Safety Tips For Designing Medical Device Products

Medical device developers are some of the most heavily regulated companies in the U.S. When people’s health and safety are at risk, there are many standards that need to be implemented to ensure the well being of its customers. Here is a great article published in Machine Design on how to design medical device products… Read more »

How AR Is Changing The Manufacturing Industry

  The Augmented Reality market (or AR as it is most commonly known as) is expected to rise to $198.17 billion in value by 2021. Many consumer-based industries, such as gaming and consumer electronics, have embraced this technology and more recently, some manufacturing companies have started implementing it as part of their day-to-day operations.  At… Read more »

SoloPoint Customer Leads The Drone Revolution

UAV startup Matternet has partnered with industry giants to spearhead the automation of package delivery for medical and consumer purposes. Industry giants in the world of automotive, aerospace and shipping are partnering with the Menlo Park-based startup, Matternet, to develop autonomous aerial drones used for delivering packages in urban environments. Among the stakeholders are UPS,… Read more »

Plastic, Metals and More… The Future of 3D Printing

Here’s a great article written by manufacturing technology writer Rob Spiegel for DesignNews.com on what’s next for 3D Printing:   The hype is finally beginning to dissipate when it comes to the promises of 3D printing and additive manufacturing. Ok, we get it now — 3D printing can’t actually “manufacture anything.” Practicality is becoming the… Read more »

We’re Predicting It: 2019 Engineering Employment Trends

  As 2018 closes with one of the highest growth in labor participation, we look towards the possible employments trends that are coming in 2019, particularly those that will affect the job prospects of engineering talents: 1. Engineering hiring projected to grow up to 2026 On October 2017, the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) released… Read more »

Manufacturing Workforce Issue: 2.4 Million Jobs Expected To Stay Unfilled

In Part 1 of our Manufacturing Workforce spotlight, we highlight the main issue that’s causing the workforce shortage in manufacturing: The pending retirement of Baby Boomers and the disinterest among Millennials to pursue careers in manufacturing.  In Part 2 of this series, Technology Review highlights the other issues that are causing the decrease in hiring… Read more »

Manufacturing Workforce Issue: Boomers Leaving, Millennials Uninterested

October 5, 2018 was Manufacturing Day — a day started by the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) to inspire the younger generation to pursue careers in manufacturing. During this day, 3,000 manufacturers opened their facilities to students of all school ages. These Manufacturing Day “open houses” are conducted in hopes of addressing the upcoming workforce… Read more »

2019 SolidWorks Newest Features

Image by Dassault Systemes | SolidWorks 2019 Last September 12, 2018, Dassault Systemes released the much-anticipated SolidWorks 2019. Engineering.com, a great website that covers news and topics related to all engineering disciplines, talked with SolidWorks’ R&D Vice President, Manish Kumar, about the improvements and newest features of SolidWorks 2019: Large Assembly Improvements Image by Dassault… Read more »