOGIES as a means of providing that expertise. Without advanced CAD tools such as SOLIDWORKS Simulation Premium, PROCAD would be unable to help clients attack problems related to mold-tooling, speed up tooling cycles or streamline production. In this three-page case study, you will learn how SOLIDWORKS can be used to: Improve cycle times up to 50 percent Solve common injection molding problems such as ashing, warping and breakage Lengthen the functional life of injection molds Enhance the quality and durability of parts Request Free! View the full article

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