Entries for 'SW_EDU'

Engineering Academy Students Use WPDM to Push Full-STEAM Ahead
Dos Pueblos Engineering Academy students push CAD limits to realize projects.
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MySolidWorks for Students—Honing Your Skills Before You Hit the Field
What is the MySolidWorks for Students program and how is it helping to prep the next generation of e...
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European Rover Challenge Seeks the Perfect Martian Rover
The European Rover Challenge prepares young engineers for their future in the space industry in more...
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The Quest for a Perfect Interface
Bentley University graduate program intent on creating a better user experience.
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The Microcontroller Mariners: UBC’s Sailbot Team Takes a New Tack
The University of British Columbia leverages SOLIDWORKS software to develop robust, robotic sailboat...
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Do Robots Need 28 Degrees of Freedom to Rescue the World?
Waseda University’s Kenji Hashimoto explains how his WAREC-1 robot was designed for emergency operat...
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3D-Printed ANGELEGS Give the Miracle of Mobility
Sogang University Professor Kyoungchul Kong has used SOLIDWORKS to create a new exoskeleton technolo...
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Technical Education With Certification
How one Colorado high school program is achieving professional results.
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The Best Hardware for Today's Engineering Students
A review of the best hardware options for today's engineering majors.
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Bike Shares Safer with Disposable Helmet
EcoHelmet is a foldable, recyclable, ecologically conscious safety solution.
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Tennessee Tech Baja SAE: From the Mouse to the Mud Bogs
Using SOLIDWORKS, a team of students has designed an open-wheel vehicle for a Society of Automotive ...
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The Fashionable Side of Science
Sci Chic founder and mechanical engineer Erin Winick uses SOLIDWORKS and 3D printers to express the ...
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CAD Environment Assists the Design of New High-Speed Transportation
SOLIDWORKS CAD software and ANSYS simulations speed up the design process for building a Hyperloop v...
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A Robot That Swims Like a Manta Ray
Engineering student Gabrielle Franzini mimics nature to make an efficient underwater device
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