RadioBro Takes Flight
Mark and Eric Becnel, founders and owners of RadioBro Corporation, use Solid Edge to build their first model of Mini SatCom for small spacecraft developers.
Leutenegger + Frei
In business for more than 50 years, Leutenegger + Frei develops and manufactures bakery ovens, fermentation stopping plants and multi-frost systems.
Switch to 3D helps manufacturer increase design efficiency by more than 60 percent
Forbes Marshall has tracked a number of tangible benefits as a result of migrating from a 2D drawing methodology to a 3D design process using Solid Edge.
Manufacturer uses Solid Edge and NX CAM to fully leverage 5-axis machining so it can enter the aerospace market
Either Tech specializes in the machining and manufacturing of parts for aerospace, vehicles, video cameras, measuring equipment and various hardware parts.
Meeting India’s energy needs with fast design
Solid Edge helps speed up the design process for super-critical pressure boilers in India designed by L&T MHI Boilers Pvt. Ltd.
Mobile Glassblowing Studios transforms an industry with affordable, accessible furnaces
Mobile Glassblowing Studios uses Solid Edge to reduce lead time, improve product quality, and provide clearer communication.
i3Detroit Maker Space: Jamie Burdeski
i3Detroit uses Solid Edge to enable 2D and 3D design, 3D printing and manufacturing, and cloud-based project collaboration for hobbyists and makers.
i3Detroit Maker Space: Evan Alan
Evan Allen, a lifetime maker and fixer-upper, uses Solid Edge for design to produce cars and car parts, bumper stickers, lighting, windows, and so much more.
i3Detroit Maker Space: John Anderson
John Anderson, a skilled craftsman and engineer, uses Solid Edge software to build gyrocopters and other flying remote control vehicles.
i3Detroit Maker Space: Jim Kemp
Jim Kemp, a Detroit maker by trade, uses Solid Edge to teach his students how to design and produce parts using Solid Edge capabilities for CAM and 3D printing.
Mechanical Engineering Student uses Solid Edge to Help Disabled Children
Mechanical engineer student at Saginaw Valley State University used Solid Edge to create a robotic device that helps disabled children feed themselves.
Students in PACE program use PLM software to design and build a Formula One™ racecar
Solid Edge Students Radically Accelerates the Learning Curve
PKTEC Students in Real-World PLM Environment
PKCET students work in a real-world PLM environment which allows them to be proficient in the use of some of the PLM industry’s most advanced software.
SURTES Team uses Solid Edge to enable collaboration and learning, resulting in a finely tuned car for their Formula Student competition.