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Many of our FDM customers are used to working with a program called Catalyst. Catalyst is the included printing software used with the uPrints and Dimension Printers. The next step up is the Fortus Printers, they use a software package called Insight. I wanted to take a few posts to give you some Insight into this fantastic software (pun intended)! Once your printer is installed, the technician will install and setup Insight. If you ever need to reinstall, here are some simple guidelines to get you back up and running. click on the Modeler Configuration Utility. Make sure your Printer model is selected. You will also use this window to select material and support types as well as your slice height for future jobs. If you primarily stick with one material and slice height, your choices will be remembered...
Congratulations to all the 3DVision Technologies customers who were named 2016 Manny Award winners! The Manny Awards are committed to recognizing the manufacturing industry’s greatest accomplishments, and in doing so will honor local companies for their innovation and best practices. 2016 Marks the 10th Anniversary of these awards. Winners of this prestigious award have exemplified accomplishments in areas such as: product innovation, e-business, supply-chain management, employee safety, systems/process innovation, global business, technology transfer and quality control. We are proud to announce we had customers win in multiple categories including: Best Place to Work Richard Industries - The leading provider of a variety of industrial valves for the chemical, petrochemical, pharmaceutical and food processing industries. Other sectors include paper products, tire and rubber, machinery and electrical equipment, transportation equipment and energy industries. Learn More New Job Creation Intelligrated - The leading North American-based, single-source provider of...
Using terminals with SOLIDWORKS Electrical works great when using traditional terminals that take one wire as an input and one wire as an output, possibly with multiple sets of circuits, such as these: But how do you work with bus bars that are just glorified chunks of metal that you will solder, screw, or weld connections to? Take the following circuit Those are individual terminals, as a part of Terminal Block 1. On the right side of the terminal block, because they are “passing” type circuits, the equipotential number is the same as the left, but each terminal mark still gets its own equipotential. So in this picture we have six wires, but three equipotentials. But if TB1 was in actuality a bus bar, we would want 6 wires and only 1 equipotential. I could, of course, open the terminal strip...
When high-quality and cost-effective solutions are required, Airborne Maintenance & Engineering Services (AMES) delivers. Using SOLIDWORKS Professional and SOLIDWORKS Inspection, they provide customers a one-stop total solution for aircraft maintenance, repair, and overhaul. Located in the Wilmington (OH) Air Park, AMES was built on a 35-year airline maintenance legacy. They take pride in understanding what aircraft owners and operators require and deliver on time and on budget. In the highly competitive airline industry, getting quality parts as quickly and cost effective as possible makes the difference between continued success and being left in the competitors after burners. AMES provides heavy maintenance, line maintenance, component repair & overhaul, material services, manufacturing and engineering in Wilmington (ILN) and operates line maintenance stations at the Greater Cincinnati International Airport (CVG), John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK), Logan International Airport (BOS) and Miami International...