The last thing anyone working with their design software wants to happen is to have the software stop working in the middle of a project. Unfortunately, that might happen under certain conditions. Over the past few months we’ve had a number of support calls where the customers’ Autodesk design software using the multi user subscription method was no longer available. Upon investigation, the license file had expired in these cases.
Rob Stoklosa, TPM Application Engineer
Learn Mesh and Computational Domain setup Tips and Tricks.
Steve Ostrovsky, TPM Application Engineer
Many users have dabbled with the SolidWorks Mirror Assembly. In this Three Minute Thursday, we’re going to dive a little deeper into how to use this simple wizard-based assembly feature.
6 Reasons Why Engineering Design is the Coolest Job Ever
Tony Glockler, SolidProfessor CEO
When people I meet ask about what we do at SolidProfessor, I explain that we help people build and maintain proficiency in software tools and subject matter in engineering and design. Following that explanation, I generally get a blank look as the person asking thinks about what that means. After a long pause, I typically get something along the lines of “Oh, engineering, so you help people who make cars, planes, bridges, and buildings.”
Vinyl Graphics and Decals are a great way to take advantage of any surface to promote your brand! They can easily be installed on any flat surface including windows, doors, walls, trade shows, vehicles and even garage doors. If you are interested in promoting your business to draw in more customers, be sure to contact the Color Lab who can help you from start to finish! Scroll below to view some of our latest projects with Vinyl Graphics.
Register Now for Our Manufacturing Tech Showcase!
SOLIDWORKS 2019 is right around the corner and we want you to join in on the fun! We have everything you need to know right here and look forward to seeing you at our live events where we will showcase the newest product lines and features that SOLIDWORKS and TPM have to offer you!
This will be a trade show style event with Elite Application Engineers on hand for each SOLIDWORKS product. You will see demonstrations of the products and LEARN how these user-driven enhancements, focused on the below areas, will improve your design-to-manufacture process.
- Performance - Faster large assembly design, rendering and collaboration
- Attention to Detail - Powerful enhancements to create a more complete digital representation of your design
- Smart Manufacturing - New capabilities allowing you to communicate even better with manufacturing
- Design to Manufacture - Go from concept to manufactured parts even faster
- Innovation - Increased productivity when using the latest touch-enabled devices and extended reality tools
Fill out the form on this page to secure your seat at one of our live events!
Luke Woodard, TPM Application Engineer
Join us for today's Three Minute Thursday where we will be sharing a quick start guide to using mold tools within SOLIDWORKS.
Food Trucks have been all the rage for the last few years. We keep seeing them pop up around town and traveling the city looking for their next stop to serve some delicious food out of the side of their trucks. I've noticed personally, that I always gravitate towards the trucks that have eye-catching logos. A lot of times you will see a few different food trucks parked in one location, so with competition that close by, you have to be sure to have a truck that stands out from the rest.
We can't believe how fast the summer flew by, August snuck up on us out of nowhere and all of the kiddos are back in school as of this week! We all know that some students can't wait to get back to school while others could live with summer year around (including me!) To make everyone's first day back at Christ Church Episcopal School enjoyable, The Color Lab helped to decorate the halls and classrooms with lots of fun murals and signage. When you enter the school you first come across this History Timeline that showcases all of CCES's past. You will notice in the photos below that each hall is designed differently depending on the classes, scroll through for a look at all of the fun work and installs done by TPM's Color Lab!
Dan Warren, AEC Application Engineer