Category Archive: SOLIDWORKS 3D CAD

Case Study

Simulation Case Study: Bausch & Lomb

In 2003, Bausch & Lomb management decided to replace the 2D and 3D CAD tools its engineers had previously used with a standard 3D development platform, according to Robert Stupplebeen, biomechanical engineer. “Dealing with advanced optics, our design tools must be able to handle complex, mathematically precise surfaces and geometries,” Stupplebeen explains. “We need toRead the Rest…

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SOLIDWORKS: Communicating Designs

When working with a client it is far easier to communicate your designs with 3D models instead of 2D documentation or static images. In this blog I am going to document how I used SOLIDWORKS to help my client finalize a design. We played around with the size, color, and location of components inside theRead the Rest…

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