Here is a great description of Inspire in the German language :K CAD CAM Blog http://cadcam-blog.k-magazin.de/?p=6571 or as my colleague in Stuttgart said “Hier eine schöne kompakte Beschreibung von Inspire in der :K CAD CAM Blog”.
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There were plenty of smiling faces at the morning and afternoon Inspire classes in Huntsville, AL today, and not just our own Nandeesh Madapadi. Why so happy? It takes just 4 hours of training to get design engineers ready to use Inspire on their own projects.
This week the team is at the European ATC in Turin, Italy. They have been printing parts designed with Inspire on a MakerBot Replicator 2 in addition to demonstrating the capabilities of Evolve to the delegates.
Matthieu Pupat (who does a great job supporting our Inspire customers in Europe) and Nick Johnson (from our UK partner Cadsoft Solutions) are setting up for DEVELOP3Dlive at Warwick University. It is going to be a full house tomorrow.
Tony Gray guides Inspire users with some best practices for setting up their models. If you’re not sure why loads in Inspire should generally be applied to non-design regions then you’ll definitely want to watch this.
Tomorrow the IDSA District Design Conferences kick-off in Raleigh, NC. Look out for the solidThinking team in Cleveland, OH (12-13), Long Beach, CA (12-13) and Hartford, CT (19-20).
Of course we love F1 at solidThinking! It is all about beautiful functional designs, just like Evolve, and efficient lightweight engineering, like Inspire. This is a fun video showing the evolution of F1 car designs over the past 50+ years.
When used together, 3D printing and Inspire can deliver parts with minimum mass and save money on raw materials. Here’s a link to a DesignWorld article about that convergence Software helps you design for 3D printing manufacturability
This month, solidThinking Inspire users will get an in-depth look at how to best benefit from the software’s sketch tools and Boolean operations. The team’s Nandeesh Madapadi provides insight on how to split a single part into design and non-design regions for concept design generation.
Click on the video below to see this tricks in action.